Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 261 Original Sheet No. 261

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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36. PERIODIC RATE ADJUSTMENTS FOR LINE HEATER GAS, UNACCOUNTED

FOR GAS AND FUEL GAS

 

36.1 PURPOSE AND APPLICABILITY

 

This Section 36 establishes three periodic rate adjustment

provisions, for the recovery by KMLP of Line Heater Gas, Unaccounted

For Gas, and Fuel Gas, respectively. These adjustments result in the

Line Heater Gas Reimbursement Percentage, the Unaccounted For Gas

Reimbursement Percentage and the Fuel Gas Reimbursement

Percentage(s), as set forth on Sheet No. 8 of this Tariff. This

Section 36 specifies the procedures to be utilized in adjusting such

percentages to reflect changes in (a) Line Heater Gas per unit of

service; (b) Unaccounted For Gas per unit of service; and (c) Fuel

Gas per unit of service. All amounts for the reimbursement of Line

Heater Gas and Lost and Unaccounted For Gas and Fuel Gas shall be

recovered by KMLP in-kind by applying the percentages to the volumes

of Gas transported on its System under Rate Schedules FTS and ITS.

The amounts for the reimbursement of Fuel Gas for Compressor Service

shall be recovered by KMLP in-kind by applying the Compressor

Service Fuel Gas Reimbursement Percentage to the Compressor

Quantity. For any other compression, the reimbursement of Fuel Gas

shall be recovered by KMLP in-kind by applying an Other Fuel Gas

Reimbursement Percentage to the Other Fuel Gas Quantity. If

percentages which differ from those determined hereunder are

established for any Shipper pursuant to Section 30 of these General

Terms and Conditions (relating to Negotiated Rates or a Negotiated

Rate Formula), that contractual percentage shall be used in

determining delivery volumes for that Shipper (Equivalent Volumes,

etc).

 

36.2 DEFINITIONS

 

(a) "Line Heater Gas", "Unaccounted For Gas" and "Fuel

Gas" shall have the meanings set out in Section 1 of these General

Terms and Conditions.

 

(b) "Base Period" shall mean the twelve (12) Months

ended two (2) Months prior to the commencement of a new Recovery

Period.