Questar Pipeline Company
First Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 01/01/2008, Docket: RP07-606-001, Status: Effective
Fifth Revised Sheet No. 171 Fifth Revised Sheet No. 171 : Pending
Superseding: Sub. Fourth Revised Sheet No. 171
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
13. MEASUREMENT AND MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT
All volumes of gas delivered by shipper to Questar for injection and
storage, as well as all volumes of gas withdrawn from storage and delivered to
shipper by Questar, shall be determined according to the general procedures
stated in the General Terms and Conditions of Part 1 of this tariff.
Any requests for additional facilities associated with Clay Basin
storage service will be considered according to the General Terms and
Conditions of Part 1 of this tariff.
15. CUSHION GAS
Questar shall, as it determines necessary, make periodic adjustments to
its storage cushion gas inventory to support the levels of storage service for
itself and other customers.
16. FUEL AND GAS LOSS REIMBURSEMENT
16.1 Categories of Fuel Reimbursement. Two categories of fuel and gas
losses exist at the Clay Basin storage facility: Utility Fuel and Operating
Fuel and Shrinkage, which are defined as follows:
(a) Utility Fuel including:
(1) heat and electricity, generation gas and
(2) lost or unaccounted-for gas.
(b) Operating Fuel and Shrinkage, including:
(1) compressor fuel,
(2) dehydration fuel,
(3) conditioning fuel,
(4) conditioning shrinkage and
(5) conditioning quantity as described in § 16.4(b).
Note: For purposes of this Section 16, "conditioning" refers to removal of
hydrocarbon fractions by facilities installed and operated by Questar at or
near its Clay Basin storage facility.
16.2 Utility Fuel Reimbursement. Shipper shall reimburse Questar in
kind for its proportionate share of Utility Fuel each month as follows: