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MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardTariff No. 1 CancelsMWG Gas Tariffand IIGE Tariff No. 1Original Title SheetMIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGAS TARIFF NO. 1FILED WITH THEIOWA STATE UTILITIES BOARDThis tariff cancels the entire schedules formerly designated as:Midwest Gas, a division of Midwest Power Systems Inc.Gas TariffandIowa-Illinois Gas and Electric CompanyGas Tariff No. 1Issued: November 9, 1995Issued by: James J. HowardVice President, Gas Administrative ServicesEffective: December 15, 1995

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board9th Revised Sheet No. iCanceling Substitute 8th Revised Sheet No. iTABLE OF CONTENTSSheetNumbersTitle SheetTable of ContentsIntroductory StatementList of Communities ServedReserved for Future Usei thru iiiiiiv thru viiiix thru xSystem MapxiGas PoliciesIndexSection I - Customer Support PoliciesSection II - GeneralSection III – Extensive Plant Additions, DistributionMain Extensions, and Service LinesSection IV - Changes to Existing FacilitiesAll Pricing ZonesRider CIC – Capital Investment ChargeOptional Open Season ServiceProducers of Renewable Gas Transportation ServiceClause TERM – Tax Expense Revision Mechanismi thru ii1 thru 23b24 thru 3233 thru 3839 thru 40A-1B-1 thru B-5B-6 thru B-8B-9 thru B-13WEST SYSTEMIndexW-i thru W-iiAdjustment ClausesW-1 thru W-7gRate SchedulesTariff Book Rate CodesW-8Firm:Small Volume Firm (SVF)Medium Volume Firm (MVF)Large Volume Firm (LVF)W-9W-10W-11Issued: November 28, 2018Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: December 31, 2018T

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 9th Revised Sheet No. iiCanceling 8th Revised Sheet No. iiTABLE OF CONTENTS (Con’t)SheetNumbersWEST SYSTEM (Con't)Interruptible:Interruptible (INT)Reserved for Future UseW-12 thru W-13aW-13bOther Services:Reserved For Future UseSeasonal General Service (SGS)Reserved for Future UseReserved for Future UseReserved for Future UseW-14W-15W-16 thru W-27W-28 thru W-30W-31 thru W-32Gas Transportation:Title PageIntroductory StatementIndexTransportation ServicesWT-iWT-iiWT-iii thru WT-viWT-1 thru WT-66EAST SYSTEMIndexE-iRates SchedulesNo.6070879095Firm:Residence Gas ServiceGeneral ServiceSeasonal General ServiceReserved for Future UseLarge General ServiceE-1E-2 thru E-3E-4 thru E-5E-6E-7 thru E-9Gas Transportation:Competitive Pricing ServiceReserved for Future UseE-10 thru E-11E-12 thru E-15RidersIssued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselE-16 thru E-48Effective: October 20, 2019TT

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardOriginal Issue Sheet No. iiiINTRODUCTORY STATEMENTMIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYThe Company provides natural gas sales in over 275 communities in Iowa and elsewhere.Issued: November 9, 1995Issued by: James J. HowardVice President, Gas Administrative ServicesEffective: December 15, 1995

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board3rd Revised Sheet No. ivCanceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. ivListed below are the communities (in whole or part) to which this schedule is nitiesZone**Adair CountyWBlue GrassETAdelWBondurantWTAftonWBoone nWTAllemanWBremer CountyWTAllisonWBristowWTAltoonaWBuchanan CountyWTAlvordWBuena Vista utler CountyWTArthurWTAtalissaECalhoun on CountyWCarlisleWTAureliaWCarsonWTAvocaWCass CountyWTCedar CountyETBadgerECedar RapidsETBagleyWCharles CityWTBarnes CityWCherokee CountyWTBattle CreekWChickasaw CountyWTBayardWClarionWTBeaconWClarksvilleWTBenton CountyECleghornWTBertramEClinton CountyETBettendorfECliveWTBlack Hawk CountyWColfaxWT**Pricing Zone: East System (E)West System (W)Issued: August 19, 2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselTEffective: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardCommunitiesCoralvilleCummingCylinder2nd Revised Sheet No. vCanceling 1st Revised Sheet No. vPricingZone**EWWDakota CityDallas CenterDallas CountyDanburyDavenportDefianceDenverDes MoinesDe SotoDeWittDexterDonnellsonDoonDubuque EWWWEWEWWEEagle GroveEarlhamEarlingEarlyEddyvilleEldridgeElk HornElk Run HeightsElkhartWWWWEEWWW**Pricing Zone: East System (E)CommunitiesElliottElyEmersonEmmet axFarragutFentonFloydFloyd CountyFort DodgeFort MadisonFranklin CountyFremontFremont eGrimesGriswoldGuthrie CountyWWWWWWWHamiltonHamptonHancockHarrison CountyHartfordHarveyWWWWWWWest System (W)Issued: August 19,2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General ive: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities nHolsteinHospersHudsonHullHumboldtHumboldt County2nd Revised Sheet No. viCanceling 1st Revised Sheet No. viPricingZone**EWEEWWWWWWWIda CountyIda GroveIndependenceIndianolaInwoodIowa CityIrwinWWWWWEWJackson CountyJamaicaJanesvilleJasper CountyJesupJohnson CountyJohnstonEWWWWEWKeokuk CountyKeomah VillageKimballtonKingsleyKossuth CountyEWWWW**Pricing Zone: East System (E)PricingZone**WWWWWEWWWEWWWEWWWCommunitiesLake CityLarrabeeLatimerLawtonLe MarsLeclaireLee CountyLeightonLindenLinn CountyLoganLohrvilleLone RockLong GroveLoviliaLyon CountyLyttonMacedoniaMadison CountyMahaska CountyMalvernMansonMapletonMarcusMarionMarion Mills CountyMiloWest System (W)Issued: August 19, 2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General TTTTTTTTTTTEffective: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardCommunitiesMinburnMindenMingoMissouri ValleyMitchellvilleMonona CountyMonroeMonroe CountyMontgomery CountyMoorlandMovilleMuscatine County3rd Revised Sheet No. viiCanceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. viiPricingZone**WWWWWWWWWEWENashuaNeolaNew HartfordNew SharonNewellNorth LibertyNorwalkWWWWWEWOaklandO’Brien fic JunctionPage CountyPalo Alto CountyPanoraPanorama ParkWWWWE**Pricing Zone: East System sant HillPleasantvillePlymouth CountyPolk CityPolk CountyPort NealPortsmouthPottawattamie CountyPrairie CityPrincetonRaymondRed OakRedfieldRingstedRiverdaleRiversideRobinsRock ValleyRockwellRockwell CityRunnellsRuthvenWWWWEEEWWWWWSac CountySaint CharlesSaint MarysSalixSchallerWWWWWWest System (W)Issued: August 19, 2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTEffective: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardCommunitiesScott CountySergeant BluffSheffieldShelbyShelby CountySheldonShell RockShenandoahShueyvilleSilver CitySioux CitySioux CountySloanSolonSpring HillStantonStuartSutherlandSwisher1st Revised Sheet No. viiiCanceling Original Issue Sheet No. norWEWUnderwoodUnion CountyUniversity HeightsUniversity ParkUrbandaleWWEWWVan MeterW**Pricing Zone: East System (E)CommunitiesWalcottWalnutWapello CountyWarren CountyWashington CountyWaterlooWaukeeWaverlyWebster CountyWesleyWest Des MoinesWest LibertyWest PointWhitingWiltonWindsor HeightsWintersetWoodbury CountyWright CountyYaleWest System (W)Issued: August 19, 2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTEffective: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board1st Revised Sheet No. ixCanceling Original Issue Sheet No. ixRESERVED FOR FUTURE USEIssued: August 19, 2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselTTEffective: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board1st Revised Sheet No. xCanceling Original Issue Sheet No. xRESERVED FOR FUTURE USEIssued: August 19, 2016Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselTTEffective: September 19, 2016

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardOriginal Issue Sheet No. xiL LIssued: April 22, 2005Issued by: James J. HowardVice PresidentEffective: May 27, 2005

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board9th Revised Sheet No. iCanceling 8th Revised Sheet No. iINDEX - GAS POLICIESSheetNumbersSection 1 - Customer Support PoliciesIndexApplication for ServiceTurn On of ServiceDeposits and Other Forms of Credit AssuranceRequested Turn Off of ServiceBilling For ServicePreferred Due DatePayment for ServiceBudget BillingBilling Adjustments (Due to Fast or Slow Meter)Billing Adjustments (Wastage)Billing Adjustments (Other)Disputed BillsCustomer ComplaintsMeter TestsReferee TestsDiversion of ServiceLate Payment ChargesRefusal or Disconnection of ServiceReconnection of ServiceDisconnection for Delinquent BillsWhen Refusal or Disconnection of Service is ProhibitedWhen Disconnection Will Be DelayedPayment Agreement (PA)Returned PaymentsResearch for CustomerSample Billing Form:West SystemReserved for Future UseEast SystemIssued: November 28, 2018Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General Counseli thru ii123 thru 456778 thru 8b99101112131314151616a17 thru 17a18 thru 18.101920 thru 20a212122 thru 22b22c23 thru 23bEffective: December 31, 2018TTT

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 3rd Revised Sheet No. iiCanceling 2nd Revised Sheet No. iiINDEX - GAS POLICIES (Cont.)SheetNumbersSection 2 - GeneralCharacteristics and Measurement of Natural GasMetering FacilitiesCompressed Natural Gas (CNG)Facilities Provided by the CompanyProtection of Company FacilitiesIrregularities and Interruption of ServiceInterruption or CurtailmentInspectionsCustomer-Owned EquipmentCustomer-Owned Service Piping and Underground Facilities24 thru 2526 thru 26b26b272829 thru 3030 thru 30a313232Section 3 – Extensive Plant Additions, Distribution Main Extensions, and ServiceLinesGeneralExtensive Plant Additions and Distribution Main ExtensionsService LinesReserved for Future UsePayments for Extensive Plant Additions, Distribution MainExtensions, and Service LinesRefunds of Advances33 thru 33c34 thru 34a3535a thru 35b36 thru 37a38Section 4 - Changes to Existing FacilitiesRelocation of Company FacilitiesExcess Flow Valves for Existing Service LinesEnlargement of Company FacilitiesIssued: May 5, 2017Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General Counsel393940Effective: June 5, 2017N

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 2nd Revised Sheet No. 1Canceling First Revised Sheet No. 1SECTION 1- CUSTOMER SUPPORT POLICIESApplication for ServiceHow to ApplyApplications for service may be taken by phone. by mail. in person.What toProvideAll new customers for service must provide information for a service application. may be required to provide proof of identity. may be required to provide proof of occupancy if the newcustomer proposes to reside in the premises.OutstandingDebtIf, after a review of Company records, an outstanding debt is found inthe customer's name, the customer must pay the outstanding debt. may be required to provide a deposit or other form of creditassurance.The Company will consider at least a six (6)-month paymentagreement for the outstanding debt.Refusal ofServiceThe Company may refuse to provide service to a customer underconditions specified in subsection "Refusal or Disconnection ofService" of this tariff.Minimum RateTermRates are normally established based on twelve (12) months'application.Customers, having selected a rate adapted to the Customer'srequirements, may not change to another rate within a twelve (12)month period unless: The character or conditions of the Customer's requirementschange substantially and permanently, or A substantial change affecting the Customer's service is madein the Company's rate schedule.Issued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: October 20, 2019TTT

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board5th Revised Sheet No. 2Canceling Fourth Revised Sheet No. 2Turn On of ServiceNoticeCharge forTurn Onof ServiceThe Company will use its best efforts to turn on service during normalworking hours on the day requested by the customer providing thecustomer has given adequate notice.If turned on . . .West SystemEast Systemduring normal working hours no chargeno chargeoutside normal working hours 48.75 after hours 48.75 after hours 65.00 Sun./Hol. 65.00 Sun./Hol.Gas Service On If the gas service is on when a customer moves into a premise, thecustomer must call the Company to initiate service in the customer’sname and, if the customer chooses, for the Company to take a newmeter reading for billing purposes.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MidAmerican has been granted atemporary waiver of rule 199 IAC 19.3(7) and 19.3(8). UntilJune 30, 2021, the Company is not required to perform actual meterreadings if doing so would require the Company’s technicians to enterthe customer’s home or business. The Company will utilize other meansto obtain actual readings if possible, including requesting that customerscall in their readings. If estimated billing is utilized, customers have aright to dispute estimated bills.Access toPremisesThe customer requesting turn on of service is responsible forproviding access to the premises.Issued: November 5, 2020Issued by: Timothy J. WhippleVice President, General CounselEffective: December 5, 2020NNNNNNNN

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 1st Revised Sheet No. 3Canceling Original Issue Sheet No. 3Deposits and Other Forms of Credit AssuranceRequirementsThe Company may request credit assurance from any current orprospective customer.Between April 1 and October 31, the Company may refuse ordisconnect service with appropriate notice if the customer fails toprovide credit assurance.Deposit andCreditAssuranceTypesTypes of credit assurance include: security deposit (cash, check, or money order) surety bond bank letter of credit third-party guarantee other assurance found acceptable by a Companyrepresentative.AmountThe amount of deposit or credit assurance will be based on one (1) ofthe following:T the highest one (1)-month bill in the prior twelve (12)-monthperiod at the premises to be served.T the highest one (1) month's projected use as determined bythe Company.TBankruptcyThe amount and terms of deposit or credit assurance for a customerwho files bankruptcy will be in accordance with Federal law (11 USCode, Section 366).Receipt ofDepositAny person who pays a security deposit will be given an opportunity tochoose "account credit" or "check" for deposit refunds and will begiven a receipt of deposit.A record of the deposit and depositor will be kept on file by theCompany.Issued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: October 20, 2019

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 1st Revised Sheet No. 4Canceling Original Issue Sheet No. 4Deposits and Other Forms of Credit Assurance, ContinuedTransfer toNew PremisesIf a customer transfers service to a new premises: the customer's existing deposit or other form of creditassurance will be transferred to the new account. the amount of deposit or other credit assurance required at thenew premises will be determined and any additional amount required will be requested or any excess credit amount will be refunded.ReviewDeposits and other credit assurances will be reviewed twelve (12)months from the date first taken and annually thereafter in accordancewith Section 19.4(2) and (6) of the Iowa Administrative Code.RefundsApplicationDeposits and other credit assurance will be refunded when thecustomer has a record of twelve (12) consecutive months of promptpayment (which may be eleven timely payments and one (1) automaticforgiveness of late payment).TTTRefunds of security deposits plus interest in accordance with Section19.4(3) of the Iowa Administrative Code will be applied as follows:Ifcustomer/depositor requestsrefund checkcustomer/depositor does notrequest refund checkcustomer discontinues serviceThenrefund via check to depositor.apply refund to customer's billapply refund to final bill and issuecheck to depositor for any balance.customer discontinues service at transfer refund to customer's newone (1) premises and establishes account.service at new premisesIssued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: October 20, 2019T

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board4th Revised Sheet No. 5Canceling Substitute 3rd Revised Sheet No. 5Requested Turn Off ServiceNoticeCharge ForTurn Off ofServiceThe Company will use its best efforts to turn off service during normalworking hours on the day requested by the customer if the customerhas given the Company at least two (2) working days' notice.If turned off . . .West SystemEast Systemduring normal working hours no chargeno chargeoutside normal working hours 48.75 after hours 48.75 after hours 65.00 Sun./Hol. 65.00 Sun./Hol.SpecialContractA customer who is provided service under a special contract is requiredto comply with the contract regarding turn off of service.Final ReadingFor same day transfers, a turn-off meter reading obtained at the end ofservice for one (1) account will be used for the beginning of service forthe subsequent account.At times the Company may take a final reading at the end of service ofa residential account but leave the gas service on temporarily even incases where no person has requested service at that premise for thatdate. A customer will be informed by the Company if this procedure willbe followed and door hangers will be left at the premise at the time ofthe final read to inform both the current and future customer that the gasservice remains on.Where a service gap exists, a turn-off meter reading obtained at the endof service for one (1) account may be used for the beginning of servicefor the subsequent account with the new customer's consent. The newcustomer will be notified of the date the meter was read.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MidAmerican has been granted atemporary waiver of rule 199 IAC 19.3(7) and 19.3(8). UntilJune 30, 2021, the Company is not required to perform actual meterreadings if doing so would require the Company’s technicians to enterthe customer’s home or business. The Company will utilize other meansto obtain actual readings if possible, including requesting that customerscall in their readings. If estimated billing is utilized, customers have aright to dispute estimated bills.Access toMeterThe customer requesting turn off of service is responsible for providingaccess to the meter.Issued: November 5, 2020Issued by: Timothy J. WhippleVice President, General CounselEffective: December 5, 2020NNNNNNNN

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities Board3rd Revised Sheet No. 6Canceling Substitute 2nd Revised Sheet No. 6Billing For ServiceDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, MidAmerican has been granted atemporary waiver of rule 199 IAC 19.3(7) and 19.3(8). Until June 30, 2021, theCompany is not required to perform actual meter readings if doing so wouldrequire the Company’s technicians to enter the customer’s home or business. TheCompany will utilize other means to obtain actual readings if possible, includingrequesting that customers call in their readings. If estimated billing is utilized,customers have a right to dispute estimated bills.Bill Due DateThe Company will provide bills to all customers allowing a minimum oftwenty (20) days after the bill is rendered for timely payment.Meter ReadsReading of meters used for customer billing will normally be scheduledmonthly. Company may schedule reading of meters located in lowcustomer density rural and suburban areas at bimonthly or quarterlyintervals.Less FrequentBillingBillings less frequent than monthly may be scheduled with Boardapproval.More FrequentBillingBillings more frequent than monthly may be required from nonresidential customers who are credit risks.The more frequent billings will be for one (1) month only unlessapproval is received from the Board.Estimated BillWhen the Company is unable to read the meter after reasonable effort,the Company will issue an estimated bill. Only in unusual cases or with customer consent shall more thanthree (3) consecutive estimated bills be rendered. The customer will be notified when there have been three (3)consecutive estimates and periodically thereafter. An actual meter reading by a Company representative is requiredonce every twelve (12) months.CustomerReadsThe customer may supply meter readings, providing a Companyrepresentative reads the meter once every twelve (12) months.Prorated BillThe bill will be prorated on a daily basis if the billing period deviatesmore than ten percent (10%) from the business days in the normalbilling period.Issued: November 5, 2020Issued by: Timothy J. WhippleVice President, General CounselEffective: December 5, 2020NNNNNNNN

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 2nd Revised Sheet No. 7Canceling First Revised Issue Sheet No. 7Preferred Due DateAvailabilityA preferred due date is available to: Due DateThe preferred due date: Cancellationall residential customers.non-residential customers with usage less than 250 Ccf permonth.other customers at the Company's discretion.must be requested by the customer.may not extend into the next billing cycle.cannot be changed to a date later than thirty (30) days afterthe preparation of the bill.will be no more than fifteen (15) days from the approximatedate the customer receives monthly income.TThe preferred due date may be cancelled upon customer request.after the 5th late payment in a twelve (12)-month period.Payment For ServiceOptionsTBill-paying options include: at a Company office.through U.S. mail.at an authorized paystation or drop box.through automatic withdrawal from the customer's savingsand/or checking account.electronic payment.credit and debit card.Other options may be offered as they become available.Issued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: October 20, 2019T

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 5th Revised Sheet No. 8Canceling Sub Fourth Revised Sheet No. 8Budget BillingAvailabilityBudget billing is available to: all residential customers. non-residential customers with usage less than 250 ccf permonth. other customers at the Company’s discretion.Entry to PlanThe customer may begin budget billing at any time.AmountThe monthly budget billing amount will be one-twelfth (1/12) of theprojected cost for the next twelve (12) months.Late andDelinquentPaymentsRegardless of the budget billing account balance, a late budget bill issubject to the “Late Payment Charges” provisions of this Tariff. Anylate payment charges will be applied to the budget amount.For delinquent budget billing accounts where there is a: debit balance, or balance due the Company, the delinquency inpayment is subject to the provisions of “Refusal orDisconnection of Service” and “Disconnection for DelinquentBills” sections of this Tariff. credit balance, or balance due the customer, budget billing maybe terminated thirty (30) days after the budget bill becomesdelinquent.PeriodicAdjustmentThe monthly budget billing amount shall be recomputed annually andmay be recomputed: when requested by the customer or when changes in price and/or consumption results in anestimate that differs by ten percent (10%) or more from thebudget amount.Issued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: October 20, 2019TTTT

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 2nd Revised Sheet No. 8aCanceling Sub First Revised Sheet No. 8aBudget Billing (continued)BudgetComputationMethodThe monthly budget payment for Budget Billing Plan customers isderived by estimating a customer's usage for the next twelve (12)month period and dividing that amount by twelve (12). Theestimation method uses a twenty-four (24)-month history at thepremise in question as well as other factors, such as weather andprices. The budget bill amount for new premises is estimated basedon tariff rate code and geographic location.TTTBudgets are reviewed periodically and annually. At the customer'sannual review, the budget bill amount changes regardless of theamount of change.CustomerNotificationThe customer will be notified of any changes in the budget amountat least one (1) full billing period before the due date for the newbudget amount. The notice may accompany the bill prior to the billthat is affected by the revised budget amount.BudgetAccountBalanceThe budget account balance at the annual review will be handled asfollows:Ifdebit balance credit balance Issued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselThenspread balance evenly over next twelve (12)months and include in budget billing payments.when requested, apply the debit balance to thenext bill.spread balance evenly over next twelve (12)months and include in budget billing payments,orwhen requested, refund by application to thenext bill(s), orwhen requested, direct refund of credit balancesexceeding 25.Effective: October 20, 2019TTT

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardOriginal Issue Sheet No. 8bBudget Billing (continued)CancellationBudget billing may be cancelled upon customer request. when service is cancelled. for failure to pay.For balances owed the Company, the customer may be required topay the amount owed before termination.For credit balances, the customer shall have the option to: request application of credit balance to the next bill(s). request a direct refund of credit balance.Issued: October 22, 2004Issued by: James J. HowardVice PresidentEffective: December 1, 2004L L

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 4th Revised Sheet No. 9Canceling Third Revised Sheet No. 9Billing Adjustments (Due to Fast or Slow Meter)CodeBilling adjustments for over-registration or under-registration will be made in accordancewith Section 19.4(13) of the Iowa Administrative Code.Reasons forAdjustmentBilling adjustments will be made if a meter that is fast is determined to be in error morethan two percent (2%).TBilling adjustments may be made if a meter that is slow or creeping is determined to bein error more than two percent (2%).TRefundAdjustmentUnless otherwise ordered by the Board, overcharges will be refunded from the time theproblem began (if known) or the lesser of: ½ the time since the meter installation or½ the time since the last meter test.The period of adjustment shall not exceed five (5) years.MinimumRefundMinimumBackbillTIf the recalculated bills indicate that 5 or more is due an existing customer or 10 ormore is due a person no longer a customer of the Company, the refund shall be the fullamount of the calculated difference between the amount paid and the recalculatedamount. Refunds shall be made to the two (2) most recent customers who receivedTservice through the metering installation during the time the error existed. In the caseof a previous customer who is no longer a customer of the Company, a notice of theamount subject to refund shall be mailed to such previous customer at the last-knownaddress, and the Company shall upon demand made within three (3) months thereafter Trefund the same.Refunds shall be completed within six (6) months following the date of the meterinstallation test.TAn existing customer may be backbilled if the customer was underbilled 500 or morein the six (6) months immediately preceding the meter test.TBilling Adjustments (Wastage)AdjustmentNo billing adjustment will be made for customer wastage such as from gas leaks.CompanyAssistanceThe Company will provide assistance to any customer who has abnormally high usageby discussing readily identifiable patterns of usage.suggesting an energy audit.identifying sources of conservation information and financial assistance thatmay be available to the customer.Issued: September 20, 2019Issued by: Rob BerntsenSenior V.P. & General CounselEffective: October 20, 2019

MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANYGas Tariff No. 1Filed with the Iowa Utilities BoardSubstitute 5th Revised Sheet No. 10Canceling Fourth Revised Sheet No. 10Billing Adjustments (Other)CodeBilling adjustments will be made in accordance with Section 19.4(13) ofthe Iowa Administrative Code.Reasons forAdjustmentBilling adjustments may be made for incorrect: reading of the meter.application of rate schedule.connection of the metering installation.meter multiplier.Billing adjustments may be made for other similar reasons.RefundAdjustmentThe time period for which the Company is required to adjust, refund, orcredit the customer's bill shall not exceed five (5) years unless otherwiseordered by the Board.BackbillAdjustmentThe time period for which the Company may adjust for the underchargeshall not exceed six (6) months unless

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carbon monoxide poisoning. Do not connect a na tural gas water heater to an L.P. gas supply. Do not connect an L.P . gas water heater to a natural gas supply. Use a new CSA approved gas supply line. Ins tall a shut-off valve on the gas supply line. Gas Pressure WARNING! T

This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities . CPN NRG ENGIE EDF GEXA FirstEnergy Just Ambit Energy MidAmerican Shell AEP Talen (1) Reflects 2017 regulated and non-regulated generation. . Bicameral Nuclear Energy Caucus in PA legislature released detailed report outlining .

This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities . CPN NRG ENGIE EDF GEXA FirstEnergy Just Ambit Energy MidAmerican Shell AEP Talen (1) Reflects 2017 regulated and non-regulated generation. . Bicameral Nuclear Energy Caucus in PA legislature released detailed report outlining .

The diversion of natural gas through any method or device used by any person to unlawful and intentionally prevent or interfere with a gas meter from duly registering the quantity of natural gas supplied by the Company and/or any unlawful or intentional taking of natural gas from any pipe of the Company without the consent of said Company is theft.

Total Kinetic Energy The total kinetic energy is just N times the kinetic energy of each molecule _ If we have a gas with only translational energy, this is the internal energy of the gas This tells us that the internal energy of an ideal gas depends

Map of World Trade: Gravity European and U.S. Trade Trade within Europe is the largest, about 28% of world trade. Many countries Easy to ship between countries because import tariffs are low European Union (EU) countries have zero tariffs on imports from each other. EU has 25 members with two more joining in 2007.

From GATT to WTO Slide 2-19 The GATT functioned through trade rounds – inter-state negotiations to reduce tariffs and other barriers to trade After the Tokyo Round of the 1970s, tariffs were brought to record lows However, Uruguay Round was launched in 1986 t

ASME A17.1 / CSA B44 (2013 edition) Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators ASME A18.1 (2011 edition) Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts . 3 Other codes important to conveyances adopted through state codes or as secondary references include the following: ASME A17.6 (2010 edition) Standard for Elevator Suspension, Compensation and Governor Systems ASME A17.7 / CSA B44 .