Access Midstream Partners LP

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  • Energy & Utilities

    Why Williams Companies’ acquisition of Access Midstream is solid

    Williams Partners (WMB) has a growing fee-based business model.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Must-know: An introduction to Exterran Partners

    EXLP is the largest contract compression provider, with 2.9 million operating horsepower. Of this, ~170,000 operating horsepower was part of its organic growth.

    By Keisha Bandz
  • Energy & Utilities

    Must-know: The proposed ACMP-WPZ merger’s benefits

    On October 26, WMB amended its ACMP-WPZ merger proposal. WPZ will merge into a subsidiary of ACMP at a ratio of 0.86672 common ACMP units for every WPZ common unit.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Energy & Utilities

    Must-know: An overview of Williams Companies

    Williams Companies Inc. (WMB) engages in the energy transport and processing infrastructure business. WMB’s assets are mainly located in the U.S. However, it has operations in Canada.

    By Alex Chamberlin
  • Energy & Utilities

    Why is Oiltanking Partners merging with Enterprise Products?

    Pursuant to the successful completion of phase II of the merger, Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) will acquire Oiltanking Partners’ (OILT) 100% ownership.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Energy & Utilities

    Why midstream and oilfield service companies need fracking

    These companies offer several services, including transporting, storing, and processing natural gas and crude oil.

    By Keisha Bandz
  • Energy & Utilities

    Williams Partners to merge with Access Midstream in an MLP

    The merged MLP is expected to increase its 2015 distribution per unit to at least 25% above Access Midstream Partners’ (ACMP’s) current guidance of $2.79 per unit for 2015.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Energy & Utilities

    The partnership with GIP and Williams Companies strengthens ACMP

    The partnership that benefits ACMP GIP and Williams Companies, Inc. (WMB), through their joint ownership of Access Midstream Ventures, L.L.C., own the general partner interest in ACMP. As of February 19, 2014, GIP and Williams Partners own 54.9% of ACMP’s limited partner interests. ACMP benefits from its experience and relationship with its sponsors, Global Infrastructure […]

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Energy & Utilities

    An introduction to Access Midstream Partners’ business and assets

    Access Midstream Partners is a master limited partnership, which owns, operates, develops and acquires natural gas, NGLs, and oil gathering systems and other midstream energy assets.

    By Alex Chamberlin
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    Energy & Utilities

    MLP analysis: A must-know overview of Access Midstream Partners

    Access Midstream Partners LP (ACMP) is a master limited partnership that provides natural gas gathering and processing services under long-term fixed-fee contracts.

    By Keisha Bandz
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    Energy & Utilities

    BB-rated bond deals: The AES Corporation versus Access Midstream

    Both the AES Corporation and Access Midstream Partners tapped the high yield bond market and raised $750 million each.

    By Sandra Nathanson
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    Energy & Utilities

    Why natural gas gathering and processing are important for MLPs

    Natural gas gathering and processing is a significant part of the operations of many midstream master limited partnerships.

    By Ingrid Pan
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    Energy & Utilities

    How MLPs profit from natural gas gathering and processing

    Natural gas gathering and processing are a significant part of the operations of many midstream master limited partnerships.

    By Ingrid Pan
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    Energy & Utilities

    How will Chesapeake’s recent asset sales affect the company?

    Chesapeake also is seeking strategic alternatives for its oilfield services business. The announcement of these divestitures is likely positive for Chesapeake in the long term.

    By Ingrid Pan
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    Energy & Utilities

    1 key way Chesapeake Energy plans to fill its funding gap

    Chesapeake Energy recently announced a sale of certain natural gas compression assets to Exterran Partners and Access Midstream.

    By Ingrid Pan
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