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- owns largest network of oil pipelines- pipes are cheaper and safer to transport oil than truck- natural gas play
Cold winters, hot summers, electricity from natural gas. All of that moves through Kinder's pipes. Volume moved correlates to profits, volume on steady rise.
Had a dip due to a negative news article. Strong fundamentals, strong history, strong management. Strong dividend payer.
Everybody in the world needs fuels and KMI is one of the largest movers of fuel. If the world economy were to begin to move up more vigorously, the need for fuels of any type would be in greater demand, thus KMI would benefit. And also, KMI has a great dividend and will probably grow in the years ahead.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners has a backlog of $14.8 billion of major projects already lined up, and this is on top of the Kinder Morgan family stating that it will either meet or exceed financial expectations this year. Through its ownership of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners units, Kinder Morgan has a bright future ahead of it. Through 4 additional Jones Act tankers to add to its fleet of 5, the Tennessee Gas pipeline conversion, the 100,000 bpd mini-refinery, and various project completions up in Canada, Kinder Morgan's payout has no where to go but up.
It seems 25-50% undervalued for now. Plus, it is a monopoly extractor with insider buying at higher prices.
Growing natural gas usage
Gas Tollway . Nuff said !
Insider ownership, market share, widest of moats 52 week low as of yesterday and great dividend. Wait until americans realize what they are sitting on. This stock will soar...
natural gas is very big
Gas and oil produced in the USA needs to move.
energy boom will continue in the US over the next 4 yrs.
CEO bought $6.4 million worth at $32.09
Beaten down for some bad press. Doesn't change the business, and pipeline businesses are some of the best models. Especially with domestic energy in a secular bull market.
ceo is buying. great business model. hard working staff
CEO takes $1 salary and owns 28% stake, he will increase dividends because that's how he makes money too.
with current holding and future plans I believe KMI has potential to move up from here
The pipeline is a strong moat!
Management is strong and invested in the company. Any CEO who takes $1 in salary has in interest aligned with shareholders.
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