There are two columns in your green block: 85kW (114 hp) @ 8,000 RPM refers to 2005-2009 models, and 72kW (97 hp) @ 8,000 RPM refers to 1998-2004 models. The max torque is almost identical for all years.
As explained clearly in my post, the info is from the 2005-2009 owners manual (USA english version) so it is ONLY valid for these years.
What BMW if trying to say with these 2 columns of info is related to something else: in FRANCE and a few other country in Europe, there was regulation to limit max power to 100HP for motorcycles. This limitiation has been removed very recently in France, but was active all years the K1200LT was produced.
When BMW increased the HP for the 2nd generation K1200LT they went above this 100 HP line, unlike previous / older K1200LT (1999-2004) that produced a bit less than 100 HP. Hence, BMW had to produced 2 variant of the K1200LT and 2 sheets of specs for the HP and 2 different power curve.
In the case of the K1200LT, the 100 HP limitation is only by software in the Motronic-ECU triggered by a simple Relay removal - USA have the YELLOW relay where FRANCE does not (this small box looks like a Relay but is in fact internally a Jumper). This "fake" relay was not needed for the 1999-2004 version of the K1200LT. Of course, given this FRANCE regulation was also active in 1999, the earlier K1200LT generation are also very close to the magic limit number 100 HP (all markets over the world), HOWEVER the torque and power curve is a bit differrent than later models with the software limit implemented.
By the way, the Euro value of 72 KW converts to 96.6 HP AND the other colum at 85 KW converts to 114 HP, although most BMW brochure would often publish 115 HP for the full power version starting in 2005. The factory Service-Manual of the 1st generation for 1999-2004 had only 1 column for the HP spec at 72 KW, so I assume the owners manual of 1999-2004 shows the same.