Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 07/25/2005, Docket: RP05-401-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 117 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 117 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 117

THIS SHEET WAS INADVERTENTLY SKIPPED BY ANOTHER FILING. WHEN I ASKED FERC

STAFF, 202-502-8589, THEY SAID TO LEAVE THIS ERROR AND FILE THE TARIFF SHEET

TO BE PAGINATED AFTER THE FILED SHEET THAT SKIPPED THIS SHEET. THAT IS WHY

THIS FILING HAS TWO SHEET NOS. 117. IGNORE THIS SHEET. IT IS ONLY A PLACE

HOLDER BECAUSE IT WAS NAMED AS BEING SUPERSEDED ANOTHER SHEET.

 

PART 2

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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9.4 Sixty (60) days prior to the injection period, Questar will

provide to shipper Questar's best estimates of operating parameters and

conditions in its peaking storage reservoirs. Thirty (30) days prior to the

injection season, shipper will provide to Questar shipper's best estimates of

daily, monthly and annual quantities of gas to be injected into or withdrawn

from storage during the upcoming annual storage cycle.

 

9.5 Injection and Withdrawal of Gas.

 

(a) Questar shall not be required to operate the aquifer storage

reservoirs outside of the operating parameters stipulated in various

applicable certificate authorizations.

 

(b) Injections or withdrawals of gas, outside the injection and

withdrawal period, shall be at times and in the amounts operationally

achievable.

 

(c) Questar shall not be obligated to take any action related to

injection or withdrawal of working gas at any aquifer storage reservoir which,

in Questar's judgment, creates a risk of increasing the volume of non-

recoverable working gas in any aquifer storage reservoir. In addition, Questar

shall not be obligated to take any action which, in Questar's judgment,

creates a risk of damage to the storage formation or other facilities used to

inject gas into or withdraw gas from any aquifer storage reservoir.

 

(d) By the conclusion of the withdrawal period, shipper shall

complete the withdrawal of its recoverable working gas from the Chalk Creek

storage reservoirs to the maximum extent practicable. The withdrawals shall

begin no later than March 1 of each year, and, to the extent practicable,

shall be made at uniform rates. Shippers may leave all or part of their

working gas in place at the Leroy and/or Coalville storage reservoirs. Any

working gas remaining after any annual storage cycle may become

nonrecoverable.