Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

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Effective Date: 03/01/2009, Docket: RP09-257-000, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 104 Original Sheet No. 104







"Fuel Gas" means the thermal equivalent of that volume of

Gas actually used by KMLP to effect the transportation of Gas

hereunder from the Receipt Points to the Delivery Points, as

determined by KMLP. Upon initial startup and until such time as

compression may be added, the KMLP System will not include any

compression, so that KMLP will not incur or assess any Fuel Gas. Once

compression goes into service, Fuel Gas will be determined for

Compression Service pursuant to Section 36 of these General Terms and

Conditions. If compression facilities other than those for

Compression Service are placed in service, KMLP will file a separate

rate under Section 36 for Other Fuel Gas Service, different from that

determined for Compression Service under Section 36.


1.16 GAS


"Gas" shall mean combustible hydrocarbon Gas.




The term "heating value" shall mean the number of Btus per

cubic feet of Gas at the base condition of 14.73 psia 60 degrees

Fahrenheit dry. The Btu value will be determined utilizing the

complete actual composition of the Gas according to the methods in

GPA Standard 2172-96, titled "Calculation of Gross Heating Value,

Relative Density and Compressibility Factor for Natural Gas Mixtures

from Compositional Analysis," and corrected to the base conditions.

For reporting purposes, Btu conversion factors will be reported to

not less than three (3) decimal places and Pressure Base conversion

factors will be reported to not less than six (6) decimal places. For

calculation purposes, not less than six (6) decimal places will be

used for both conversion factors.




The term "Interactive Website" shall mean the interactive

internet web site maintained by KMLP for communication regarding its

transportation services in accordance with applicable Commission

Regulations and NAESB Standards, as more fully described in Section

13 of these General Terms and Conditions.