Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/07/2003, Docket: RP03-259-000, Status: Effective

Seventh Revised Sheet No. 163 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 163 : Effective

Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 163

PART 3

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(Continued)

 

2. PIPELINE INTERNET PAGE AND QUESTLINE

The terms and conditions for access to and use of

Questline are stated in the General Terms and Conditions of

Part 1 of this tariff.

 

3. CONTRACTING PROCEDURES

Procedures for contracting for storage service are

stated in the General Terms and Conditions of Part 1 of this

tariff.

4. ACQUIRING STORAGE SERVICE

Any shipper desiring Clay Basin storage service may

acquire the service, if available, by following the

appropriate procedures stated in the General Terms and

Conditions of Part 1 of this tariff.

 

5. CAPACITY RELEASE AND ASSIGNMENT

 

5.1 All capacity releases and assignments of storage

service under this part shall be made according to the

general procedures stated in the General Terms and

Conditions of Part 1 of this tariff. However, releases of

capacity during the storage cycle shall be subject to the

inherent operational characteristics of the reservoirs, the

operational constraints on Questar's system at the time of

the release and all applicable FERC-certificated

requirements.

 

5.2 Shippers may separately release each component of

their storage service; i.e., injection capacity, annual

working gas volume and MRD. Shippers may charge a rate for

each component between the minimum and maximum FSS rates set

forth on the Statement of Rates.

 

5.3 Injection capacity is allocated daily according to

the injection allocation formula set forth in Section 10.2

of these General Terms and Conditions. Accordingly,

released injection capacity must be designated as the

injection capacity associated with a given amount of the