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The balancing restriction currently in place was and continues to be required due to an OFO (regarding Clay Basin) that QPC issued on February 21, 2014. In addition, Questar Gas’ ability to offset drafting by transportation customers is becoming very limited due to its low storage inventory levels. Questar Gas has withdrawal levels, as required by QPC, from Clay Basin scheduled for gd8 and gd9. Clay Basin will then be shut-in beginning gd10. Therefore, effective April gd8 forward, Questar Gas is modifying the balancing restriction that was put in place April gd2:

Effective gd8 and until further notice:
Transportation customers’ actual usage must not exceed supplies above a 10% daily tolerance, AND transportation customers’ supplies must not exceed actual usage above a 0% daily tolerance.

Thank you for your attention in this matter.


 
Month-end imbalance positions on Questar Gas for March are available.  Please ensure that you are within the +/- 5% imbalance tolerance window for the month of March by April 25, 2014, either through prior period payback nominations or by trading your position. 

Questar Gas may cash-out March imbalances outside the tolerance window that remain after April 25, 2014.  Refer to the “Monthly Imbalances” portion of Section 5.09 of the Questar Gas Company Utah Natural Gas Tariff and Section 5.06 of the Wyoming Natural Gas Tariff to review applicable cash-out provisions. 

To view your imbalance position(s), run the “WEB END OF MONTH IMBALANCE PAYOFF” report  under report type “CAW NON_NAESB REPORTS” in Quorum’s reporting system.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Brent Bakker 801-324-5075
Billy Sturgeon 801-324-2710
Leslie Mariani 801-324-2141

 

The balancing restriction currently in place was and continues to be required due to an OFO (regarding Clay Basin) that QPC issued on February 21, 2014.   In addition, Questar Gas’ ability to  offset drafting by transportation customers is becoming very limited due to its low storage inventory levels.  Therefore, effective April gd2 forward, Questar Gas is modifying the balancing restriction that was put in place March gd26:

Effective GD2 and until further notice:               
               Transportation customer’s actual usage must match its supplies within a +/-5% daily tolerance.

Thank you for your attention in this matter.


 

Effective April 24, 2014 through August 31, 2014, Questar Gas Company will allow agents with southern system customers that are able to receive gas at Indianola (Map 166) to nominate the lesser of 1,015 Dth per day or actual total usage for each customer. 

The April 24th effective start date is contingent upon QPC returning its Clay Basin storage facility to normal operations on that day.


 

THIS NOTICE REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

Effective gd26 forward, Questar Gas is modifying the balancing restriction below that was put in place gd25:

Effective GD26 and until further notice:               
                Transportation customers’ supplies must not exceed actual usage above a 5% daily tolerance.

Questar Gas will modify the restriction as needed to address any excessive drafting.  Please ensure that supplies match actual usage.  

Thank you for your attention in this matter.


 

THIS NOTICE REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

Date:          February 24, 2013
To:              All Transportation Customers/Agents

The following restriction, as provided for in Questar Gas Company’s Utah Natural Gas Tariff (Utah Tariff) Section 5.09 and Wyoming Natural Gas Tariff (Wyoming Tariff) Section 5.06, is required due to Questar Pipeline’s OFO (regarding Clay Basin) issued on February 21, 2014:

       Effective GD25 and until further notice:               
       Transportation customers’ actual usage must not exceed supplies above a 10% daily tolerance, AND
       transportation customers’ supplies must not exceed actual usage above a 5% daily tolerance.

Imbalance payback nominations will only be accepted on a case-by-case basis as approved by Questar Gas’ Gas Supply personnel.

After aggregation of imbalances at an agent level, and after the allowed trading period, penalties as outlined in the Utah and Wyoming Tariffs will be assessed for those imbalances remaining outside of the balancing tolerance outlined above.

Thank you for your attention in this matter.

 

 

 

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