What Happened in October: 3 Challenges for Dropdown MLPs and 3 Ways Their Parent Companies are Helping
Dropdown names once handily outperformed other MLPs. Now, following a year of underperformance, their parent companies are stepping in to help boost valuations.
Bucking the trend of larger MLPs buying smaller ones, AMID and JPEP merged last week to almost no fanfare, but here’s what might drive some other “under the radar” mergers.
Ten year contracts are great—until things change. A decade is a long time, but MLPs are a long-term investment.
Under September’s black moon, only the Permian said the right spells.
Less pessimism isn’t quite optimism, but as MLPs and MLP investors look to (and make decisions for) 2017 and beyond, the crystal ball may soon start to clear.
As MLPs play through the chess game of the energy cycle (now entering the consolidation phase), they’re making conservative moves: keeping distributions flat, selling assets to raise cash, and keeping...