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A Kinder cut

3 February 2011 By Christopher Swann

The U.S. pipeline giant’s steady yields are all the rage, and investors will probably lap up shares when Kinder Morgan goes public with a potential $19 bln valuation. But it’s Goldman and other backers who took the company private in 2007 that will make multiples of their money.

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