The high returns energy MLPs offer now continue to draw investors tired of paltry opportunities elsewhere in the current, low-interest rate environment, but investors should be aware of increased corporate governance risks inherent in the partnerships.
Private equity, while a popular choice for financing, might not always be the best, depending on the type and scope of the project being funded.
Wells Fargo Securities reports that the MLP sector outpaced the S&P 500 for the fourth straight month.
A total of 22 upstream and midstream IPOs last year generated "more than $12 billion in public market capital," said PLS Inc.
Apache Corp. heeded advice from activist hedge fund Jana Partners LLC and is exiting two costly natural gas projects as it considers selling some or all of its international assets.
Hess Corp. will form a tax-advantaged MLP to hold its pipelines, trucking, storage and processing facilities in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale region.
Buckeye Partners LP signed an agreement to sell all of the outstanding limited liability company interests in Lodi Gas Storage LLC to Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, based in Hamilton, Bermuda, and its institutional partners for $105 million.
Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. (LNGL) announced that it has significantly expanded its presence in the North American LNG sector by agreeing to acquire 100% of Bear Head LNG Corp.
Ardmore Shipping Corp. signed agreements to upsize its existing senior loan facility with ABN Amro Bank NV, Nordea Bank Finland Plc and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB.
Martin Midstream Partners LP entered into a newly amended $900 million revolving credit facility.
Shell Midstream Partners LP filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for the proposed IPO of common units representing limited partner interests.
First Reserve closed its second energy infrastructure fund, First Reserve Energy Infrastructure Fund II LP.