R8-52 MONTHLY FUEL REPORT
(a) On or before the 15th day of each month, each electric public utility which uses fossil and/or nuclear fuel in the generation of electric power for providing North Carolina retail electric service shall file a Fuel Report for the second preceding month (i.e., up to 45 days after the end of the month being reported) for review by the Commission, the Public Staff, and any other interested party. The Monthly Fuel Report shall be filed in such formats as shall from time to time be approved by the Commission, and shall include the following information:
(1) Details of power plant performance and generation;
(2) Details of cost of fuel burned;
(3) Details of cost of fuel transportation;
(4) Details of fuel consumption and inventories;
(5) Analysis of fossil fuel purchases;
(6) Details of cost and inventories of ammonia, limestone, urea, dibasic acid, sorbents, and catalysts consumed in reducing or treating emissions;
(7) Details of transactions for purchases, sales, and interchanges of power, including (i) total delivered noncapacity related costs of purchases that are subject to economic dispatch or economic curtailment and (ii) capacity costs associated with purchases from qualifying cogeneration facilities and qualifying small power production facilities, as defined in 16 U.S.C. 796, that are subject to economic dispatch;
(8) Details of the total delivered costs of purchases of power from renewable energy facilities and new renewable energy facilities pursuant to G.S. 62‑133.8 and costs incurred to comply with any federal mandate that is similar to subsections (b), (d), (e), and (f) of G.S. 62‑133.8;
(9) Details of the fuel cost component of other purchased power;
(10) Details of net gains or losses resulting from sales of fuel or other fuel-related costs components as defined in G.S. 62‑133.2(a1);
(11) Details of net gains or losses resulting from sales of by-products produced in the generation process to the extent the costs of the inputs leading to that by-product are costs of fuel or fuel‑related costs as defined in G.S. 62‑133.2(a1); and
(12) Details of costs incurred to comply with the Swine Farm Methane Capture Pilot Program established in Section 4 of S.L. 2007-523.
Subdivisions (6) and (7)(ii) of this subsection do not apply to the Monthly Fuel Report of an electric public utility that is subject to G.S. 62‑133.2(a3).
(b) Each electric public utility which uses fossil and/or nuclear fuel in the generation of electric power shall file a Fuel Procurement Practices Report for review by the Commission at least once every ten (10) years, plus each time the utility's fuel procurement practices change. The Fuel Procurement Practices Report shall detail:
(1) The process and/or methodology the utility uses to determine its fuel and fuel-related needs;
(2) The process the utility uses to determine from which vendor it shall buy fuel and fuel-related inventories; and
(3) The inventory management practices the utility follows to maintain its fuel and fuel-related inventories.
(NCUC Docket No. E-100, Sub 47, 5/1/84; (NCUC Docket No. E-100, Sub 113, 2/29/08, NCUC Docket No. E-100, Sub 113, 3/13/08.)