Questar Pipeline Company

First Revised Volume No. 1

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

Second Revised Sheet No. 99K Second Revised Sheet No. 99K : Effective

Superseding: First Revised Sheet No. 99K





31.2 Criteria. Within each evaluation period, Questar will determine

if segmentation requests are operationally feasible according to the following



(a) There will be no negative impact on Questar's ability to

serve its T-1 shippers at their primary contract points after taking into

account flow patterns and priority of service.


(b) There will be no negative impact on Questar's ability to

sell unsubscribed firm capacity.


(c) Segmentation will not jeopardize the integrity of Questar's

pipeline system.


31.3 Entitlements. A Shipper may segment all or a portion of its firm

capacity, using any points within the CTP designated as eligible for

segmentation in the primary agreement. For each awarded segmentation request,

the shipper's service agreement will be amended to reflect any segmented

and/or non-segmented capacity. Any non-segmented capacity will retain its

entitlements, while segmented capacity will only have rights within the pre-

determined CTP listed on Shipper's contract that correspond with the receipt

and delivery points requested in the contract.


31.4 Priority of Service. The priority of service for segmented

capacity is described under § 9.1 of this Part.


31.5 Termination and amendments to Segmented Capacity. Shipper may

terminate its segmented contract at any time and revert back to its primary

contract with rights to amend and re-segment that primary contract.

Amendments to non-segmented T-1 contracts will have a higher priority than

amendments to segmented T-1 contracts.