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El Paso Pipeline Partners, L.P. (EPB)

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  • Nov. 20, 2014, 2:09 PM
    • Kinder Morgan (KMI -0.9%) confirms that shareholders and unitholders at KMI, Kinder Morgan Partners (NYSE:KMP), Kinder Morgan Management (NYSE:KMR) and El Paso Pipeline (NYSE:EPB) approved all proposals related to bringing all four pipeline companies under one roof.
    • KMI also projects a 16% dividend increase to $2/share for 2015, and expects to grow the dividend by ~10%/year during 2015-20 while producing excess coverage of more than $2B.
    | Nov. 20, 2014, 2:09 PM | 109 Comments
  • Aug. 10, 2014, 9:37 PM
    • Consolidating its oil-and-gas pipeline empire into a single company, Kinder Morgan (NYSE:KMI) will purchase Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (NYSE:KMP), Kinder Morgan Management (NYSE:KMR), and El Paso Pipeline Partners (NYSE:EPB).
    • The MLP structure is limiting, says Richard Kinder. Combining the four companies into one unit "will allow us to further expand the reach of the kind of projects we can do."
    • KMP unitholders will receive 2.1931 KMI shares and $10.77 in cash for each KMP unit, or $89.98, a 12% premium to Friday's close (based on KMI's Friday close).
    • KMR shareholders will receive 2.4849 KMI share for each share of KMR, or $89.75, a 16.5% premium to Friday's close (based on KMI's Friday close).
    • EPB unitholders will receive .9451 KMI shares and $4.65 in cash for each EPB unit, or $38.79, a 15.4% premium to Friday's close (based on KMI's Friday close).
    • In conjunction with the deal, KMI expects a $2 annual dividend in 2015, a 16% boost to 2014's anticipated payout. The dividend is expected to grow about 10% per year through 2020.
    • A conference call is set for Monday morning at 8:30 ET.
    • Press release
    | Aug. 10, 2014, 9:37 PM | 194 Comments
  • Apr. 28, 2014, 4:34 PM
    • El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB) agrees to acquire natural gas assets from Kinder Morgan (KMI) for ~$2B, including ~$1B of debt.
    • Ultimately, EPB is acquiring a 50% interest in Ruby Pipeline, 50% interest in Gulf LNG and 47.5% interest in Young Gas Storage.
    • EPB, which is purchasing the assets at ~9x 2013 EBITDA, says the deal will be immediately accretive to its earnings; EPB plans to fund most of the purchase via equity or debt issuances and/or borrowings under its revolving credit facility.
    • EPB -1.9%, KMI +0.2% AH.
    | Apr. 28, 2014, 4:34 PM | 15 Comments
  • May 18, 2012, 8:20 AM
    El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB) agrees to acquire Cheyenne Plains Pipeline and additional interest in Colorado Interstate Gas from El Paso Corp. (EP) for $635M and the assumption of ~$242M of proportional debt. The transaction, expected to close along side Kinder Morgan's acquisition of EP, will be immediately accretive to distributable cash flow.
    | May 18, 2012, 8:20 AM | Comment!
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Company Description
El Paso Pipeline Partners LP owns and operates interstate natural gas transportation and terminaling facilities. The pipelines that the company owns are WIC, SLNG, Elba Express, SNG, CIG, SLC and CPG.