Kinder Morgan (KMI) CEO Richard Kinder says the volume of natural gas liquids transported in its...


Kinder Morgan (KMI) CEO Richard Kinder says the volume of natural gas liquids transported in its pipelines rose 27% in Q2, but "not all is rosy in terms of volumes" because of problems Eagle Ford producers were having getting equipment where and when they need it. Also, with an 83% gain in cash available to pay dividends, KMI ups its quarterly dividend to $0.35/share from $0.30.

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  • bigbenorr
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    wasn't their last dividend $0.32?
    18 Jul 2012, 10:51 PM Reply Like
  • harnettdj
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    Yes but from 4 1/4's ago it was$0 .30. by my calculations that is about 16+% increase for the time on KMI inc wason the market start of .30 +0.01+.01+.03=$.35
    19 Jul 2012, 08:13 AM Reply Like
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