Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 10/01/2009, Docket: RP09-1030-003, Status: Effective

Fifth Revised Sheet No. 72 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 72

Superseding: Fourth Revised Sheet No. 72






customers, curtailment or interruptions will be instituted in reverse order of

priority of classes specified in this section. However, once the gas day

commences, all firm shippers on the affected parts of the transmission system

will be curtailed pro rata, regardless of whether gas has been scheduled at a

primary or alternate receipt or delivery point.


(b) Questar shall provide shipper as much advance notice of any

curtailment or interruption as is practicable under the circumstances.

Questar will support notification, to be designated by shipper, through the

following channels: (1) available on Questline's shipper web reports and/or

(2) up to two internet e-mail addresses provided by shipper or (3) additional

electronic notification specified by shipper. Such notice shall state the

reduced quantities of gas that Questar estimates it will be able to transport

for shipper and the estimated duration of the curtailment or interruption.


(c) If curtailment or interruption is required, Questar and

shipper shall cooperate to the extent possible in making adjustments to

receipts or deliveries to minimize injury to any property or facilities.


(d) Nothing in this provision shall limit Questar's right to

curtail or interrupt service on any other reasonable basis (including pro rata

curtailment or interruption within a class of service) in order to ensure

system integrity or to reflect the operational characteristics of Questar's





10.1 Designation of primary receipt and delivery points. Shipper's

primary receipt points must be assigned by the shipper to a corresponding

delivery point, subject to available capacity. The total RDC or level of NNT

service (RDC or level) assigned to shipper's receipt points must