Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2009, Docket: RP09-1030-000, Status: Effective

Fourth Revised Sheet No. 57 Fourth Revised Sheet No. 57

Superseding: Third Revised Sheet No. 57

 

PART 1

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

6.4 Qualification for Participation in the Capacity Release Program -

Any party wishing to become a bidding shipper must prequalify by satisfying

the creditworthiness standards and Questline access and signatory requirements

of this tariff prior to submitting a bid for capacity. Notwithstanding

shipper's qualification to participate in Questar's capacity release program,

Questar does not guarantee to the releasing shipper that the replacement

shipper will pay for the contracted-for service.

 

6.5 Released Capacity - A release of capacity may be between any

combination of receipt points up to the total released RDC or NNT service

level and any delivery points that correspond to those receipt points.

 

6.6 Notice By Shipper Electing to Release Capacity - A releasing

shipper must post a notice via Questline that it elects to release firm

capacity or NNT service. The notice must state:

 

(a) The releasing shipper's name, contract number and the name

and phone number of the individual responsible for authorizing the release of

capacity.

 

(b) For transportation releases, the maximum and minimum RDC to

be released stated in Dth/d.

 

(c) For no-notice service, the level of NNT service to be

released in Dth/d.

 

(d) For storage releases, the daily and annual storage

capacities to be released by field stated in Mcf and Dth according to the Btu

conversion factor shown in shipper's storage service agreement.

 

(e) For transportation releases, the primary receipt points and

delivery points.

 

(f) Whether capacity will be released on a firm or recallable

basis. If on a recallable basis, the terms under which the capacity may be

recalled.