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"...TexStar Asset Acquisition
On December 13, 2012, NuStar Logistics acquired the TexStar Crude Oil Assets (as defined below), including 100% of the partnership interest in TexStar Crude Oil Pipeline, LP, from TexStar Midstream Services, LP and certain of its affiliates (collectively, TexStar) for $325.4 million (the TexStar Asset Acquisition), pursuant to an Asset Purchase Agreement (the Purchase Agreement). The TexStar Crude Oil Assets consist of approximately 140 miles of crude oil pipelines and gathering
lines, as well as five terminals and storage facilities providing 0.6 million barrels of storage capacity. The consolidated statements of income include the results of operations for the TexStar Asset Acquisition in the transportation segment commencing on December 13, 2012....
....Pursuant to the Purchase Agreement, NuStar Logistics also agreed to purchase 38 miles of natural gas liquids (NGL) Y-grade pipeline and two fractionators with a combined capacity of 57,000 barrels per day (the NGL Assets) for approximately $100.0 million (Second Closing). If the Second Closing does not occur, it will have no impact on the Crude Oil Assets. We expect to fund the purchase price of the NGL Assets with borrowings under our 2012 Revolving Credit Agreement. On February 18, 2013, we received a letter from TexStar that purports to terminate the rights of the parties to proceed to a closing on our acquisition of the NGL Assets. We do not believe TexStar has the legal right to terminate the Second Closing, and we notified them of our position on February 21, 2013. We are evaluating all of our legal options...."