Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) was up just 0.1% in the week ended May 19, 2017.
For Kinder Morgan, the short interest is ~19.7 million shares, while the average daily trading volume over the last 30 days is ~11.3 million shares.
Kinder Morgan (KMI) stock had an implied volatility of 21.8% as of May 19, 2017—higher than its 15-day average implied volatility of 21.2%.
Of the analysts surveyed by Reuters, ~70% rated Kinder Morgan as a “buy,” ~30% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the surveyed analysts rated it as a “sell.”
Kinder Morgan fell 2% for the week ending May 19. It fell 1.4% in the previous week ending May 12, 2017. Kinder Morgan fell for the third straight week.
The mean broker target price of $30.9 for Energy Transfer Partners implies a 34.9% price return in the next 12 months from its current price level of $22.9.
After the merger, Energy Transfer Partners’ (ETP) correlation with crude oil and natural gas rose compared to legacy Sunoco Logistics Partners.
Energy Transfer Partners’ (ETP) EV-to-adjusted EBITDA ratio, using a trailing 12-month adjusted EBITDA, is 10.1x. It’s below the peer average of 11.7x.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) ended 1Q17 with a total outstanding debt of $32.0 billion—2.7% lower than outstanding debt at the end of 2016.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) is bullish on Permian expansion due to the new processing plant and open season for the Permian Express 3 pipeline.
Energy Transfer Partners announced the start of two major natural gas pipeline projects to Mexico—the Trans-Pecos Pipeline and Comanche Trail Pipeline.
Energy Transfer Partners’ (ETP) pro forma DCF (distributable cash flow) for 1Q17 was $934.0 million—compared to $956.0 million during 1Q16.
Energy Transfer Partners’ (ETP) pro forma net income was $364 million in 1Q17 compared to $376 million in 1Q16—a YoY (year-over-year) decline of 3.2%.
Recently, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) merged with Sunoco Logistics Partners. Energy Transfer Partners has lost 2.1% since the beginning of May.
The Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) is down nearly 4% so far in 2017. In comparison, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) (SPX-INDEX) is up nearly 6% during the same timeframe.
The Alerian MLP Index (AMZ) closed 1.9% lower on May 17, 2017.
The average broker target price of $33.10 for WMB implies a 9.2% price return in the next 12 months from its May 12, 2017, closing price of $30.30.
Williams Companies (WMB) is currently trading below its peer average EV-to-adjusted EBITDA multiple of 13.3x.
Short interest in Williams Companies (WMB) as a percentage of float has come down to ~1.3% compared to ~1.4% in the previous week.
Williams Companies’ (WMB) 30-day implied volatility of 23.2% is higher than the sector average of 16.3%.