The El Paso acquisition is expected to be nicely accretive to KMI. As a result of this transaction and KMI’s normal expected annual growth, KMI expects its dividend per share to grow at an average annual rate of around 12.5 percent through 2015 from its budgeted 2011 dividend per share of $1.16. “We plan to update our financial guidance to include the impact of the El Paso transaction at some point around the close,” Kinder said.Tentative Election Deadline
Kinder Morgan, Inc. Increases Quarterly Dividend To $0.32 Per Share
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