Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Eighth Revised Sheet No. 60B Eighth Revised Sheet No. 60B : Effective

Superseding: Seventh Revised Sheet No. 60B





deadline and start of bidding time specified (for the received business day)

in NAESB Standard No. 5.3.2 or the releasing shipper's specified business day

(if later than the received business day). Questar shall accept and process

uploads of capacity release bids from potential acquiring shippers (or their

authorized third-party service provider), provided the bid is time-stamped as

leaving control of the bidder no later than the respective deadline and is

received at Questar's designated site no later than 15 minutes after such

deadline. Such timely bid, if determined to be valid, will be evaluated by

Questar for the purpose of identifying the winning bidder associated with the

offer upon which the bid was made.


(c) When capacity is released and awarded on an intra-day cycle,

it is the responsibility of the releasing shipper and the replacement shipper

to ensure that nominations for a given day do not exceed the contract

Reserved Daily Capacity (RDC). Scheduled quantities in excess of the RDC

specified in the applicable transportation or storage service agreement will

be treated as Authorized Overrun. Any quantities in excess of the scheduled

RDC will be treated as Unauthorized Overrun.


(d) Questar shall reject and shipper will be required to

withdraw, upon notice by Questar, capacity-release offers reflecting

conditions that do not conform to Questar's tariff. A new bid period will be

scheduled once the withdrawn capacity-release offer has been revised and



(e) A releasing shipper may post on Questline a pre-arranged

deal at the maximum rate to determine if another shipper would be willing to

offer better terms and conditions.


(f) A releasing shipper will not be able to specify an extension

of the original bid period or the pre-arranged deal match period without

posting a new release.