Book Is Closed on the Kinder Morgan-El Paso Merger

The $23 billion merger between Kinder Morgan and El Paso is finally complete after the new company divested $3.3 billion in Rocky Mountain assets and dropped down the pipelines from the original deal. With everything squared away, Kinder Morgan and its partners are set to snatch profits from its 75,000 miles of pipelines and numerous export terminal stations. Check out this video for more information on the Kinder Morgan family of companies and the bright future ahead.

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