Shuffling Canadian midstream: Kinder Morgan unloads assets
for Petroleum News
Just 27 months after launching a successful C$1.75 billion initial public offering, the Canadian unit of Kinder Morgan is heading for the exit door in Canada to rejoin its 70%, Houston-based parent.
Having sold the Trans Mountain pipeline assets and planned expansion to the Canadian government for C....
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