Kinder Morgan Illinois Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 110 Original Sheet No. 110 : Effective






(d) KMIP and a Shipper under any firm service may add

or delete primary Delivery or Receipt Points from time to time by

mutual agreement. Subject to the availability of firm capacity at

the requested point, within the limitation stated on Sections 1.5

and 1.22 hereof, and KMIP shall agree to any such change in primary

Delivery or Receipt Point to the extent such new point is within the

transportation path of the existing primary points. At other points,

KMIP shall agree to a change to the extent that firm transmission

and point capacity is available after taking into account existing

capacity commitments under other firm Agreements.


(e) Firm intra-Day nominations are entitled to bump

scheduled interruptible volumes, as defined in Sections 2.4 and 2.6,

only during the Evening and Intra-Day 1 Nomination Cycles, as

defined in Section 6.2. Firm intra-Day nominations are not entitled

to bump already scheduled firm volumes.




(a) Shippers under Rate Schedule FTS shall have the

right to use all Receipt and Delivery Points on KMIP's System, as

identified in Sections 1.5 and 1.22 hereof, as secondary Receipt and

Delivery Points. The MDQ at any secondary point shall be equal to

the aggregate MDQ. The priority of service at secondary points under

Rate Schedule FTS shall be governed by the remainder of this Section



(b) Service at the secondary Receipt and Delivery

Points shall be provided to the extent capacity is available at such

points after all nominations for primary point service under all of

KMIP's firm Agreements have been satisfied. No secondary point

service shall be provided in excess of a Shipper's secondary point

MDQ except as overrun service. Unless a capacity constraint exists

at the point, a secondary point nomination at a point within a path

created by Shipper's primary points shall be treated the same as a

nomination by Shipper at a primary point. For a secondary point

outside such a path, service at the point and service to or from the

point shall have priority over interruptible service but shall be

subordinate to nominations for primary point service. Service to or

from such a secondary point outside the path shall also be

subordinate to secondary point service within the path to the extent

both services utilize the same capacity. If a capacity constraint