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December 4, 2012
06:03 EDTKMIKinder Morgan releases financial expectations for FY13
Kinder Morgan announced its preliminary 2013 projections for Kinder Morgan (KMI), Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP), Kinder Morgan Management (KMR) and El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB). Company stated, "We anticipate strong growth in 2013 across the Kinder Morgan family of companies. KMI's growth is driven primarily by its ownership of the general partners of KMP and EPB. The majority of our assets resides at KMP and EPB. KMR is financially equivalent to KMP, but does not own any assets. Kinder Morgan primarily owns or operates a diversified portfolio of fee-based energy assets that generate substantial cash flow in virtually all types of market conditions. With our large footprint of midstream assets in North America, we are confident that Kinder Morgan is well positioned for future growth." KMI expects to declare dividends of $1.57 per share for 2013. This represents a 16% increase over KMI's 2012 budget target of $1.35 per share and a 12% increase over the $1.40 per share of dividends it expects to declare for 2012. Growth at KMI in 2013 is expected to be driven by continued strong performance at KMP, along with contributions from EPB and the natural gas assets that KMI acquired in the El Paso Corporation transaction. KMP expects to declare cash distributions of $5.28 per unit for 2013, a 6% increase over its 2012 budget target of $4.98 per unit, which it expects to meet. KMP's 2013 budget projection includes the expected purchase of 50% of El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline and a 50% stake in midstream assets from KMI, which would give KMP 100 percent ownership of these assets.
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June 24, 2015
15:47 EDTKMIBankers see Energy Transfer having upper hand for Williams, dealReporter says
Energy industry bankers believe Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) has a good chance of winning its hostile bid for Williams (WMB), with one guessing Williams is likely to sell at a higher offer, but still to Energy Transfer, and another believing Energy Transfer will likely have to tweak the offer terms to change Williamsí mind, said dealReporter, according to contacts. Both bankers referenced in the report said other suitors are likely to emerge, with Kinder Morgan (KMI) and Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) named as being "equally capable" of pursuing a deal.

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