Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

Original Volume No. 1

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

Original Sheet No. 128 Original Sheet No. 128





(2) If a Shipper which has been deficient in

payment hereunder is again deficient in payment within six (6) Months

after the prior deficiency, then KMLP may suspend service to such

Shipper within five (5) Business Days after providing notice hereunder

unless Shipper remedies the deficiency within that time period.


(3) A Shipper shall not be obligated to pay any

reservation or demand charges for suspended service attributable to

the period when that service is suspended.


(b) In addition to suspension, KMLP may terminate

service if the Shipper fails to remedy a delinquency in payment. Any

such termination requires thirty (30) days' prior notice to Shipper

and to the Commission. To avoid termination, the Shipper must remedy

the deficiency within this notice period. Such notice may be given

simultaneously with the initial notice under Section 2.8(a)(1) of

these General Terms and Conditions.


(c) In the event of a good faith billing dispute,

withholding of payment for the amount in dispute by Shipper shall not

be considered a delinquency in payment, consistent with Section 11 of

these General Terms and Conditions, and will not result in suspension

or termination of service.


(d) KMLP may not take any action under this Section 2.8

which conflicts with any order of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.