Questar Southern Trails Pipeline Company

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Effective Date: 06/11/2008, Docket: RP08-381-000, Status: Effective

Third Revised Sheet No. 65 Third Revised Sheet No. 65

Superseding: Second Revised Sheet No. 65




reservation charges associated with the released capacity up to the maximum

reservation charge specified in the releasing Shipper's transportation service

agreement. Subsequent releases by a replacement Shipper shall not relieve the

original or any subsequent releasing Shipper of its obligations under this

tariff. When a Shipper has released capacity, Southern Trails will apply a

conditional credit to the releasing Shipper's bill for the reservation charges

billed the replacement Shipper. If the replacement Shipper fails to pay

Southern Trails, Southern Trails will notify the releasing Shipper that the

conditional credit has been reversed and that the total amount is due pursuant

to § 16.10 of these General Terms and Conditions.


7.22 Option to Withdraw Released Capacity.

(a) The releasing party has the right to withdraw its offer

during the bid period, where unanticipated circumstances justify and no

minimum bid has been made.


(b) Shipper may be required to withdraw the offer according to §

7.8(e) of these General Terms and Conditions.


(c) The releasing Shipper must provide notice of its withdrawal

of released capacity through Questline prior to the close of the bid period.

The offer to release capacity may not be withdrawn after the close of the bid





8.1 Availability and Notice. At least six months prior to the

expiration of a firm transportation service agreement with an existing term

of one year or greater at the maximum tariff rate, or multi-year seasonal

maximum-rate contracts for services offered less than 12 months per year,

Shipper must notify Southern Trails of its desire to continue all or part of

its existing service. If such notice is given, the Shipper shall retain a

right of first refusal. Existing discounted and negotiated-rate firm service

agreements effective before March 27, 2000, the effective date of Order No.

637, with a term of one year or longer, may also have a right of first

refusal by following the same procedure. Either Southern Trails or Shipper

may terminate a firm transportation service agreement at the end of its

existing term by providing written notice the earlier of (i) the date of the

notice period provided for in Shipper's contract; or (ii) 90 days prior to

the expiration of the term of the contract. At the time of entering into a

transportation service agreement, Southern Trails may waive its termination

rights if Shipper's contract (1) has a volume of 40,000 Dth or greater at the

maximum tariff rate or a negotiated rate equal to or greater than the maximum

tariff rate and (2) has an initial term of four years or greater. Southern

Trails shall provide any information needed by Shipper to exercise its right

of first refusal.