Kinder Morgan Illinois Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 197 Original Sheet No. 197 : Effective






KMIP sends Internet E-mail notification for recalling of capacity to

each affected Replacement Shipper, the subject line of the E-mail

should include the following information separated by commas in the

following order: (1) "Recall", (2) the recall notification period,

(3) the Effected Date in YYYYMMDD format, (4) KMIP's name or

abbreviation (excluding commas), and (5) KMIP's D-U-N-S number. The

body of such E-mail notification is to contain at least the affected

Replacement Shipper's Contract Number, the quantity of capacity

being recalled, and the Offer Number or Award Number, if necessary

to uniquely identify the capacity being recalled. For recalls that

are effective at non-standard times, the appropriate recall

notification period is to be included in the subject line and the

effective time of the recall is to be in the body of the E-mail. If

KMIP allows capacity recall notification mechanisms in addition to

Internet E-mail, the notification is to include at least the same

level of information. Affected Replacement Shippers are to manage

internal distribution of notifications of recall received from KMIP.


(2) The Releasing Shipper shall provide capacity

recall notification to KMIP through KMIP's Interactive Website. The

Releasing Shipper shall provide notice to its affected Replacement

Shipper at the same time it provides notification to KMIP. The

recall notification must specify the recall notification period for

the specified effective Day, as well as any other information needed

to uniquely identify the capacity being recalled. The mode of

notification is to be mutually agreed upon between the Releasing and

the Replacement Shipper.


(3) All recalled capacity notices must indicate

whether penalties will apply for the Day for which quantities are

reduced due to a capacity recall.




In the event of an intra-Day capacity recall, KMIP

shall determine the allocation of capacity between the Releasing

Shipper and the Replacement Shipper(s) based upon the Elapsed

Prorata Capacity (EPC). In any recall notification provided to

KMIP, the quantity should be expressed in terms of the adjusted

total released capacity entitlements based upon EPC. EPC means that

portion of the capacity that would have theoretically been available

for use prior to the effective time of the intraday recall based