Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 125 Original Sheet No. 125





(c) The primary Receipt and Delivery Points define the

primary path(s) of an FTS Agreement, including the direction of

"forward" flow for the primary path(s), and define whether a secondary

point is "in path" or "out of path." Shippers may nominate service at

secondary points so that the direction of flow is the same as or the

opposite ("backhaul") from the primary path direction of flow, but if

the direction of flow is opposite the primary path, such nomination

shall be treated as being outside the primary path.


(d) Shipper shall have the right, subject to the

availability of capacity, to utilize on a secondary firm point basis

any Receipt or Delivery Point along Leg 1 and/or Leg 2 and the right

to utilize Leg 2 rights on a secondary firm point basis on Leg 1 and

Leg 1 capacity rights on a secondary firm point basis on Leg 2,

provided that the total quantities nominated by Shipper for

transportation do not exceed its MDQ (subject to segmenting rights set

out in Section 6.14 of these General Terms and Conditions). Such

secondary point usage, in path and out of path, shall be superior in

priority to any authorized overrun, interruptible transportation or

other non-firm service offered by KMLP.


(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Section

2.4, Shipper's primary Receipt Point capacity on Leg 2, if utilized on

a secondary point basis on Leg 1, is to be deemed "in path" (i.e. Leg

2/Leg 1 classified as either category 3 or 4 of the priorities set out

in Section 2.3 above), depending on the character of the Delivery





This Section 2.5 governs the priority of interruptible

services under Rate Schedule ITS on KMLP's System.


(a) Service under Rate Schedule ITS shall be provided to

the extent capacity is available, if any, after scheduling all of

KMLP's firm transportation service at primary and/or secondary points

and after scheduling any overrun service under Rate Schedule FTS.

KMLP may decline to schedule and/or may curtail interruptible service

for any of the following reasons:


(1) If Shipper tenders Gas which does not conform

to the applicable pressure or quality requirements of these General

Terms and Conditions;