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moneyonomics 210 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 19 minutes ago Member since: Jan 16, 2010
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  • Steve Kean - 3rd qrt cc

    "..the Y-Grade project is, call it a little over $3 billion."

  • 3rd qrtr cc
    Steven Kean

    "...We’ve got on a smaller scale a project that we are looking at in our Fairless Hills Terminal in the Philadelphia area that would involve LPG export and I think those are the two big locations that your going to see the demand. You’re going to see in the Houston Ship Channel. We’ve got all that refined product capacity and a little bit on the North East where people are looking for ways to get the liquids product out of the Marcellus and Utica to overseas markets.

    So what that aggregate number turns out to be, I don’t know, but we didn’t use to charge for or be able to charge for access to our docks and now we are charging for access to our docks and it is an extremely valuable bridge between the inter United States and the world market for refined products. So demand is going up. How far up it goes, who knows, but we base our judgments on what shippers are willing to commit to and we are seeing an up-tick in those commitments.

  • 3rd qrt cc
    Steve Kean - President & Chief Operating Officer
    "..And a remainder here too, that the backlog does not yet include the Y-Grade project UMTP or Palmetto. We continue to work on those prospects. Palmetto is in the middle of an open season right now until the end of this month and on a combined basis these projects if they come to fruition would add another $4 billion to the backlog."

    "...Carl Kirst - BMO Capital Markets
    Hey thanks, good Rich. A couple of questions if I could on the backlog and the first really is to maybe just get a little bit more for a fine sense of UMTP. I guess the shipper paying sort of ended at the end of August. To the extent that that’s still in negotiations, is that something you are looking to just negotiate through this winter to see how the NGL basis does and whether you might get more people to sign on at that point...

    Rich Kinder - Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

    Okay, I think we continue to pursue this project, because we continue to see very strong interest in it and each period that we go out to survey the field and survey the market, it seems like we generate more interest from the period prior. But we haven’t been able to turn that into sufficient credit worthy country party commitments to carry the project through and allow us to put it on a backlog and actively pursue its development.

    Well, we are actively pursuing its development, so the kind of the reset that we’ve done Carl is to say, what does the market really need out there. We think the market really needs about 2018 in service day and there has been a lot of talk for a while about 2017. There doesn’t seem to be much harm in the 2018 in-service date and so we’ve adjusted our spend and our development work. That moves us to 2018 in service, but it allows us to continue the development of the project at a lower coast as we pursue abandonment on the Tennessee Gas Pipeline System.

    So I think the short answer is it still looks like a very viable project. ...

  • Reply to

    Share Offering

    by mlp1invest Oct 20, 2014 1:07 PM
    moneyonomics moneyonomics 16 hours ago Flag

    publish more shares

    dilute the value of the existing shares

    timing of these two events can be different. sometimes an SEC filing is months if not years in advance of the actual dilution

  •  EQM forecasting 29% per unit distribution growth in 2014*
     EQM forecasting 22% per unit distribution growth in 2015*
    *Forecast based on assumed $0.03 per unit quarterly distribution increase each quarter through 2019

    EQT Midstream Partners, LP
    Estimated Distributions
    *Forecast based on assumed $0.03 per unit quarterly distribution increase each quarter through 2019
    $2.14.....2014
    $2.62,,,,,2015
    $3.10.....2016
    $3.58.....2017
    $4.06.....2018
    $4.54,,,,,2019

    Estimated distributions
    LP Unit Distribution+GP Distribution per LP Units
    $2.37 .....2014
    $3.31,,,,,2015
    $4.27.....2016
    $5.23.....2017
    $6.19.....2018
    $7.15,,,,,2019

  • 1.4 MM EQT acres 85 % Wet; 15 % Dry 10,000+ horizontal locations 900 horizontal wells online**

    120 wells planned in 2014 6,000 foot laterals

    1.4 Bcfe EUR / well* 230 Mcfe EUR / ft. of lateral*

    $1.6 MM / well

    * Liquids converted at 6:1 Mcfe per barrel (0.4 Bcfe per well from liquids). EUR assumes ethane rejection.
    ** As of 6/30/2014

  • Reply to

    Share Offering

    by mlp1invest Oct 20, 2014 1:07 PM
    moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 20, 2014 2:22 PM Flag

    act?

    not sure what that means

  • Reply to

    Friday AH

    by legalbark Oct 19, 2014 11:08 AM
    moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 19, 2014 4:33 PM Flag

    on bbg approx 15800 were traded of which 15000 where the high and on sn 16,100 were traded with around 8,000 close (17.09) to closing price and rest between closing price and high of which 600 were traded at 20

  • Reply to

    Friday AH

    by legalbark Oct 19, 2014 11:08 AM
    moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 19, 2014 2:35 PM Flag

    63,500 units were traded after hours of which roughly 59,000 were traded in the 15.72 to 15.77 range. one 2000 unit trade traded at the after hours high 16.50

  • Reply to

    My question of the quarter

    by nymarv10956 Oct 17, 2014 8:02 AM
    moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 17, 2014 11:04 PM Flag

    on iv board looks like 2015 and maybe some 2016 capital programs if half of capital is debt

  • moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 17, 2014 3:09 PM Flag

    Start ups that can generate a cash flow will have a better negotiating posture with JV partners-equity deals for the Lithium project. Most of the time (not always) those start-ups with no cash flow and a need for significant upfront capital many times take what ever they can get from JV partners-equity deals. I presume WLC saw this also and why they they invested upfront capital and manpower into the hectonite process

  • moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 17, 2014 1:21 PM Flag

    science depends on where they are in the due diligence process. lt would be a surprise at the initial offering, but if bbep has completed its records due diligence search would not be a surprise. in offer letters and/ or purchase and sales agreement there is an "adjustments" clause for ownership problem discoveries, etc. In some agreements if the adjustment is material enough either party can back out if an agreement can not be reached on how to settle the major adjustment discovery but depends on how it is tied to the withdrawal penalty, etc

  • moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 17, 2014 11:12 AM Flag

    Would be nice if dislike would post counter view rather than just a thumbs down s

  • It is the Mud (hectonite) that will actually be the catalyst to create long term shareholder value by generating cash flow; which will in the long run minimize the amount of interest/equity that has to be issued to a JV partner or in the open market to develop the Lithium and/or support borrowing at lower interest rates to develop the lithium. If the Mud cash flow pays for its direct costs plus overhead WLC can use that to borrow first and pay hopefully interest expense and that borrow first approach should minimize the amount of equity/JV interest given up by WLC /Shareholders to move forward with Lithium development. the Mud business line will also be the back stop for any delays in lithium start up, etc

  • QR Energy, LP

    5 Houston Center

    1401 McKinney Street, Suite 2400

    Houston, Texas 77010

    NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF UNITHOLDERS

    To the Unitholders of QR Energy, LP:

    Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of unitholders of QR Energy, LP, a Delaware limited partnership (“QRE”), will be held on , 2014, at a.m., local time, at , solely for the following purposes:


    • Proposal 1: to consider and vote on a proposal to adopt the Agreement and Plan of Merger, dated as of July 23, 2014 (as such agreement may be amended from time to time, the “merger agreement”), by and among QRE, QRE GP, LLC, the general partner of QRE (“QRE GP”), Breitburn Energy Partners LP (“Breitburn”), Breitburn GP LLC, the general partner of Breitburn (“Breitburn GP”), and Boom Merger Sub, LLC, a subsidiary of Breitburn (“Merger Sub”), pursuant to which, among other things, Merger Sub will merge with and into QRE, with QRE surviving the merger as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Breitburn;

  • moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 16, 2014 9:32 AM Flag

    David fyi, demand in not down worldwide it is demand "growth" worldwide that is down

  • These are generally not casual or scouting type of law suits

    LL&E Royalty Trust Announces Complaint for Legal and Injunctive Relief of QR Energy, LP

    TROY, Mich., Oct. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 3, 2014, the LL&E Royalty Trust (LRTR) (the "Trust"), by Roger D. Parsons, Trustee, filed a complaint against Quantum Resources Management, LLC; QR Energy (QRE), and QRE Operating, LLC ("Quantum") for legal and injunctive relief.

    Quantum serves as the oil & gas operator for the Jay Field, located in Florida and Alabama, in which the Trust owns a Net Profits Interest. The Trust has not received Distributions from Quantum since 2008 despite the fact that Quantum is contractually required to make monthly payments to the Trust attributable to the Trust's interest. The Trust is seeking money damages, injunctive relief and an appointment of a receiver based on the alleged actions of Quantum.

    The Trust has specifically alleged breach of contract, statutory conversion, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act ("RICO"), accounting / injunctive relief and seeks the appointment of a receiver.

  • moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 14, 2014 5:43 PM Flag

    being a nat gas producer has nothing to due with this sector wide sell off. the infrastructure mlps are selling off also, even those with mostly fee based, volume protected revenues.

  • lot of fear for futures to drop over $3.00 bbl today

  • moneyonomics moneyonomics Oct 14, 2014 2:10 PM Flag

    part 2

    “We think about connecting the low-cost supplies in our nation to the very best markets and what that requires in infrastructure to make it happen,” says Armstrong regarding Williams’ future course. “There’s plenty of price signal out there from the international players saying, ‘Hey, I desperately want to build an ethylene cracker alongside yours. If you can get me that ethane supply, I can make that happen.’ We’d love to structure a deal with an Indian or Korean petrochemical company that wants the ethylene to make polyethylene and ship it by drybulk to their country, or ethylene oxide or ethylene glycol, whatever derivative they’d prefer; we’d love to be able to have this party make a contract say all the way back to the Rockies ethane producer, or a producer in the Marcellus-Utica, and we provide the infrastructure in between. We want to have the gathering and processing infrastructure, the NGL fractionation, the NGL transportation, and the ethane line and storage, all the way through our cracker.”

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