Kinder Morgan Louisiana Pipeline LLC

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

Original Sheet No. 253 Original Sheet No. 253





(b) An entity other than the Shipper may agree to take

responsibility for Operational Flow Orders on behalf of a Shipper or

a point operator or on behalf of the operator of a specified end-use

facility. To accept such responsibility, the entity must provide

KMLP with written notification which includes: (i) written consent

by the affected Shipper or operator; (ii) specification of any

limits on the entity's responsibility; (iii) the term over which the

notification is effective; and (iv) an identification of adequate

resources which will be used to support the assumption of

responsibility. Any notification or change in notification is

effective on the second Business Day after delivery to KMLP.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, KMLP may reject a notification upon

written notice to such entity and any affected Shipper if such

notification fails to comply with this Section or contains any

provision which could adversely affect implementation of an

Operational Flow Order or if the entity is not in a position to

accept responsibility either operationally or financially for

Operational Flow Orders. Such a rejection must be made by KMLP

within two (2) Business Days after the notification is tendered to

KMLP. If a notification is already in effect and KMLP reasonably

determines that the conditions for such a notification are no longer

met, KMLP may provide notice of rejection, which notice shall be

effective within five (5) days or such later time as is specified in

the notice. As part of any rejection of a notification hereunder,

KMLP shall provide to the Shipper and to the entity which submitted

the notification a written explanation of the rejection. Such

explanation must be consistent with this paragraph. If such a

notification is in effect, KMLP will direct any Operational Flow

Order within the scope of the notification to the entity agreeing to

take responsibility.


(c) Notice of an Operational Flow Order will be posted

on KMLP's Interactive Website. KMLP shall also post, as soon as

available, information about operational parameters which affect

when an Operational Flow Order will begin and end (e.g., significant

changes in pressure on any pipeline segment, status of facility

repairs, etc.). KMLP shall provide as much advance warning as

practicable of: (i) conditions which may create the need to issue an

Operational Flow Order; and (ii) the issuance, termination or

modification of an Operational Flow Order. KMLP will endeavor to

post the notice that it will issue an Operational Flow Order on its