FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Kinder Morgan Defends Pipeline
Myke Feinman Refine Fuels Reporter
Wed Feb 5, 2014 12:04 PM CST

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Kinder Morgan said the current tight supply of propane, particularly in the upper Midwest, is not a result of its Cochin pipeline system operations.

"The current issues in the propane market are not a result of the Cochin pipeline system's capacity or operations, and we stand ready to provide additional transportation and terminaling services to our shipper-customers to meet the propane needs in the markets they serve," the company said in a statement Friday, Jan. 31.

Kinder Morgan owns and operates the Cochin Pipeline System, which consists of a 1,900-mile, 12-inch multi-product pipeline operating between Fort ...

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