Questar Southern Trails Pipeline Company
Original Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 02/28/2010, Docket: RP10-332-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 90 First Revised Sheet No. 90
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 90
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
15.10 Unauthorized Receipt or Delivery of Gas. If a Shipper delivers
gas to Southern Trails or takes gas from Southern Trails and (i) has made no
nomination under an existing service agreement or (ii) has no valid service
agreement, then Southern Trails may impose the unauthorized overrun charge set
forth on the Statement of Rates. In addition, upon determination that such
unauthorized action has been taken by a Shipper, Southern Trails may take
action to terminate such unauthorized use of its system.
15.11 Imbalances with Other Parties. Southern Trails shall not be
responsible for eliminating any imbalances between Shipper and any other
party, including without limitation any volume imbalances that accrue between
distribution companies and specific end users or between producers and
distribution companies or end users. Furthermore, Southern Trails shall not
be obligated to adjust or deviate from its standard operating and accounting
procedures in order to alleviate any such imbalances or deficiencies.
15.12 Third Party Imbalance Management. Southern Trails will allow
Shippers to obtain imbalance-management service from a third-party provider
(TPP) subject to the following:
(a) All transactions involving the physical payback of gas or
trading of imbalances on Southern Trails' system must comply with the terms
and conditions of Southern Trails' tariff.
(b) The trading or curing of imbalances may only involve
procedures that are provided for in Southern Trails' tariff.
(c) Shippers will not be permitted to trade imbalances in any
manner that will increase a Shipper's imbalance on Southern Trails' system.
(d) Trading of imbalances may only be between imbalances on
Southern Trails' system.
(e) When a Shipper desires to physically repay or take
deliveries of gas, either the Shipper or the TPP must have the necessary
transportation, receipt and delivery point capacity to allow for the delivery
of the gas.