Kinder Morgan Still Offers Upside From Here

Dec. 09, 2022 2:32 AM ETKinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI)ET, LNG, MPLX, TRP, TRP:CA, WMB7 Comments

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  • Financial results achieved by Kinder Morgan have been a bit mixed lately, but the stability of the firm is undeniable.
  • Management continues to push the company to generate robust cash flows and they seek to reward shareholders with said capital.
  • Shares are also cheap and indicate that some upside is on the table.
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Kinder Morgan headquarters in Houston, Texas, USA.

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As one of the largest energy companies in North America, with an extensive network that includes over 83,000 miles of pipelines and 141 terminals, not to mention other assets, Kinder Morgan (NYSE:

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