You keep posting variations on the same comment. Unfortunately for you, your comment is irrelevant. WMB's assets are not "depreciating" and their asset value is not declining. It is clear you do not understand valuation of energy companies.
Based on ETE bid of .9358 shares, WMB should be at 56.48. IMO, this suggests the market is not optimistic about any deal getting done.
Hoping you are right, Poochie. But hopefully, ETE knows they have to sweeten the deal so that the new price would be at least a couple of bucks over $64.
It will help about half the current low wage earners. The other half will lose their jobs due to outsourcing, automation or just a reduction in staff. The NET result will be a negative for KSS.