My dividends continue to be reinvested?!? Thought they stopped doing that?
Opportunity for PBA for increased earnings but there are a few non believers on July 4. Pembina is becoming a big time operator with increased capacity and presence in mid-stream business
I guess nobody was impressed by the quarterly report of June 19 although it looked pretty good to me. I sure didn't expect a bloodbath the next a.m.
nice pop today!
My guess is that PBA is due for a pullback in the short-run. Im not sure about you guys but awesome_stock_s has provided me with some pretty good trade ideas. I messed up executing some of them but thats on me.
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I see nothing but good news; that should mean we should up; right?
No earthly reason why PBA should drop this much. Makes you wonder.
Well this is a pretty big deal.
@@@Pembina Pipeline Corp said it would buy smaller rival Veresen Inc in a stock-and-cash deal valued at $9.7 billion, including debt, giving the Canadian pipeline operator access to natural gas pipelines and processing infrastructure. The combined company will have a strong position in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, home to the world’s third largest crude reserves.
Pembina Pipeline Corp to buy Veresen in $9.7 billion deal | Financial Post
The deal will create a company that will hold oil and gas pipelines, terminal, storage and processing facilities with a strong position in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin
has this purchase necessary? will this stock ever go up?
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I re-invest all my divies through Merril Lynch.
Company has received lousy reviews concerning quality of its dividend. Company is not covering 1 to 1 earnings, going into whole to pay out. Now dividend is being increased. When will shareholders understand they will make far more in the long run if company retains more of its cash to grow and get rich. DRIP holders understand it is better to plow dividends back into stock but what good does it do it stock gets rangebound and never breaks out? Sorry about the DRIP gents. I have an Encana DRIP that pays about one share of stock every six months.
Sorry Portland, OR... you snooze you lose.
@@@@CALGARY – Pembina Pipeline Corp. plans to build a propane export terminal in Prince Rupert, B.C. where major liquefied natural gas export projects have stalled in recent years. Pembina announced Tuesday it would conduct a feasibility study and begin engineering and design work on a $125 million to $175 million liquefied petroleum gas terminal on the site of an old pulp mill near on the West Coast near Prince Rupert, scrapping previously announced plans to build the terminal in Portland, Ore. If built, the project would become the second LPG export terminal in the Prince Rupert area, which is also home to four LNG export terminal proposals — though none of those LNG projects have been sanctioned or built years after being announced.
Pembina Pipeline relocates planned liquefied propane gas project from Oregon to Prince Rupert | Financial Post
If built, the project would become the second LPG export terminal in the Prince Rupert area, which is also home to four LNG export terminal proposals
And yes, I know the difference between hole and whole. Mental typo. Should be a place to edit this stuff
I cannot find any reasoning for the drip being cancelled. Any thoughts?
@silly imatwatch. While I am disappointed that PBA will halt its DRIP plan, your comment inferring the reasons for and implications of this suspension are flawed at best and deception at worst.
@@@@Pembina is electing to suspend its DRIP in light of the near-term completion of the largest capital spending program in its history and the strength of its balance sheet. These projects are largely underpinned by long-term, fee-for-service contracts, which supports the Company's ability to internally fund new capital projects going forward, without further equity investment, and continue generating sustainable shareholder value on a per share basis.