Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 06/21/2005, Docket: RP05-349-000, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 48 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 48 : Effective

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 48







3.1 (a) Procedures. Generally, all requests or bids for service,

contracting for service, changes to a shipper's service agreement, releasing

capacity and bidding on released capacity must be made through Questline.

Pre-arranged releases according to § 6.9 must be contracted for on Questline.


(b) Form of the Agreement. Unless requested by shipper, no

written contract or documents will be issued by Questar. The terms and

conditions of this tariff together with the terms of shipper's service

documented on the completed service agreement on Questline will constitute the

terms of the transportation or storage service agreement between Questar and

the shipper.


3.2 Signature Code. The use of a party's signature code on any

Questline transaction screen will be deemed to be the party's consent to be

bound by the transaction unless the party's bid for capacity release is

withdrawn as specified in § 6.9(d).


3.3 Acquiring Transportation and Storage Service.


(a) After complying with the requirements of §§ 2 and 8 of

these General Terms and Conditions, a party may bid for firm service or

request short-term firm transportation service according to § 5 of these

General Terms and Conditions. A shipper may also request interruptible

transportation and PAL2 service on Questar's system via Questline.


(b) After receiving a request for interruptible transportation

or PAL2 service, Questar will evaluate a shipper's service request. Once the

request has been evaluated and approved, Questar will issue a completed

service agreement on Questline containing the terms of the service that

Questar will provide. Placement of the completed service agreement on

Questline will be Questar's assent to the contract and notice to the shipper

of the contract.