Kinder Morgan Tangible Book Value
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About Tangible Book Value
Tangible book value (TBV) is calculated by subtracting intangible assets from the company's book value. TBV is frequently used to illustrate "how much of a company is left after a bankruptcy filing?"
For instance, if a company filed bankruptcy with five million in current assets, three million in gross property, plant, and equipment, and four million in goodwill, we would expect the company to be able to sell the current assets and gross property. It would be unable / difficult to sell goodwill, because it's not a tangible asset. The TBV in this example would be eight (5+3) million.
Tangible book value excludes:
- Items classified as "Intangible Assets" on the balance sheet
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KMI Tangible Book Value Rankings
5445 of 8002
375 of 410 in Energy
43 of 53 in Oil & Gas Midstream
KMI Tangible Book Value Range, Past 5 Years
|Minimum||Go Pro||Mar 2013|
|Maximum||Go Pro||Dec 2009|
The Wall Street Journal May 20
Fool May 20
Reuters - UK Focus May 17