Quest Pipelines (Kpc)

Second Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 04/11/2008, Docket: RP08-269-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 173 First Revised Sheet No. 173 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 173



(g) Releasing Shipper(s) may, to the extent permitted as a condition of the

capacity release, recall released capacity (scheduled or unscheduled) at

the Timely Nomination Cycle and the Evening Nomination Cycle, and recall

unscheduled released capacity at the Intraday 1 and Intraday 2 Nomination

cycles by providing notice to KPC by the following times for each cycle: 8

a.m. CCT for the Timely Nomination cycle; 5:00 p.m. CCT for the Evening

Nomination Cycle; 8:00 a.m. CCT for the Intraday 1 Nomination Cycle, and

3:00 p.m. CCT for the Intraday 2 Nomination Cycle. Notification to

Replacement Shipper(s) shall be provided by KPC within one hour of receipt

of recall notification.


14.7 Rights and Obligations of the Replacement Shipper


(a) A Replacement Shipper shall have all the rights and obligations specified

under the applicable Rate Schedule, Service Agreement, and General Terms

and Conditions unless the conditions prescribed for the assignment require

otherwise. At the time a valid service contract has been issued to a

Replacement Shipper, pursuant to Section 14 herein, all references to

"Shipper" throughout this FERC Gas Tariff shall include "Replacement



(b) A Replacement Shipper may submit nominations pursuant to Section 8 of these

General Terms and Conditions upon completion of the Addendum to the

Capacity Release Service Agreement.


(c) The Replacement Shipper will be responsible for any imbalance between

receipts of Gas and deliveries of Gas, and for all costs and all rates,

charges, penalties and fees for Transportation service provided under the

Capacity Release Service Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the

contrary in this FERC Gas Tariff or in any non-conforming service agreement

of the Releasing Shipper, the Replacement Shipper shall reimburse KPC in

kind for fuel usage and lost or unaccounted for Gas pursuant to the Fuel

Reimbursement Percentages calculated under Section 23 of these General

Terms and Conditions and listed in the applicable statement of Currently

Effective Rates.


(d) Commodity charges and volumetric surcharges which are applicable under

KPC's Tariff to Quantities of Gas actually transported shall be a

separately stated charge on the Replacement Shipper's Monthly Bill and

shall be at the maximum rate contained on the currently effective Tariff

sheet unless KPC is permitted to and agrees to a lesser rate under its



14.8 Marketing Fee


The Releasing Shipper and KPC may agree that, in return for KPC actively marketing

the Releasing Shipper's Service Agreement, KPC will reduce the Releasing Shipper's

invoice credit by a negotiated marketing fee.


14.9 Revenue Sharing Agreement


The Releasing Shipper and KPC may agree to enter into a Revenue Sharing Agreement

for revenues generated by capacity release transactions in excess of revenues

generated by the currently posted maximum tariff transportation rate. KPC will

file these agreements with FERC and will reflect this fee on the Releasing

Shipper's invoice. Revenue Allocated to KPC pursuant to a Revenue Sharing

Agreement will not be subject to refund or pass through to other Shippers on the

KPC System.