Questar Pipeline starts open season for Uinta basin expansion

Questar Pipeline Co. has started a binding open season to solicit support for an expansion of capacity out of the Uinta basin by extending its Jurisdictional Lateral 138 (JL138) to the Myton Yard.

The proposed expansion will involve 4.3 miles of pipe and ancillary facilities that will enable Questar to offer 30,000 dekatherms/day of incremental transportation capacity from receipt points located on JL138, JL46, and JL47 with possible deliveries available at the following locations:

• Chipeta Processing LLC or other Uinta basin processors.

• White River hub.

• Questar Northern system interconnects including Overthrust, CIG, Questar Gas, and Southern Star.

• Questar Southern system interconnects including Questar Gas and Kern River.

Other receipt and delivery points might be available depending on response to the open season, scheduled to conclude June 14.

Assuming Questar receives customer interest and arranges financing, the company anticipates the expansion could be in service by November 2014.

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