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Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI)

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16.22+0.35 (+2.21%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

16.40 +0.18 (1.11%)
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  • S
    Steven
    Including all the dividends I have received over the last 6 years, I am back to ‘break even.’ Hope we continue to go up.
    Bullish
  • j
    johnson
    oil stocks up big. Tech down big. The big reversion is happening now.
  • P
    Paul
    Financial Engineering.
    Question for those with insight into KMI's debt profile.
    Total debt, although improved from a couple years ago, is in my opinion the single major headwind for the company. Large and even growing debt can be tolerated in the investment world as long as the company is growing earnings. The core of our problem now is flat to slightly negative earnings growth projections..
    -- Does anyone know the 'blended' cost of debt?
    -- Are we near any threshold that could result in debt upgrades?
    -- Has KMI done all that it could to refinance in long term bond market to take fullest advantage of still very attractive long term rates?
    Company is stuck in a rut and some fundamental debt restructuring may be the way out? Other than paying down debt, earnings calls have little to say about this major cost.
  • U
    Unnamed
    KMI going up.
    Bullish
  • W
    Wiselama
    The Moody's rating on the Ruby pipeline would appear to be an "opportunity knocks" situation for KMI...

    They may be able to pick up the remainder at a discount...

    Remember... KMI had said the only real growth is through acquisition... what better growth is there than to pick up the remainder of an asset you already have an interest in at a discount...
  • W
    Wiselama
    Al... name all the pipeline companies that have preformed better than KMI over the past 12 Months...

    You inferred there were many... I bet I can name three with worse returns for every one that you can post that is better.

    Are you up to the challenge?🤔😂
  • W
    W Michael
    KMI was in the 20s alittle over a yr ago(before pandemic). With the coming reopening of society this has much room to run with the energy sector making its come back....looking for a good entry point! Sniper mode 😎
  • A
    Al
    KMI already disclosed that Ruby is hurting them. They have 3 alternatives. The one they pick could tell you something about the management and direction. KMI owns 50%. They could hold, sell or buy the other 50%. Ruby is a relatively new pipeline, so there could be some interest if they sell. The pipeline they recently sold was relatively new - 10 years old. I’m guessing that the age of these pipelines is going to be an important, complicating factor. No one will want an older pipeline, so KMI is stuck with those assets. I think that’s why they need cash. If so, watch cap ex relative to new projects.
  • d
    db2-7
    16 today, tomorrow to the MOON!
  • n
    nigel
    in NZ use to operate cars on dual fuel system, start car on gasoline and run on cng tank in trunk of car. 1/2 running cost of gasoline. so much ng in TX, it's wonder they don't used cng to run cars here.
  • W
    White
    Appaloosa in midstream including KMI. Always liked Tepper, smart guy.
  • j
    johnson
    We are officially below the 5 year average for natural gas storage. Bullish sign.

    https://ir.eia.gov/ngs/ngs.html
    Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report - EIA
    Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report - EIA
    ir.eia.gov
  • C
    Common Sense
    $3.50 and I go from red to green. Let's do it by July.
  • j
    josh n
    Resistance at $16 has been very consistent
  • c
    chris
    When and if ( unless I already missed announcement) will KMI announce dividend increase? Thank you
  • d
    db2-7
    Just wondering if you people think there may be consolidation/buyouts in the pipeline sector? Who would be the most likely candidate. Currently I own KMI, OKE, and WMB.
  • R
    Rick
    WOW! We hit 16 this morning, on the way to 20!
  • C
    Coco P
    Kinder Morgan and Brookfield Infrastructure (BIP) announce minority interest sale in Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America

    Kinder Morgan and Brookfield Infrastructure Partners have agreed to sell a 25% minority interest in Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America (NGPL) to a fund controlled by ArcLight Capital for $830 mln. The proceeds will be shared equally between KMI and Brookfield Infrastructure.
    The value of the minority interest implies an enterprise value of approx. $5.2 bln for NGPL, which is approx. 11.2x 2020 EBITDA. Upon closing, KMI and Brookfield Infrastructure will each hold a 37.5% interest in NGPL, and KMI will continue to operate the pipeline.
  • d
    db2-7
    Really need to bounce back into the low 15's tomorrow and then continue moving higher.
  • D
    David
    If most KMI pipelines are fully subscribe by contract and a large majority of the contracts are pay-whether-used-or-not .... it doesn’t seem the current situation would move the earning needle much. Due to much less gasoline consumption (refinery issues/roads with snow) less petroleum products to be moved and probably some hedging one could conclude there would be less of an effect to KMI price. Maybe there is a positive with less likelihood of a contract default by a customer. I think most of any move made by KMI would be (1) dividends and to a lessor extent (2) debt reduction. Unless there is a source of higher DCF per share this is a range bound stock. I could be wrong ... I couldn’t tell the difference between butter or Chiffon Margerine!!!