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Raymond James 33rd Annual Institutional Investor Conference
| Peter Staples | Page 17 of 11 |
March 30, 2017
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Natural Gas Pipelines Segment 2012 Growth Drivers: Growth and full year contribution on Kinder Hawk Full year contribution from Eagle Hawk and SouthTex Eagle Ford shale development (on standalone basis, and under JVs with Copano and BHP) Full year of higher throughput on Fayetteville Express (FEP) pipeline (volume ramp through 2011) West Clear Lake storage contract rollover Longer-term Growth Drivers: Natural gas is the logical fuel of choice 227 Cheap, abundant, domestic and clean Demand growth and shifting supply from multiple basins lead to: 227 Pipeline / storage expansions and extensions (e.g. Eagle Ford) 227 Greenfield development 227 Optionality of deploying portions of existing footprint in different product uses Expand service offerings to customers (e.g. treating and G&P) LNG exports Acquisitions Well- positioned in the Rockies, shales and in Texas TransColorado 2 2 KMTP KMTejas KMIGT Trailblazer 2 KMLP REX REX FEP MEP KinderHawk Eagle Ford NATURAL GAS PIPELINES NATURAL GAS STORAGE NATURAL GAS PROCESSING KM HEADQUARTERS ( 2 ) # OF FACILITIES IN AREA GAS TREATERS (KMP) 17 (KMP) __________________________ Note: excludes any impact from the proposed acquisition of El Paso by KMI