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CorEnergy Releases Fiscal 2012 Financial Results

  CorEnergy Releases Fiscal 2012 Financial Results

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LEAWOOD, Kan. -- February 13, 2013

CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust (NYSE: CORR) today announced its financial
results for the fiscal year ended Nov. 30, 2012, on Form 10-K.

Recent Highlights and Subsequent Events

  *Net income of $12 million for Nov. 30, 2012
  *Completed acquisition and lease-back of Pinedale liquids gathering system
    (LGS)
  *Pinedale LGS positions CorEnergy for REIT qualification in 2013
  *Declared first quarter 2013 distribution of $0.125 payable on March 19,
    2013 with guidance of no less than $0.50 for 2013
  *Changed fiscal year end from Nov. 30 to Dec. 31

“The 2012 calendar year was monumental for CorEnergy,” said Company CEO David
Schulte. “We monetized a significant gain in our largest private holding, High
Sierra. The proceeds from that sale plus the liquidation of other publicly
traded MLP securities were reinvested into our largest REIT-qualifying
acquisition to date, the Pinedale LGS. We changed our name to provide clarity
that we are no longer an investment company, and we expect to qualify as a
REIT for 2013.” Mr. Schulte added, “The real property strategy benefits our
stockholders by enabling us to reduce the risk underlying our distribution
while creating a solid platform for long-term distribution growth.”

Pinedale LGS Acquisition

Subsequent to the fiscal year ended Nov. 30, 2012, CorEnergy acquired a
liquids gathering system located in the Pinedale Field in Wyoming (“Pinedale
LGS”) from Ultra Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: UPL) for approximately $228 million.
The Company completed a follow on public offering and overallotment option,
issuing 14,950,000 shares of common stock and received net proceeds of
approximately $84.6 million, a significant portion of which was used to
finance the Pinedale LGS acquisition. As part of the Pinedale LGS acquisition
financing, CorEnergy also entered into a $70 million secured term credit
facility, received a $30 million co-investment from Prudential Capital Group,
and sold most of its publicly traded MLP holdings. Subsequent to the follow on
offering the Company had 24,140,667 shares outstanding as of Dec. 31, 2012.
The Pinedale LGS and associated lease payments now account for a significant
portion of CorEnergy’s total assets and total revenue.

REIT Qualification

The Pinedale LGS is CorEnergy’s largest REIT-qualifying acquisition to date
and serves as a cornerstone asset for its energy infrastructure real property
strategy. CorEnergy anticipates that the Pinedale LGS (along with other
Company holdings) will allow it to meet the income and assets tests necessary
to qualify and elect to be taxed as a REIT for 2013. Because certain of
CorEnergy's assets may not produce REIT-qualifying income or be treated as
interests in real property, the Company has contributed those assets into
taxable REIT subsidiaries.

On Feb. 5, 2013, CorEnergy’s Board of Directors approved a change in the
Company’s fiscal year end from Nov. 30 to Dec. 31. As a result of the change,
the Company will be reporting a Dec. 2012 fiscal month transition period,
which will be separately reported in the Company’s Quarterly Report on Form
10-Q for the calendar quarter ending March 31, 2013 and in the Company’s
Annual Report on Form 10-K for the calendar year ending Dec. 31, 2013.

Distribution Increase

On Feb. 5, 2013, CorEnergy’s Board of Directors declared a first quarter
distribution of $0.125 per share to be paid on March 19, 2013 to stockholders
of record on March 8, 2013. This represents a 14% increase from the previous
quarter. CorEnergy believes that the Pinedale LGS and its legacy holdings
should support 2013 annualized distributions of no less than $0.50 per share.

Pro Forma FFO and AFFO

Beginning in 2013, CorEnergy intends to make publicly available standard
performance measures utilized by REITs, including Funds from Operations
(“FFO”) and Adjusted Funds from Operations (“AFFO”). FFO and AFFO are non-GAAP
financial measures presented in accordance with the guidelines for calculation
and reporting of FFO and AFFO issued by the National Association of Real
Estate Investment Trusts (“NAREIT”).

FFO represents net income (loss) before allocation to minority interests
(computed in accordance with GAAP, excluding gains (or losses) from sales of
depreciable operating property, real estate-related depreciation and
amortization (excluding amortization of deferred financing costs or loan
origination costs)) and after adjustments for unconsolidated partnerships and
joint ventures. The Company considers FFO an important supplemental measure of
operating performance and believes that it is frequently used by securities
analysts, investors and other interested parties in evaluation of REITs, many
of which present FFO when reporting their results.

CorEnergy defines AFFO as FFO plus transaction costs, amortization of debt
issuance costs, deferred leasing costs, and above market rent, less
maintenance capital expenditures (if any), amortization of debt premium and
adjustments to lease revenue resulting from the EIP sale. Management uses AFFO
as a measure of long-term sustainable cash flow.

The pro forma table below reflects the completion as of December 1, 2011 of
the LGS acquisition actually completed December 20, 2012. The pro forma FFO
and AFFO calculations include the purchase of the LGS, execution of the Lease
Agreement, the sale of 14.95 million shares of common stock, for a total of
approximately 24 million shares outstanding, the execution of the $70 million
secured term credit facility, and the $30 million co-investment by Prudential.
Additional detail on this table is provided in management’s discussion and
analysis of financial results in the Company’s Form 10-K for the year ended
Nov. 30, 2012.

                                                            
Pro forma FFO and AFFO for the year ended Nov. 30, 2012
                                                                     
                                                                     per share
Net Income (attributable to CorEnergy         $ 6,086,255            $   0.25
Stockholders)
Funds From Operations (FFO)                   $ 14,240,554           $   0.59
Adjusted Funds From Operations (AFFO)         $ 13,111,199           $   0.54
                                                                     

2012 Annual Performance Review

CorEnergy’s stock price increased approximately 8.5 percent for the 2012
fiscal year, closing at $8.46 on Nov. 30, 2012 compared to $7.80 on Nov. 30,
2011. This contributed to a total investment return based on market value and
assuming reinvestment of distributions of approximately 14.1 percent for the
year ended Nov. 30, 2012. CorEnergy reported net income attributable to common
stockholders of $12.3 million for the year ended Nov. 30, 2012, equivalent to
earnings of $1.34 per common share. This is compared to approximately $3
million as of Nov. 30, 2011. The increase in income was primarily due to the
sale of High Sierra in June of 2012. As of Nov. 30, 2012, the fair value of
CorEnergy’s investment securities, excluding cash equivalents, was
approximately $75 million, with approximately $55 million in publicly-traded
securities and approximately $20 million in private securities. Net of the
sale of High Sierra, the fair value of CorEnergy’s private securities
increased approximately $3.5 million from Nov. 30, 2011 to Nov. 30, 2012.

2012 Distributions

During the year ended Nov.30, 2012, the Board of Directors declared total
annual distributions of $0.44 per share ($0.11 per quarter). For the year
ended Nov. 30, 2012, the Company’s distributions for tax purposes were
comprised of 100 percent return of capital.

2012 Private Company Update

The fair value of Lightfoot as of Nov. 30, 2012 decreased approximately
$867,000, or approximately 9 percent, as compared to the valuation at Nov. 30,
2011, with the decrease driven primarily by leases for new storage capacity in
Alabama being secured at a slower than expected pace. Lightfoot’s assets
consist of an 83.5 percent interest in Arc Terminals (“Arc”) and a minority
position in a Liquefied Natural Gas facility located in Mississippi.

For its third quarter of 2012, Arc had sufficient distributable cash flow to
pay a distribution, but instead retained cash for capital expenditures and
potential future acquisitions. Arc continues to concentrate a majority of its
capital expenditures on projects that increase revenue and reduce operating
expenses. On Feb. 8, 2013 Arc announced the acquisition of marine terminals
and rail car unloading facilities from Gulf Coast Asphalt Company.

The fair value of VantaCore as of Nov. 30, 2012 increased $4.4 million, or
approximately 66 percent, as compared to the fair value at Nov. 30, 2011. The
increase is attributable to VantaCore’s continued improved performance, mostly
driven by the incremental results of Laurel Aggregates, as well as the success
of its cost cutting initiatives and the price increases that have gone into
effect. VantaCore was again unable to meet its minimum quarterly distribution
in cash for its quarter ended September 30, 2012. Therefore, the common and
preferred unit holders elected to receive their distributions as a combination
of $0.26 per unit in cash and the remainder in preferred units. The Company
received approximately $316,000 in cash and 14,000 additional preferred units
during the three month period ended Nov. 30, 2012.

Mowood is the holding company of Omega Pipeline Company, LLC (“Omega”).
CorEnergy provides a revolving line of credit to Mowood, which allows for a
maximum principal balance of $5.3 million. At Nov. 30, 2012, the principal
balance outstanding was $3.8 million. Omega’s results for the fiscal year 2012
are approximately 15 percent higher than originally expected as the base
business realized higher margins. In addition, revenues from several
construction projects were recognized in the third and fourth quarters, which
made a significant contribution to overall year-to-date results.

2012 Real Property Update

Eastern Interconnect Project

On Nov.1, 2012, CorEnergy entered into an agreement with Public Service
Company of New Mexico (“PNM”) to sell CorEnergy’s 40 percent undivided
interest in the Eastern Interconnect Project (“EIP”) upon lease termination on
April1, 2015 for $7.7million. PNM will also accelerate its remaining lease
payments to CorEnergy. Both lease payments due in 2013 were paid upon
execution of the definitive Agreement on Nov.1, 2012. Per the Agreement, PNM
also paid $100,000 to compensate the Company for legal costs resulting from
filings with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The three remaining
lease payments due April1, 2014,Oct. 1, 2014 and April1, 2015, will be paid
on Jan.1, 2014 in full.

CorEnergy changed its estimated residual value used to calculate its
depreciation of the EIP, which resulted in higher depreciation expenses
beginning in Nov. 2012 through the expiration of the lease in April 2015. The
incremental depreciation amounts to approximately $393,000 per quarter.

Due to the changes in timing of lease payments, CorEnergy adjusted the impact
of future EIP lease payments in its pro forma AFFO calculation. CorEnergy has
not made any adjustments to the GAAP treatment of the lease.

CorEnergy purchased its EIP interest on June30, 2011 for $12.8 million net of
debt. As of our Aug. 31, 2012 Form 10-Q filing, the Company anticipated a
total of approximately $8.5 million in remaining lease payments. Net of the
final debt payment of $905,000 and interest expense of approximately $46,000
received on Oct. 1, 2012, CorEnergy expects to receive gross total lease
payments of approximately $7.1million through April 2015. Combined with the
sale price of $7.7 million CorEnergy expects approximately 7% annualized gross
return on the investment.

2013 Outlook

During 2013, CorEnergy will continue to focus on acquiring real property
assets that are REIT-qualifying. There are opportunities that are in
preliminary stages of review, and consummation of any of these opportunities
depends on a number of factors beyond our control. With potential transactions
ranging in value between$50 million and $200 million, CorEnergy expects to
grow over time in order to mitigate risk through diversification. There can be
no assurance that any of these acquisition opportunities will result in
consummated transactions.

In order to complete possible future transactions, CorEnergy has available to
it the following funding mechanisms: issuance of common stock or other equity
securities such as convertible or preferred stock, debt issuance, and equity
partnerships, like that withPrudential Capital Group. CorEnergy's external
manager is committed to structuring acquisitions that are accretive to
CorEnergy's distributions to stockholders.

If CorEnergy is able to satisfy the REIT requirements throughout 2013, the
Company expects to make an election to be treated as a REIT for tax purposes
for 2013. CorEnergy will generally seek to acquire assets that allow for
significant tax depreciation in order to shield all or a significant portion
of it’s taxable income such that the Company’s ability to pay distributions to
stockholders will not be materially impacted by taxes in advance of electing
to be taxed as a REIT. Regardless of tax status, an investment in CorEnergy
will generally not result in Unrelated Business Taxable Income.

2012 Fiscal Year End Earnings Conference Call

The company will host a conference call on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 at 4:00
p.m. CST to discuss its financial results. Please dial into the call at
877-407-8035 approximately five to ten minutes prior to the scheduled start
time.

The call will also be webcast in a listen-only format. A link to the webcast
will be accessible at corenergy.corridortrust.com.

A replay of the call will be available until 11:59 p.m. CST March 13, 2013, by
dialing 877-660-6853. The Conference ID # is 408822. A replay of the webcast
will also be available on the company’s website at corenergy.corridortrust.com
through Feb. 13, 2014.

About CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc.

CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc. (NYSE: CORR), primarily owns midstream
and downstream U.S. energy infrastructure assets subject to long-term triple
net participating leases with energy companies. These assets include
pipelines, storage tanks, transmission lines and gathering systems. The
Company’s principal objective is to provide stockholders with an attractive
risk-adjusted total return, with an emphasis on distributions and long-term
distribution growth from participating lease terms. Formerly Tortoise Capital
Resources Corp., CorEnergy previously traded under the ticker TTO. CorEnergy
is managed by Corridor InfraTrust Management, LLC. Corridor is an affiliate of
Tortoise Capital Advisors, L.L.C., a registered investment adviser with over
$10.4 billion of assets under management in the U.S. energy infrastructure
sector as of Jan. 31, 2012. For more information, please visit
www.corridortrust.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains certain statements that may include
"forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the
Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included herein are
"forward-looking statements." Although CorEnergy believes that the
expectations reflected in these forward-looking statements are reasonable,
they do involve assumptions, risks and uncertainties, and these expectations
may prove to be incorrect. Actual results could differ materially from those
anticipated in these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of
factors, including those discussed in CorEnergy’s reports that are filed with
the Securities and Exchange Commission. You should not place undue reliance on
these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this
press release. Other than as required by law, CorEnergy does not assume a duty
to update any forward-looking statement. In particular, any distribution paid
in the future to our stockholders will depend on the actual performance of
CorEnergy, its costs of leverage and other operating expenses and will be
subject to the approval of CorEnergy’s Board of Directors and compliance with
leverage covenants.

                                                    
CorEnergy Infrastructure
Trust, Inc.
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE
SHEETS

                                 November 30, 2012           November 30, 2011
Assets
  Trading securities, at         $   55,219,411              $  27,037,642
  fair value
  Other equity securities,           19,866,621                 41,856,730
  at fair value
  Leased property, net of
  accumulated depreciation           12,995,169                 13,832,540
  of $1,131,680, and
  $294,309, respectively
  Cash and cash                      14,333,456                 2,793,326
  equivalents
  Property and equipment,
  net of accumulated
  depreciation of                    3,589,022                  3,842,675
  $1,751,202 and
  $1,483,616, respectively
  Escrow receivable                  698,729                    1,677,052
  Accounts receivable                1,570,257                  1,402,955
  Intangible lease asset,
  net of accumulated
  amortization of $413,580           681,191                    973,130
  and $121,641,
  respectively
  Lease receivable                   -                          474,152
  Prepaid expenses                   537,184                    140,017
  Receivable for Adviser             -                          121,962
  expense reimbursement
  Deferred tax asset                 -                          27,536
  Other assets                      1,940,793                 107,679     
  Total Assets                   $   111,431,833             $  94,287,396  
                                                             
Liabilities and
Stockholders' Equity
Liabilities
  Management fees payable        $   249,326                 $  365,885
  to Adviser
  Accounts payable and
  other accrued                      2,636,305                  1,107,765
  liabilities
  Line of credit                     120,000                    -
  Long-term debt                     -                          2,279,883
  Lease obligation                   27,522                     107,550
  Deferred tax liability             7,172,133                  -
  Unearned Income                   2,370,762                 -           
  Total Liabilities              $   12,576,048              $  3,861,083   
                                                             
Stockholders' Equity
  Warrants, no par value;
  945,594 issued and
  outstanding at November        $   1,370,700               $  1,370,700
  30, 2012 and November
  30, 2011 (5,000,000
  authorized)
  Capital stock,
  non-convertible, $0.001
  par value; 9,190,667
  shares issued and
  outstanding at November            9,191                      9,177
  30, 2012 and 9,176,889
  shares issued and
  outstanding at November
  30, 2011 (100,000,000
  shares authorized)
  Additional paid-in                 91,763,475                 95,682,738
  capital
  Accumulated retained              5,712,419                 (6,636,302  )
  earnings (deficit)
  Total Stockholders'            $   98,855,785              $  90,426,313  
  Equity
  Total Liabilities and          $   111,431,833             $  94,287,396  
  Stockholders' Equity
                                                             
                                                             

                                                       
CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME
 
                       For the Year         For the Year         For the Year

                       Ended                Ended                Ended

                       November 30,         November 30,         November 30,

                       2012                 2011                 2010
Revenue
  Sales revenue        $ 8,021,022          $ 2,161,723          $ -
  Lease income          2,552,975          1,063,740          -          
       Total            10,573,997         3,225,463          -          
       Revenue
                                                                 
Expenses
  Cost of sales
  (excluding             6,078,102            1,689,374            -
  depreciation
  expense)
  Management
  fees, net of           1,046,796            968,163              925,820
  expense
  reimbursements
  Asset
  acquisition            377,834              638,185              -
  expenses
  Professional           1,141,045            548,759              590,486
  fees
  Depreciation           1,118,269            364,254              -
  expense
  Operating              739,519              196,775              -
  expenses
  Directors'             85,050               70,192               92,053
  fees
  Other expenses        231,086            183,674            244,398    
  Total Expenses        10,817,701         4,659,376          1,852,757  
                                                                 
Loss from
Operations,             (243,704   )        (1,433,913 )        (1,852,757 )
before Income
Taxes
                                                                 
Other Income and
Expense
  Net
  distributions          (279,395   )         651,673              1,853,247
  and dividend
  income
  Net realized
  and unrealized
  (loss) gain on         4,009,933            2,299,975            (894,531   )
  trading
  securities
  Net realized
  and unrealized
  gain on other          16,171,944           2,283,773            20,340,602
  equity
  securities
  Other Income           -                    40,000               38,580
  Interest              (81,123    )        (36,508    )        (45,619    )
  Expense
  Total Other
  Income and            19,821,359         5,238,913          21,292,279 
  Expense
Income before           19,577,655         3,805,000          19,439,522 
income taxes
                                                                 
Taxes
Current tax              (29,265    )         (253,650   )         -
expense
Deferred tax            (7,199,669 )        (629,207   )        (4,772,648 )
expense
  Income tax            (7,228,934 )        (882,857   )        (4,772,648 )
  expense, net
Net Income             $ 12,348,721        $ 2,922,143         $ 14,666,874 
                                                                 
Earnings Per
Common Share:
  Basic and            $ 1.34               $ 0.32               $ 1.61
  Diluted
                                                                 
Weighted Average
Shares of Common
Stock
Outstanding:
  Basic and              9,182,425            9,159,809            9,107,070
  Diluted
Dividends
declared per           $ 0.44               $ 0.41               $ 0.43
share
                                                                 
                                                                 

                                                                                        
CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EQUITY
                                                                                                      
                    Capital Stock
                                                                                  Retained
                                                              Additional          Earnings
                    Shares      Amount    Warrants                                          Total
                                                              Paid-in Capital     (Accumulated

                                                                                  Deficit)
Balance at
November 30,        9,078,090   $ 9,078   $ 1,370,700   $ 101,929,307    $ (19,012,500 )   $ 84,296,585 
2009
Net Income                                                                          14,666,874          14,666,874
Distributions
to
stockholders                                                    (3,915,124  )                           (3,915,124 )
sourced as
return of
capital
Reinvestment
of
distributions       68,416       69                    430,769                          430,838    
to
stockholders
Balance at
November 30,        9,146,506    9,147    1,370,700    98,444,952      (4,345,626  )    95,479,173 
2010
Net Income                                                                          2,922,143           2,922,143
Distributions
to
stockholders                                                    (3,755,607  )                           (3,755,607 )
sourced as
return of
capital
Reinvestment
of
distributions       30,383          30                          252,212                                 252,242
to
stockholders
Consolidation
of                                                    741,181         (5,212,819  )    (4,471,638 )
wholly-owned
subsidiary
Balance at
November 30,        9,176,889    9,177    1,370,700    95,682,738      (6,636,302  )    90,426,313 
2011
Net Income                                                                         12,348,721          12,348,721
Distributions
to
stockholders                                                    (4,040,273  )                           (4,040,273 )
sourced as
return of
capital
Reinvestment
of
distributions       13,778       14                    121,010                          121,024    
to
stockholders
Balance at
November 30,        9,190,667   $ 9,191   $ 1,370,700   $ 91,763,475     $ 5,712,419      $ 98,855,785 
2012
                                                                                                      
                                                                                                      

                                                      
CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
                                                                
                    For the Year          For the Year          For the Year
                    Ended                 Ended                 Ended

                    November 30,          November 30,          November 30,
                    2012                  2011                  2010
Operating
Activities
Net Income          $ 12,348,721          $ 2,922,143           $ 14,666,874
Adjustments:
Distributions
received from         4,985,370             2,845,434             3,064,204
investment
securities
Deferred
income tax,           7,199,669             629,207               4,772,648
net
Depreciation          1,118,269             364,254               -
expense
Amortization
of intangible         291,939               121,641               -
lease asset
Amortization
of assumed            (91,883     )         (94,611     )         -
debt premium
Realized and
unrealized
(gain) loss           (4,009,933  )         (2,299,975  )         894,531
on trading
securities
Realized and
unrealized
gain on other         (16,171,944 )         (2,283,773  )         (20,340,602 )
equity
securities
Changes in
assets and
liabilities:
Decrease
(increase) in
interest,             -                     42,778                (42,774     )
dividend and
distribution
receivable
Decrease in
lease                 474,152               237,077               -
receivable
Increase in
accounts              (167,302    )         (92,473     )         -
receivable
(Increase)
decrease in
prepaid               (233,272    )         70,109                (13,429     )
expenses and
other assets
Increase
(decrease) in
management
fees payable          5,403                 25,632                (30,926     )
to Adviser,
net of
expense
reimbursement
Increase
(decrease) in
accounts              1,528,541             275,003               (47,625     )
payable and
other accrued
liabilities
Increase in
unearned             2,370,762           -                   -           
income
Net cash
provided by         $ 9,648,492          $ 2,762,446          $ 2,922,901   
operating
activities
                                                                
Investing
Activities
Purchases of
long-term
investments
of trading          $ -                   $ (38,060,281 )       $ (10,633,882 )
and other
equity
securities
Proceeds from
sale of
long-term
investment of         9,354,306             53,950,583            15,762,612
trading and
other equity
securities
Proceeds from
receipt of            628,863               -                     -
escrow
receivable
Acquisition
expenditures          (942,707    )         -                     -
and deferred
lease costs
Cash paid in
business              -                     (12,250,000 )         -
combination
Proceeds from
sale of               3,076                 -                     -
property and
equipment
Purchases of
property and         (30,321     )        (1,045      )        -           
equipment
Net cash
provided by
(used in)           $ 9,013,217          $ 3,639,257          $ 5,128,730   
investing
activities
                                                                
Financing
Activities
Payments on
long-term           $ (2,188,000  )       $ (1,221,000  )       $ -
debt
Payments on
lease                 (80,028     )         (44,816     )         -
obligation
Deferred
financing             (1,054,302  )         -                     -
costs
Advances from
revolving             5,285,000             -                     -
line of
credit
Repayments on
revolving             (5,165,000  )         (400,000    )         (4,600,000  )
line of
credit
Distributions
paid to              (3,919,249  )        (3,503,365  )        (3,484,284  )
common
stockholders
Net cash used
in financing        $ (7,121,579  )       $ (5,169,181  )       $ (8,084,284  )
activities
                                                                
Net Change in
Cash and Cash       $ 11,540,130          $ 1,232,522           $ (32,653     )
Equivalents
Consolidation
of                    -                     94,611                -
wholly-owned
subsidiary
Cash and Cash
Equivalents          2,793,326           1,466,193           1,498,846   
at beginning
of year
Cash and Cash
Equivalents         $ 14,333,456         $ 2,793,326          $ 1,466,193   
at end of
period
                                                                
Supplemental
Disclosure of
Cash Flow
Information
Interest paid       $ 203,611             $ 176,595             $ 66,703
Income taxes        $ 96,000              $ 253,650             $ -
paid
Non-Cash
Investing
Activities
Security
proceeds from
sale of
long-term           $ 26,565,400          $ -                   $ -
investment of
other equity
securities
Non-Cash
Financing
Activities
Reinvestment
of
distributions
by common           $ 121,024             $ 252,242             $ 430,838
stockholders
in additional
common shares

Contact:

CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc.
Rachel Stroer, Investor Relations
877-699-CORR (2677)
info@corridortrust.com
 
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