Questar Pipeline Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 02/25/2009, Docket: RP09-270-000, Status: Effective
Twenty-First Revised Sheet No. 5A Twenty-First Revised Sheet No. 5A
Superseding: Twentieth Revised Sheet No. 5A
STATEMENT OF RATES
Marketing Fee: - As negotiated between Questar and shipper when Questar
actively markets shipper's released capacity.
Request for Firm Service Charge: According to § 5 of the General Terms and
Imbalance Charge: According to § 12 of the General Terms and Conditions.
Imbalance Trading Fee: - 2¢/Dth with a $500 minimum if Questar actively
markets and facilitates the trade.
1/ Annual charge adjustment (ACA) as specified by the Commission and
subject to § 17 of the General Terms and Conditions of Part 1 of this tariff.
2/ The SSXP charges are applicable to Rate Schedule T-1 and T-2 service
made possible by capacity created through Questar's Southern System Expansion
approved in Docket No. CP05-5-000.
3/Released capacity may be sold at a volumetric rate. Shippers
releasing capacity on a volumetric basis must specify a rate between the
maximum and minimum volumetric rate stated on this Statement of Rates and
notify Questar of the criteria by which bids are to be evaluated. Short-term
capacity releases for a term of one year or less are not subject to the
maximum rate limit.
4/Pipeline usage charges are applicable to transportation services that
are released at a volumetric rate and will be billed according to § 18.2 of
the General Terms and Conditions of Part 1 of this tariff. The GRI surcharge
applicable to a release at a volumetric rate is calculated by multiplying the
applicable GRI charge by 12 months and dividing that number by 365 days.
5/ Short-term capacity releases for a term of one year or less are not
subject to the maximum rate limit.
NOTE: The monthly rates stated on Questar's Statement of Rates may be
converted to a daily rate by multiplying the monthly base tariff rate times
the number of months in the rate period and dividing the result by the number
of days in the rate period. The result is rounded to the fourth decimal