• Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI) - Technical Watch
Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI) - Technical Watch

For Kinder Morgan, Inc ., specifically, the RSI metric has reached 65.92. (NYSE: KMI ). 7,781 are owned by Cwm Ltd. 180,873 are held by Cibc Asset. The amount of free cash flow available to investors is ultimately what determines the value of a stock.

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  • Moon is making days longer on Earth
Moon is making days longer on Earth

Stephen Meyers , one of the co-authors of this study which has been issued in the PNAS journal, also explained that the Earth's rotation speed is also influenced by the gravity pulls of other space objects, besides the Moon. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin and Columbia University calculated that a day on Earth is slowly growing at on...

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  • Gravitational interaction, not giant planet, may explain unusual TNO orbits
Gravitational interaction, not giant planet, may explain unusual TNO orbits

If the small gravitational interactions among TNOs are hurling objects like Sedna outward, they could also send some of the rocks into the inner solar system. The collective-gravity hypothesis isn't a silver bullet, however. Fleisig said, "You see a pileup of the orbits of smaller objects to one side of the sun".

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  • Pluto is covered with icy methane dunes
Pluto is covered with icy methane dunes

The dwarf planet hangs out at the far reaches of the Solar System and it's an incredibly chilly place to be. It could have been made from lumps of ice with a chemical composition closer to that of our Sun. Dr Eric Parteli, Lecturer in Computational Geosciences at the University of Cologne, said: "On Earth, you need a certain strength of wind to rel...

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  • SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carries satellite into orbit
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carries satellite into orbit

The weather appears favorable, with a 70 percent chance of "go" conditions. The launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Launch Complex 40 carried a satellite for one world's biggest satellite companies - Luxembourg-based SES. The goal of the launch is for the SES-12 spacecraft to reach geostationary orbit. SES-12 is capable of broadcas...

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  • Trump Orders 'Immediate Steps' To Save Coal And Nuclear Power Plants
Trump Orders 'Immediate Steps' To Save Coal And Nuclear Power Plants

Under the directive, Perry would require grid operators to buy electricity from ailing nuclear and coal-fired power plants to keep them from being shuttered. "If DOE proceeds as the memo suggests, a selection of coal and nuclear plants, ostensibly those at risk of retirement, would receive subsidized payments.

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  • Lava crosses highway, destroys 400 utility poles
Lava crosses highway, destroys 400 utility poles

Volcanic gases, vog and ash emissions may increase in areas downwind of the vents. Magma continues to fill into the lower East Rift Zone and fissures once dormant reactivated on Monday, according to the USGS . Residents are now constantly on watch for where and when the next flow might appear and when they might need to evacuate. Civil def...

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  • Striving To Reduce Ocean Pollution, EU Proposes Ban Of Everyday Plastic Items
Striving To Reduce Ocean Pollution, EU Proposes Ban Of Everyday Plastic Items

Other usual plastic items are not considered as single-use plastics . Single-use drinks containers made with plastic will only be allowed on the market if their caps and lids remain attached. The same time period is also given for a review of the list of products the legislation addresses, with the possibility to expand it. Makers of bal...

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  • Mike Smyth: On pipeline, Trudeau puts your money where his mouth is
Mike Smyth: On pipeline, Trudeau puts your money where his mouth is

Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange on May 30 previous year, luring investors with the promise of building the massive Trans Mountain expansion project. The Council of Canadians, meanwhile, attacked Ottawa's purchase as a "Big Oil bailout" that would not remove obstacles to the pipeline expansion. "Our government is det...

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  • Horgan, Weaver and Notley respond to federal government's Trans Mountain pipeline purchase
Horgan, Weaver and Notley respond to federal government's Trans Mountain pipeline purchase

He described the $4.5 billion buy-out as a "fair price for Canadians", and said the commercial agreement is a "sound investment opportunity". But if one isn't found by July 22, Kinder Morgan's stake in the pipeline would be bought out by the Canadian government, which would proceed with the expansion, whose cost has been estimated at about $5.7 bil...

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  • US Gulf Coast braces for first named storm of the season
US Gulf Coast braces for first named storm of the season

Alberto remains miles west of Jacksonville but it dumped about a 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inches of rain on the region Sunday , said Andrew Kennedy, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Jacksonville. Florida Gov. Rick Scott issued a declaration for all 67 counties in his state. Alberto will bring widespread heavy rain in the Panh...

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  • BC, Alberta relations tense at Western Premiers Conference
BC, Alberta relations tense at Western Premiers Conference

The most ridiculous irony came Tuesday when B.C.'s NDP government filed a constitutional lawsuit against Alberta for passing its own bill to restrict the flow of oil and gas to B.C. She also made a point of saying money for Pharmacare doesn't grow on trees. But he later told reporters that Alberta's demand for a pipeline pact failed.

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  • Storm Alberto weakens as it nears Florida, sends thousands fleeing
Storm Alberto weakens as it nears Florida, sends thousands fleeing

Rain was in the forecast for the Orlando area as subtropical storm Alberto approached the Florida Panhandle Monday morning. The projected storm track for Alberto has shifted eastward, according to reports, lessening the threat to oil production facilities in the Gulf of Mexico, but increasing the danger to northeastern Florida coastal areas...

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  • Astronaut Alan Bean Dies at 86
Astronaut Alan Bean Dies at 86

Walt Cunningham, who flew on Apollo 7 and called Bean his best friend of 55 years, said "we are accustomed to losing friends in our business but this is a tough one". The paintings sometimes included footprints from a molding of the boots he wore on the moon along with pieces of his spacesuit patches and a sprinkling of their moondust residue.

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  • How birds survived asteroid strike wipe-out
How birds survived asteroid strike wipe-out

It's most likely that smaller sized ground-dwelling birds experienced a devastating loss. The study was published Thursday in the journal Current Biology . Ground-dwelling, quail-like birds on the other hand were better equipped to deal with this new landscape. "Only a handful of ancestral bird lineages succeeded in surviving the mass extin...

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  • Tropical storm 2018: Florida faces heavy rain from Alberto within days
Tropical storm 2018: Florida faces heavy rain from Alberto within days

Though the start of June is said to usher in the Atlantic hurricane season, the previous years had gotten earlier starts: Arlene in April 2017 and Alex in January 2016. A subtropical storm means the center of circulation is exposed and the rain and thunderstorms are pushed away from the center. Rainfall could reach up to 6 inches in parts of Florid...

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  • Rice will lose nutritional value as carbon dioxide levels rise
Rice will lose nutritional value as carbon dioxide levels rise

More research needs to take place, but Ziska wonders how the plant-nutrition effects of rising carbon dioxide levels might impact bees, or species that already have a limited number of food sources. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is measured in parts per million. People in countries with the highest rice consumption and the lowest gross dome...

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  • Pluto Could Be Made Up Of A Billion Comets, Suggests New Study
Pluto Could Be Made Up Of A Billion Comets, Suggests New Study

Scientists still don't know all that much about the dwarf planet's life, but this new research is a big step in the right direction. By examining these models, they hoped to get a better understanding of Pluto's leaky atmosphere, to figure out how much nitrogen is escaping into nearby space.

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  • Yates maintains Giro lead as Froome moves up
Yates maintains Giro lead as Froome moves up

I had a few slips and just lost the nerve. Simon Yates has been in imperious form on the Giro Italia climbs and now he has backed it up with a commendable display in the time trial to make himself outright favourite for the title. "To win here and jump back in the top 10 is a big day for me". There theoretically shouldn't be major time gaps...

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  • Cohen's business partner to cooperate with prosecutors
Cohen's business partner to cooperate with prosecutors

Underwood speaks to Legislative leaders interviewing her for the Office of the Attorney General, May 15, 2018, in Albany, N.Y. Lastly, as President Trump , his legal team , and supporters in Congress work to unmask the confidential source relied upon by the FBI during the Trump Campaign, Special Counsel Mueller and his team have remained t...

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