Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission

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Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission was a natural gas pipeline system that brought gas from the Rocky Mountains into Missouri and Nebraska, where it joins other pipes to go on towards the Midwest. Prior to being purchased by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, it was named KN Energy and Kansas Nebraska Pipeline. Its FERC code is 53.[1]

In 2012, Tallgrass Energy Partners (FERC code 1007) bought this pipeline[1] (See Tallgrass Interstate Gas Transmission).

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  1. ^ "Tallgrass Energy Partners, LP to Acquire Significant Midstream Assets from Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P.," Business Wire, August 20, 2012, http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120820005469/en/Tallgrass-Energy-Partners-LP-Acquire-Significant-Midstream#.U-arzY10zD0.

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