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Inter Pipeline Ltd. (IPL.TO)


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28.23+0.09 (+0.32%)
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Previous Close28.14
Open28.11
Bid28.19 x
Ask28.24 x
Day's Range28.10 - 28.39
52 Week Range18.43 - 28.89
Volume546,017
Avg. Volume746,307
Market Cap10.15B
Beta0.81
PE Ratio (TTM)20.97
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.62 (5.76%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Marketwiredyesterday

    Inter Pipeline Announces December 2016 Cash Dividend

    Inter Pipeline Ltd. announced today the declaration of a cash dividend of $0.135 per share for December 2016. This dividend will be paid on or about January 16, 2017 to shareholders of record on December ...

  • Inter Pipeline Ltd. : IPL-CA: Dividend Analysis : November 22nd, 2016 (record date) : By the numbers : December 6, 2016
    Capital Cube4 days ago

    Inter Pipeline Ltd. : IPL-CA: Dividend Analysis : November 22nd, 2016 (record date) : By the numbers : December 6, 2016

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Get free summary analysis Our analysis is based on comparing Inter Pipeline Ltd. with the following peers – Pembina Pipeline Corporation, Enbridge Inc., Gibson Energy Inc., Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Trilogy Energy Corp., Imperial Oil Limited, Tribute Resources Inc., Cenovus Energy Inc. and AltaGas Ltd. (PPL-CA, ENB-CA, GEI-CA, CNQ-CA, TET-CA, IMO-CA, TRB-CA, CVE-CA and ALA-CA). ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Alberta petrochemical projects get C$500 mln royalty credits

    The Canadian oil-producing province of Alberta will offer C$500 million ($377.84 million) in royalty credits to Pembina Pipeline Corp and Inter Pipeline Ltd for their petrochemical projects, the government said on Monday, as it seeks to diversify its ailing economy. The provincial government said the companies were the approved applicants of its Petrochemicals Diversification Program, which supports construction of facilities that use propane or methane, components of natural gas, as feedstock to produce materials for products including plastics, detergents and textiles. Although petrochemical facilities do not pay royalties, the credits they earn can be traded or sold to oil or natural gas producers, who in turn can use them to reduce royalty payments to the government.