October 2011, Vol. 238 No. 10

Features

$38B El Paso-Kinder Morgan Deal: How They Got Here, What's Next

In a deal that will have enormous ramifications for the pipeline industry, Kinder Morgan, Inc. has announced plans to buy El Paso Corp. for $38 billion. If it goes through, the deal will create the largest midstream energy enterprise company as well as: -The largest natural gas pipeline network in North America. -The fourth-largest energy company in North America with an enterprise value of $94 billion and 80,000 miles of pipelines. -The largest independent transporter of petroleum products in the United States, and -The largest transporter of CO-2 in the United States and the largest independent terminal owner/operator in the United States. The deal is indicative of the expl

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