Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 225 Original Sheet No. 225

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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18. PRESSURE AND DELIVERY CONDITIONS

 

18.1 RECEIPT POINT PRESSURE

 

Shipper shall deliver Gas to KMLP at up to 1100 psig for

delivery into Leg 2 and up to 1440 psig for delivery into Leg 1.

KMLP will accept all or any portion of the Gas at a pressure lower

than the 1100 psig and/or 1440 psig levels identified in the prior

sentence if it can do so operationally even though doing so may

reduce System capacity. The capacity of the KMLP System is,

however, predicated on the receipt pressures of 1100 psig and 1440

psig referenced above. In the event that Gas is received at lower

receipt pressures, KMLP's capacity as to all Shippers may be

reduced, in which event its service obligation shall be reduced

accordingly.

 

18.2 DELIVERY POINT PRESSURE

 

Unless otherwise agreed by contract, KMLP shall deliver

Gas to Shipper at the Delivery Point at the pressure available in

KMLP's pipeline at such point.

 

18.3 HOURLY TAKES

 

On any Day, Gas shall be delivered by KMLP in uniform

hourly quantities, based on Shipper's confirmed Daily nomination

quantity divided by twenty-four (24), subject to the operating

conditions on KMLP's System. At a Shipper's request, KMLP will

deviate from such uniform hourly quantities to the extent in KMLP's

judgment it can support such deviations operationally without

adversely affecting other Shippers. If, after written request by

KMLP, Shipper fails to restrict its hourly takes as specified

herein, KMLP may install and operate a load limiting device at any

Delivery Point where such failure has occurred. The cost for such

device, including the cost of installation, shall be paid by Shipper

within 30 days of its receipt of the bill therefore.