Opponents of Kinder Morgan Inc.’s 2 Bcf/d Permian Highway Pipeline (PHP) to move natural gas supply to the Gulf Coast failed to show a level of harm to require a restraining order to halt construction, a U.S. district court judge said Friday.
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Coming off a strong quarter of growth in its natural gas business, Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) remains poised to capture value from connecting the sources of supply and demand burgeoning on either side of Texas.
U.S. natural gas is about to enter a cycle of structural oversupply and demand stagnation, which in turn should reduce prices, according to Morgan Stanley.
Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) turned in a loss for the third quarter — its first for the year — as it was dinged by a partial writedown of its interest in Midcontinent Express Pipeline (MEP) and expenses associated with the sale of a half-stake in the Southern Natural Gas (SNG) system. Lower commodity prices hurt the carbon dioxide (CO2) business.
Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) was in the process Tuesday afternoon of conducting a damage assessment of its pipeline facilities following a fire near the King Ranch gas processing plant in Kleberg County, TX. The plant is operated by Energy Transfer Partners.
Kinder Morgan Inc. CEO Rich Kinder didn’t see the shale revolution coming, not for U.S. natural gas, nor for crude oil, the CEO confided at the IHS CERAWeek conference last week during a discussion with IHS Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin.
The Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) said Kinder Morgan Inc., citing oil prices, has withdrawn its right-of-way application for the Lobos Pipeline, a 216-mile carbon dioxide (CO2) pipeline that would have traversed New Mexico and served producers in the Permian Basin.
With its flagship master limited partnership (MLP) too large to grow revenue and investor distributions, Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI) is abandoning the master limited partnership structure and consolidating its businesses into one corporate entity.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP is in talks with the owner of a Louisiana shipyard on the Mississippi River about possibly redeveloping the site.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP’s Kinder Morgan Cochin LLC unit has agreed with NOVA Chemicals Corp. to develop a 210-mile, 10-inch diameter products pipeline from the Utica Shale to Michigan, where it would feed Kinder’s Cochin Pipeline.