Kinder Morgan Illinois Pipeline LLC

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Effective Date: 02/22/2009, Docket: RP09-243-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 183 First Revised Sheet No. 183

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 183





(f) (1) The Releasing Shipper may withdraw its posted

Capacity Release Request during an open season under this Section 15

where unanticipated circumstances justify and no minimum bid has been

received; following the close of the open season, a Releasing Shipper may

not reject a winning Qualified Bid.


(2) Request shall be binding until written or electronic

notice of withdrawal is received by KMIP.


(3) Notice of a withdrawal of a Capacity Release Request

must be delivered to KMIP's Interactive Website or via EDI no later than

the end of the open season for the Capacity Release Request.


(g) A Replacement Shipper or Subreplacement Shipper may

release the capacity under the provisions of this Section 14 (except as

prohibited by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Regulations).


(h) Any Capacity Release Request not in compliance with this

Section 14.5 and the other provisions of KMIP's Tariff shall be null and

void and, even if posted, may be removed from KMIP's Interactive Website

by KMIP at any time.




An open season is not required for: (a) a Prearranged Release

for more than one (1) year at the maximum reservation charge applicable

to the capacity being released, (b) a Short-term Prearranged Release, (c)

a Prearranged Asset Manager Release, as defined in Section 14.2(g)(i)

hereof or (d) a Prearranged Release to a Marketer Participating in a

State-Regulated Retail Access Program, as defined in Section 14(g)(ii)

hereof. A Capacity Release Request which is not subject to an open season

need only contain the information required in Sections 14.4(a) and (b).

Such Capacity Release Request must be delivered to KMIP's Interactive

Website (or in writing for posting on KMIP's Interactive Website if

KMIP's Interactive Website is unavailable for receiving Capacity Release

Requests) sufficiently in advance so that the release may become

effective under Section 14.9 before the release transaction is to

commence. A Releasing Shipper may not rollover, extend or in any way

continue a Short-term Prearranged Release, exempt from bidding under

subsection (b) hereof, with the same Replacement or Subreplacement

Shipper until twenty-eight (28) days after the Short-term Prearranged

Release has ended unless the Releasing Shipper complies with the Capacity

Release Request provisions in Sections 14.3 and 14.4, or the re-release

qualifies for any of the other exemptions from bidding, referenced in

subsections (a), (c) or (d) hereof.