Kinder Morgan Illinois Pipeline LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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

Original Sheet No. 233 Original Sheet No. 233 : Effective






(1) Increase or decrease the supply mix of



(2) Shift receipts to obtain better capacity

balance between pipeline systems;


(3) Change Receipt or Delivery Points;


(4) Change usage patterns (e.g., end users

switch to alternate fuels);


(5) Provide assistance from market area



(6) Activate pre-negotiated voluntary

arrangements under which gas is diverted from one Shipper to another

or from a non-Shipper to a Shipper (which arrangements may specify

appropriate compensation);


(7) Reconcile transportation imbalances; and/or


(8) Such other voluntary action as would tend to

alleviate or forestall the situation.


(c) KMIP may also take actions within its control

which might tend to alleviate or forestall the situation. Such

actions may include the following:


(1) Advise any Shipper which is not maintaining

receipts and deliveries in balance that such imbalances must not

continue; or


(2) Take such other actions as are within KMIP's

control and discretion to alleviate or forestall the situation.




(a) (1) In the event that the Advisory Actions under

Section 32.5 are not sufficient to alleviate conditions, inter alia,

which threaten or could threaten the safe operations or integrity of

KMIP's System or to maintain operations required to provide

efficient and reliable firm service, KMIP is authorized to issue

Operational Flow Orders. Notwithstanding the foregoing, KMIP shall

take reasonable actions to minimize the issuance and the adverse

impact of Operational Flow Orders, or of any other measure taken

under this Section 32 in response to adverse operational events on