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Master Limited Partnerships

Making Sense of the Marcellus Shale’s Midstream Madness

By Elliott H. Gue on Sep. 6, 2014
The stakes are high for the masters of midstream, particularly in the Northeast where surging output of natural gas has overwhelmed local demand and existing takeaway capacity, depressing the prices at Pennsylvania’s Leidy Hub relative to the Henry Hub in Louisiana.

More Thoughts on the Kinder Morgan Mega-Deal and Its Implications

By Elliott H. Gue on Aug. 16, 2014

Rather than regarding Kinder Morgan Inc.’s consolidation of its associated limited partnerships as a referendum on the MLP structure or the end of an era, investors should regard this move as a fresh start for the midstream giant--an opportunity to reshape itself to meet the demands of the marketplace and competitive environment.

Four Takeaways from the Year’s Biggest Acquisition in the Energy Patch

By Elliott H. Gue on Jul. 4, 2014

On June 16, 2014, Williams Companies announced an agreement to acquire Global Infrastructure Partners’ 50 percent general-partner interest and 27 percent equity interest in Access Midstream Partners LP for $5.995 billion. We examine four key takeaways from this deal for MLP investors. 

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