(a)In general. Each carrier must publish as a separate tariff publication under its FERC Tariff numbering system, a complete index of all effective tariffs to which it is a party, either as initial, intermediate, or delivering carrier. The index must be arranged in sections as indicated in paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) of this section and must show as to each tariff:
(1) The FERC Tariff number;
(2) The full name of the issuing carrier or agent;
(3) The type of tariff or description of the traffic to which it applies, including origin and destination points; and
(4) Whether the tariff contains rates for transportation by mode other than pipeline.
(b)The first section. The first section of a tariff index must contain a list of all tariffs in which the carrier is an initial carrier. The list must be arranged alphabetically and organized within the following categories, in order:
(1) Specific commodity tariffs;
(2) General commodity tariffs; and
(3) Miscellaneous tariffs, such as rules and services.
(c)The second section. The second section of a tariff index must contain a list of all tariffs in which the carrier is a delivering carrier, arranged in the manner described in the first section of the tariff index. This section must also include those tariffs in which the carrier is an intermediate carrier.
(d)The third section. The third section of a tariff index must contain a complete list of the FERC Tariff numbers of the carrier's own effective tariffs arranged in numerical order.
(e)Supplements. The index must be kept current by supplements numbered consecutively. The supplements may be issued quarterly. At a minimum, the index must be reissued every four years.
(f)Title page. The title page of each index and supplement must contain the issue date.
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