|Bid||16.88 x 300|
|Ask||18.48 x 600|
|Day's Range||17.14 - 17.74|
|52 Week Range||15.25 - 26.73|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||May 2, 2017 - May 8, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.35 (14.16%)|
|1y Target Est||24.90|
U.S. energy regulators on Thursday approved Energy Transfer Partners LP's request to resume horizontal drilling at eight sites in Ohio and West Virginia as it works to complete part of the Rover natural gas pipeline by the end of the year. The approvals came as the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency sought a pause in Rover's horizontal drilling in the state due to repeated spills of the clay and water mix used to lubricate the drilling blades. The Ohio EPA asked the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the pause on Nov. 24.
Energy Transfer Partners LP urged U.S. regulators to allow the company to start more horizontal drilling as it works to complete part of the Rover natural gas pipeline by the end of the year, after delays caused by spills. The request, involving the largest gas pipeline under construction in the United States, was made in a letter to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency that was filed with U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission late on Wednesday. It was a response to the Ohio agency's request to the commission on Nov. 24 to pause Rover's horizontal drilling to cross under large obstacles like highways and rivers, citing fluid spills in the state.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Texas-based developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline and a Florida-based environmental publication are arguing in court over whether something billed as a social movement can be sued.
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Energy Transfer Partners LP urges US regulators to allow the company to start more horizontal drilling as it works to complete part of the Rover natural gas pipeline.
So far in 2017, most MLPs are trading in negative territory despite strong crude oil prices. The Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP), which comprises 25 energy MLPs, has lost 16.3% year-to-date.
The short interest as a percentage of float in Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) stock is 1.8%, lower than 2.3% at the end of October 2017.
The idea is that U.S. corporations will use this tax windfall to hire more people, and many likely will … but that’s not the only place that money is going. You can expect that cash to be plowed into dividends, buybacks, R&D and M&A.
In response to the energy commodities demand and supply dynamics, most energy MLPs have reduced their spending on growth projects over the last few years.
Based on annualized adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) for the latest quarter, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) had a net debt-to-EBITDA ratio of ~6x as of ...
Energy Transfer Partners increased its third quarter 2017 distributions by 2.7% compared to the previous quarter, the most out of the four MLPs.
Let's put Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. (ETE) stock into this equation and find out if it is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now.
Sometimes it's a direct line from out article to a higher stock price, and sometimes we just get lucky, but we do have a way of moving the market. Bary, you'll remember, was one of the few who predicted the bankruptcy of the Linn Energy complex, but he seems ready to head back into the MLP waters. Its units—an MLP’s equivalent of common shares—are down 30%, to around $16.50, since its merger with Sunoco Logistics Partners in April.
A federal judge orders Energy Transfer Partners LP to coordinate with local tribes and the Army Corps of Engineers.
Energy Transfer Partners , an oil and gas pipeline company, may see its value rise given strong business prospects and a potential change to its governance, financial publication Barron's reported. Energy Transfer, a master-limited partnership, has underperformed its peers and the value of its units are down about 31 percent so far this year. Energy Transfer has strong strategic assets including projects due to be completed next year, according to the report.
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Master limited partnerships have been dogged for the past several years by investor concerns about reduced returns on new pipelines and other projects, a reliance on outside financing for those projects, and corporate-governance issues. The Alerian MLP Index has fallen 15% this year and 50% since its 2014 high, with tax-loss selling by retail investors likely adding to the downward pressure. Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), which operates 71,000 miles of pipelines carrying natural gas, natural-gas liquids, and crude oil, has been one of the worst-performing large MLPs.