Questar Pipeline Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 07/25/2005, Docket: RP05-401-000, Status: Effective
Seventh Revised Sheet No. 169 Seventh Revised Sheet No. 169 : Effective
Superseding: Sixth Revised Sheet No. 169
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
10.5 Injection and Withdrawal of Gas.
(a) Questar may, but shall not be obligated to accept gas for
injection into any storage reservoir nor be required to withdraw gas from any
storage reservoir outside the respective injection and withdrawal periods.
(b) A shipper receiving storage service under Rate Schedule FSS
shall schedule the withdrawal of, or transfer to another storage or park and
loan account, all of its recoverable working gas by the end of the term of its
storage service agreement. At least six months prior to the pending
expiration of an FSS service agreement, Questar will give notice that the
shipper must withdraw or transfer to another storage or park and loan account,
its recoverable working gas prior to expiration of the service agreement.
Regardless of whether a service agreement expires or if shipper chooses
to exercise its right to terminate its service agreement, the following
procedure will be used for any gas remaining under the expired or terminated
service agreement: If an FSS shipper has not removed all gas stored under
its expired or terminated service agreement, Questar will, within three
business days, sell the quantities of gas involved and distribute the
proceeds to the shipper less any administrative costs incurred by Questar.
(c) A shipper receiving storage service under Rate Schedule ISS
shall schedule the withdrawal of all of its recoverable working gas by the
end of the term of its storage-service agreement. If an ISS shipper has not
withdrawn all of its working gas prior to the termination of its service
agreement, the shipper, at the date of service agreement termination, may
transfer its working gas to an FSS shipper's working-gas account or, if
sufficient unutilized annual working-gas capacity is available, the shipper
may be given additional time in which to withdraw its working gas, provided
that during such time shipper will pay the maximum ISS inventory rate for all
gas remaining in storage notwithstanding any previously negotiated discounts.
Withdrawals will only be allowed after all firm, interruptible and overrun
requests are met. Questar will not compensate shipper for any benefit
obtained by any other shipper receiving storage service and shall not incur
any other liability whatsoever. If the annual working-gas capacity utilized
by ISS shippers under terminated service agreements is required by FSS