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Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP Message Board

  • virtualwin_2000 virtualwin_2000 Feb 12, 2013 2:18 PM Flag

    Some of the Analyst are blind. They think natural gas pipeline will lease for lease in 2013.

    Contracted pipeline space will lease for more in 2013! The USA is going to start selling Natural Gas in Mass to a huge World Market. It's almost as if the analysts are downgrading now so the small investor will get out and the institutional investors can take huge profitable positions in BWP.

    Sentiment: Buy

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    • The company says the opposite:
      ""The amount of contracted transportation capacity which will expire in 2013 is greater than in recent years. In light of the market conditions discussed above, we expect that transportation contracts we renew or enter into in 2013 will be at lower rates than our expiring contracts. Remaining available capacity will be marketed and sold on a short-term firm or interruptible basis, which will also be at lower rates, based on current market conditions. We expect that these circumstances will negatively affect our transportation revenues, EBITDA and distributable cash flows in 2013. "

      You say their pipeline rates will increase. BWP says they will decrease. Who should we believe?

    • BWP's contracts are FERC regulated. They cannot just raise prices.
      Do you actually know anything about the company you post about 10 times per day?

    • jcowles123@sbcglobal.net jcowles123 Feb 12, 2013 3:02 PM Flag

      Then you should invest in LG tankers also. From what I understand, there is no pipe line from here to China or Japan or Europe.

      Sentiment: Buy

 
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