Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (KMP)

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 +Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (KMP) is the largest independent owner and operator of petroleum product pipelines in the U.S., transporting more than two million barrels per day of gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, and natural gas liquids. The partnership also has a capacity to transport 9 billion cubic feet/day of natural gas. It owns or operates more than 27,000 miles of pipelines and approximately 145 terminals. The partnership's terminals handle over 80 million tons of coal and other bulk materials annually and have a liquids storage capacity of about 70 million barrels for petroleum products and chemicals. The partnership is also the largest carbon dioxide marketer and transporter in the country.
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 +The partnership divides its operations in four business segments: Product Pipelines (projected to contribute approximately 27% of the partnership's 2007 distributable cash flows), Natural Gas Pipelines (25%), Carbon Dioxide Pipelines (28% - CO2), and Terminals (20%). Knight Inc. (formerly Kinder Morgan, Inc.), one of the largest mid-stream energy companies in the U.S., owns the partnership's general partner interest and also maintains a roughly 10% limited partnership interest.

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Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. (KMP) is the largest independent owner and operator of petroleum product pipelines in the U.S., transporting more than two million barrels per day of gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, and natural gas liquids. The partnership also has a capacity to transport 9 billion cubic feet/day of natural gas. It owns or operates more than 27,000 miles of pipelines and approximately 145 terminals. The partnership's terminals handle over 80 million tons of coal and other bulk materials annually and have a liquids storage capacity of about 70 million barrels for petroleum products and chemicals. The partnership is also the largest carbon dioxide marketer and transporter in the country.

The partnership divides its operations in four business segments: Product Pipelines (projected to contribute approximately 27% of the partnership's 2007 distributable cash flows), Natural Gas Pipelines (25%), Carbon Dioxide Pipelines (28% - CO2), and Terminals (20%). Knight Inc. (formerly Kinder Morgan, Inc.), one of the largest mid-stream energy companies in the U.S., owns the partnership's general partner interest and also maintains a roughly 10% limited partnership interest.

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