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Kinder Morgan Inc. - jetzt auch an der Börse


WKN: A1H6GK | Symbol: KMI
15,120
16.11.18
Stuttgart
+0,93 %
+0,140 EUR

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Nachdem KM energy PArtners und KM Management schon lange als MLP's am Markt waren, ist seit Herbst auch die Inc. als reguläre Aktie notiert.

Habe heute mal meine KMP in KMI getauscht.
Kinder Morgan owns or operates more than 38,000 miles of pipelines and approximately 185 terminals in North America. Our companies include Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI), Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE: KMP), and Kinder Morgan Management, LLC (NYSE: KMR).

Kinder Morgan has a large footprint of diversified and strategically located assets, and we are a market leader in most of our businesses. For example, in North America, we are:


The largest independent transporter of refined petroleum products
The second largest transporter of natural gas in the U.S.
The largest independent terminal operator
The largest transporter and marketer of CO2
The second largest oil producer in Texas
The only oilsands pipeline serving Vancouver B.C./Washington state
Almost all of our assets are owned by KMP, one of the largest publicly traded pipeline master limited partnerships. KMP is comprised of five business segments - Natural Gas Pipelines, Products Pipelines, CO2, Terminals and Kinder Morgan Canada.

We have been executing the same strategy since 1997. Our business model is simple. We own, operate, expand, build and acquire primarily midstream energy assets that provide a return substantially in excess of our capital costs, and then we distribute that excess to our limited partners and general partner.

We have minimal exposure to commodity price volatility because we typically don't own the energy products that we transport, store or handle. As a result, our businesses are relatively stable and our fee-based assets have consistently generated superb cash flow in all types of market conditions. Where we do own the commodity, such as in our CO2 business, we hedge to lessen the impact of price swings.

Our business model has worked well and KMP has delivered a compound average annual return of 26 percent to unitholders over the past 14 years. In addition to delivering value to our unitholders, our focus is on operating our assets safely to protect the public and the environment. We spend millions of dollars each year on integrity management programs and maintenance to operate our assets safely.

At Kinder Morgan, we pride ourselves on being a different kind of energy company. What makes us different?

It starts at the top with Chairman and CEO Richard D. Kinder, who earns a salary of $1 per year and does not receive a bonus, stock options or restricted stock grants. As a shareholder/unitholder, Kinder's financial rewards are directly aligned with the company's investors - if the company does well, he does well.

We also eliminate unnecessary overhead expenses such as corporate aircraft, sponsorships, sports tickets and executive perks. In addition, we cap senior executives' base salaries far below industry standards. Their financial incentives, such as bonuses, are tied directly to the performance of the company and their own personal performances.

Kinder Morgan has been conducting its business transparently long before it became a corporate buzz word. To our knowledge, we are the only S&P 500 company that publishes its annual budget on its web site, which enables investors and others to follow our progress throughout the year. We also post our environmental, health and safety (EHS) performance on our web site. KMP continues to outperform the industry averages in most EHS categories.

Kinder Morgan does not have a Political Action Committee (PAC), nor do we make any political contributions. Any political contributions made by executives or employees are made individually as private citizens with their own personal money.

KMR is a limited partner in and manages and controls the business and affairs of KMP. KMR has no properties and its success is dependent upon its operation and management of KMP and KMP's resulting performance.

KMI owns the general partner and limited partner units in KMP. KMI also owns 20 percent of and operates Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America (NGPL), which serves the high-demand Chicago market.

Kinder Morgan has approximately 8,000 employees and has a combined enterprise value of approximately $65 billion.
19.01.2012 Energieunternehmen Kinder Morgan erhöht die Dividende um 3,3 Prozent

Das Energieunternehmen Kinder Morgan (ISIN: US49456B1017, NYSE: KMI) wird eine Dividende in Höhe von 0,31 US-Dollar ausschütten. Zuvor wurden 0,30 US-Dollar ausbezahlt. Auf das Jahr hochgerechnet beträgt die Dividende somit zukünftig 1,24 US-Dollar. Beim derzeitigen Börsenkurs von 32,83 US-Dollar liegt die aktuelle Dividendenrendite somit bei 3,66 Prozent.

Kinder Morgan ist ein amerikanischer Energiekonzern mit Firmensitz in Houston im Bundesstaat Texas. Das Unternehmen produziert Strom und liefert darüber hinaus Erdgas und Erdöl. Insgesamt werden Pipelines auf einer Länge von 37.000 Meilen betrieben. Zu den Unternehmen zählen Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI), Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE: KMP) und Kinder Morgan Management, LLC (NYSE: KMR).

Im Herbst 2011 gab der Gaspipeline-Betreiber den Kauf des Rivalen El Paso für insgesamt 38 Milliarden US-Dollar bekannt. Dadurch soll der viertgrößte US-Energiekonzern überhaupt entstehen.
Hallo!

Du musst das für uns grungsätzlich anders sehen. Eine Limited Partnerschip ist steuerlich anders zu behandeln, wird bei Euch in Germanien kaum anders sein als in Ösiland. Du bekommst bei einer LP KEINE Div, der Gewinn wird verteilt(distributed). Du zahlst 35% US-Einkommenssteuer, keine KEST. Es kann nichts refundiert werden. Du wirst zum Unternehmer im Ausland. Das bedeuted, Du hast ausländische Einkünfte und kannst Dir die 35% US Steuer voll abziehen. Wennst dann noch so ein LP auf Kreide kaufst sind die Zinsen ebenfalls abziehbar. Und wennst es richtig anstellst zahlst 0, das bedeuted, unsere Finanz refundiert Dir die US Einkommenssteuer, einfach IRR. Werde das für 2011 für meine ETE mal durchziehen. Hab ich desshalb ende 2010 gekauft, auf Kreide.
Noch ein Unterschied AG zu LP, zumindest in Ösiland. Die Wertzuwachssteuer gibt es für LP nicht. LG entspricht rein rechtlich unsere KG.

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Dividendenabstauber
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 42.620.700 von Dividendenabstauber am 20.01.12 07:48:04Verstehe ich das richtig?

Man kann die US-Steuer zurückbekommen?


Das wäre neu für mich.



Ansonsten habe ich eine ganze Reihe MLP's (ETE, ETP, Regencey, Cheniere, EP, ...) und bin mit der Handhabung auf deutscher Seite vertraut.

Mir wird lediglich bei einigen schwindeling, wenn ich mir die Bilanzqualität anschaue...
Energieunternehmen Kinder Morgan erhöht die Dividende um 9 Prozent

Das Energieunternehmen Kinder Morgan (ISIN: US49456B1017, NYSE: KMI) wird am 15. August 2012 eine Dividende in Höhe von 0,35 US-Dollar ausschütten. Im Vorquartal wurden 0,32 US-Dollar ausbezahlt. Auf das Jahr hochgerechnet beträgt die Dividende somit zukünftig 1,40 US-Dollar. Beim derzeitigen Börsenkurs von 35,39 US-Dollar liegt die aktuelle Dividendenrendite somit bei 3,95 Prozent.

Kinder Morgan ist ein amerikanischer Energiekonzern mit Firmensitz in Houston im Bundesstaat Texas. Das Unternehmen produziert Strom und liefert darüber hinaus Erdgas und Erdöl. Insgesamt werden Pipelines auf einer Länge von 37.000 Meilen betrieben. Zu den Unternehmen zählen Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI), Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE: KMP) und Kinder Morgan Management, LLC (NYSE: KMR).

Im Herbst 2011 gab der Gaspipeline-Betreiber den Kauf des Rivalen El Paso für insgesamt 38 Milliarden US-Dollar bekannt. Dadurch entstand der viertgrößte US-Energiekonzern überhaupt.

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der chat ist ein wenig verwaist - ist noch jemand investiert und kann mir aus heutiger sicht noch hinweise geben?
gruß dukati
KMI Cash Available to Pay Dividends up 21% over 2012
Dividend 11% Higher Than Fourth Quarter 2012


HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 15, 2014-- Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI) today reported fourth quarter cash available to pay dividends of $482 million, an increase of 10 percent from $439 million for the comparable period in 2012. For the full year, KMI reported cash available to pay dividends of $1.713 billion, up 21 percent from $1.411 billion in 2012 and exceeding its published annual budget of $1.632 billion.

The board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.41 per share ($1.64 annualized), which is payable on Feb. 18, 2014, to shareholders of record as of Jan. 31, 2014. This represents an increase of 11 percent from the fourth quarter 2012 cash dividend per share of $0.37 ($1.48 annualized).

Chairman and CEO Richard D. Kinder said, “KMI had an excellent fourth quarter and year. Growth was driven by continued outstanding performance at Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP) highlighted by the strong results produced by the assets it acquired through the Copano and El Paso transactions, and a full year of contributions from El Paso Pipeline Partners (EPB). As a result, KMI met its revised target to declare a dividend of $1.60 per share for the full year and actually generated $1.65 per share in cash available per share outstanding. Looking ahead, we believe that our large footprint of diversified assets will continue to generate stable, attractive risk-adjusted returns to our investors. We are excited about 2014, and currently have identified approximately $14.8 billion in expansion and joint venture investments at KMP and EPB that we are confident will come to fruition and drive growth at KMI for years to come. We are also pursuing customer commitments for many more projects.”

Outlook

As previously announced, KMI expects to declare dividends of $1.72 per share for 2014, an 8 percent increase over its 2013 declared dividend of $1.60 per share. Growth in 2014 is expected to be driven by continued strong performance at KMP and contributions from EPB.

The growth at KMI from KMP and EPB will be partially offset by the loss of income from the 2013 and expected 2014 sales (dropdowns) of certain assets to KMP and EPB. Subject to appropriate board approvals, KMI expects to drop down its 50 percent interest in Ruby Pipeline, its 50 percent interest in Gulf LNG and its 47.5 percent interest in Young Gas Storage to EPB during 2014.

The boards of directors of the Kinder Morgan companies approved the 2014 budgets at the January board meeting, and the budgets will be discussed in detail during the company’s annual analyst conference on Jan. 29, 2014, in Houston. The conference starts at 8 a.m. CT and will be webcast live.

Other News

KMI repurchased 5.2 million shares of its common stock during the fourth quarter for approximately $172 million. KMI has fully utilized the $350 million share and warrant repurchase program authorized by the board of directors in July of 2013 and has $94 million remaining on the $250 million authorized by the board in October of 2013 for share and warrant repurchase.
Kinder Morgan is the largest midstream and the third largest energy company in North America with a combined enterprise value of approximately $110 billion. It owns an interest in or operates approximately 80,000 miles of pipelines and 180 terminals. Its pipelines transport natural gas, gasoline, crude oil, CO2 and other products, and its terminals store petroleum products and chemicals and handle such products as ethanol, coal, petroleum coke and steel. Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI) owns the general partner interests of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE: KMP) and El Paso Pipeline Partners, L.P. (NYSE: EPB), along with limited partner interests in KMP and EPB and shares in Kinder Morgan Management, LLC (NYSE: KMR). For more information please visit www.kindermorgan.com.
ich verfolge nun schon einige Zeit die Firma und bin mir über eines noch nicht so richtig klar geworden, KMI schüttet scheinbar seinen gesamten Gewinn aus - doch woher nehmen sie Geld für evtl. weitere Käufe oder Schuldenabbau?
Hat da jemand Erklärungen oder sehe ich wieder einmal den Wald vor lauter Bäumen nicht?
Ostergrüße an alle Investierten,
dukati


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