Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

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Effective Date: 03/01/2009, Docket: RP09-257-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 156 Original Sheet No. 156

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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for ordinary receipt and delivery. Except as otherwise provided in an

Operational Flow Order or as otherwise agreed, the Payback Volume must

be scheduled no later than the Timely Nomination Cycle for the second

Day after the Day in which the Shipper's Total Aggregate Imbalance

exceeds the sum of its Maximum Aggregate Imbalance volume under all

its Agreements, unless netting and trading are sufficient to resolve

the imbalance issue prior to that nomination cycle.

 

(b) If the imbalance represents more volumes delivered

at Delivery Points than tendered to KMLP at Receipt Point(s), then

Shipper shall schedule Payback Volumes of Gas equal to the imbalance

to be tendered to KMLP but not redelivered by KMLP to Shipper at

Delivery Point(s), but rather retained by KMLP to replenish line pack.

These Payback Volumes shall be the last Gas through the meter at

Receipt Point(s); i.e., if volumes actually received are insufficient

to cover both confirmed nominations and Payback for this Day, the

shortfall shall be considered first as Payback not effectuated in

whole or in part at the Receipt Point.

 

(c) If the imbalance represents more volumes received by

KMLP at Receipt Point(s) than taken by Shipper at Delivery Point(s),

then Shipper shall schedule Payback Volumes of Gas equal to the

imbalance to be taken by Shipper at Delivery Point(s), but not

delivered to KMLP at Receipt Point(s), in order to reduce KMLP's line

pack. These Payback Volumes shall be the last Gas through the meter at

Delivery Point(s); i.e., if the volumes actually delivered at the

Delivery Point are insufficient to cover both confirmed nominations

and Payback for the Day, the shortfall shall be considered first as

Payback not effectuated in whole or in part at the Delivery Point.

 

(d) In lieu of scheduling Payback Volumes, the Shipper

may elect to rectify the imbalance by either of the methods set out in

Sections 10.6 (Buying/Selling Gas) or 10.7 (Cashout).

 

(e) To the extent that KMLP's System as a whole is

essentially in balance, KMLP will not require that Shipper schedule

Payback Volumes for a specified period of time. If operationally

feasible, KMLP may defer scheduling of Payback Volumes and, if the

System cannot operationally accept Payback Volumes, KMLP may require

that scheduling of Payback Volumes be deferred. Any such action shall

be posted by KMLP on its Interactive Website.