In the following video, Motley Fool energy analyst Joel South discusses one energy company that has just released guidance for 2013, Kinder Morgan (NYS: KMI) . He tells us about the company's ambitious growth plans for next year as it aims to lay down a lot of new pipelines and midstream capability, and tells us how this means that both Kinder Morgan and its subsidiaries can continue with plans for aggressive dividend growth.
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