Atlas, Plains Pump $625M to HY Market

Sheahan, Matthew
November 2011
High Yield Report;11/21/2011, p16
The article reports that Plains Exploration & Production (PXP) is selling 500 million dollars in senior notes due 2022 and Atlas Pipeline Partners is on the market with 125 million dollar in senior notes due 2018 for a total of 625 million dollars in junk bonds to be priced in drive-bys.


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