Kinder Morgan Illinois Pipeline LLC

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Effective Date: 12/01/2007, Docket: RP08- 34-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 112 Original Sheet No. 112 : Effective

 

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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(f) The primary Receipt and Delivery Points define

the primary path(s), including the direction of "forward" flow for

the primary path(s). Shippers may nominate service at secondary

points so that the direction of flow is the same as or the opposite

("backhaul") from the primary path direction of flow, but such a

nomination shall be treated as being outside the primary path.

 

2.4 INTERRUPTIBLE AND OVERRUN SERVICES

 

This Section 2.4 governs the priority of interruptible

services, other than secondary point services under firm Agreements,

on KMIP's System. All interruptible services, including overrun,

shall have equal priority for capacity in accordance with the

procedures set out in this Section 2.4.

 

(a) Confirmed nominations within MDQ under any firm

Agreement, including service at secondary points, shall have

priority over all interruptible service and overrun services. If

more than one such Shipper nominates interruptible and/or overrun

services, volumes shall be allocated among such Shippers in

accordance with the sequences set out in the remainder of this

Section.

 

(b) KMIP's interruptible transportation service,

shall be provided to the extent capacity is available after

scheduling all of KMIP's firm transportation service at primary

and/or secondary points. KMIP may decline to schedule and/or may

curtail interruptible service for any of the following reasons:

 

(1) If Shipper tenders gas which does not

conform to the applicable pressure or quality requirements of these

General Terms and Conditions;

 

(2) For reason of Force Majeure;

 

(3) Due to routine repair and maintenance to be

reasonably determined by KMIP;

 

(4) Pursuant to Section 2.7 or 12.2 of these

General Terms and Conditions;

 

(5) To rectify imbalances or to conform physical

flows to nominations to the extent consistent with the specific Rate

Schedule;

 

(6) To maintain System integrity;