Kinder Morgan Illinois Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 109 Original Sheet No. 109 : Effective






(5) To rectify imbalances or to conform physical

flows to nominations to the extent consistent with the specific Rate



(6) To maintain System integrity; or


(7) If there is a dispute over title, ownership

or right to tender or to receive gas.


Without limitation to the foregoing, KMIP shall have the right to

reduce receipts or deliveries of natural gas on any Day below

Shipper's MDQ to permit maintenance, repair, overhaul, replacement,

or construction of pipelines, compressors, metering, regulating, or

other transmission facilities and equipment, or to maintain System

integrity; provided, however, that with respect to routine repair

and maintenance, KMIP will attempt to schedule such activity during

a period when it will not result in curtailment to firm services, or

when such curtailment will be minimized, after consulting with the

Shippers which could be affected.


(b) For the purposes of scheduling and curtailing gas,

all firm services shall have priority within MDQ over all

interruptible services. All firm services at primary points shall

have equal priority to KMIP's System capacity. Service requested at

secondary points shall have the priority described in Section 2.3.

To the extent capacity does not exist to provide for all volumes

nominated by Shippers on a firm basis within MDQ at primary points

and along any path defined by primary points under all firm Rate

Schedules, scheduling and curtailment shall be pro rata based on MDQ

on any portion of KMIP's System affected by a capacity constraint.


(c) For Shippers under all firm services, KMIP shall

provide notice of any curtailment or of any scheduling restriction

as far in advance as feasible. KMIP shall attempt to provide at

least two (2) Days' prior notice, unless more timely action is

necessary to respond to a Force Majeure situation, to balance the

Agreement to the extent consistent with the applicable Rate

Schedule, or to maintain System integrity.