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Assessing Energy Transfer Partners LP’s (NYSE:ETP) past track record of performance is an insightful exercise for investors. It allows us to reflect on whether or not the company has metRead More...
The construction permits associated with the pipeline has been temporarily suspended since Energy Transfer (ETP) has failed to comply with the Clean Streams Law and the Dam Safety Act.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), the third-largest MLP in terms of market capitalization, had a strong end to 2017, rising 8% in December and offsetting some of its losses earlier in the year.
After shedding a quarter of its value because of financing concerns, this pipeline company could rebound big-time this year.
Environmental regulators in Pennsylvania on Wednesday ordered Energy Transfer Partners LP's (ETP) Sunoco Pipeline unit to stop work again on its Mariner East 2 natural gas liquids pipeline after numerous violations of its construction permits. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) said the $2.5 billion project's permits will be suspended until Sunoco addresses concerns outlined in the order.
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) was trading at a price-to-distributable cash flow of 17.9x as of December 22, 2017, which is slightly below the last ten-quarter average of 18.0x.
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) recently went above its 50-day SMA (simple moving average), which might indicate a bullish sentiment in the stock.
In this article, we’ll look at the analyst recommendations for the four peers in this series. Let’s start with Energy Transfer Equity (ETE).
Energy Transfer Partners rose above its short-term 50-day simple moving average after last week’s gain. It might indicate bullish sentiment in the stock.
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) has the highest implied volatility among the selected peers. However, ETE’s current implied volatility of 25.8% is lower than the 15-day average of 28.1%.
So far in this series, we’ve analyzed the four selected peers, Energy Transfer Equity (ETE), Plains GP Holdings (PAGP), Western Gas Equity Partners (WGP), and Williams Companies (WMB), based on their organizational ...
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) continues to have the highest leverage among its peers. ETE’s net debt-to-EBITDA ratio stood at 6.6x by the end of the third quarter of 2017.
Energy Transfer Equity (ETE) resumed distribution growth after seven quarters of flat distribution. The MLP GP’s (general partner) 3Q17 distribution of $0.295 represented a 3.5% increase compared to the ...
Energy Transfer Equity’s (ETE) distribution income fell to $317 million in 3Q17, compared to $344 million in the same quarter of prior year, a year-over-year fall of 7.8%.
MLPs had a good start to December, and so do the general partners or GPs of MLPs. This performance could be mainly due to strong crude oil prices and a slight recovery in US drilling activity.
In this series, we’ll perform a comparative analysis of four GP (general partner) MLPs (master limited partnerships), including Energy Transfer Equity (ETE), Plains GP Holdings (PAGP), Western Gas Equity ...
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.