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Abcede, Angel; Morrison, Mitch; Oller, Samantha
June 2013
CSP;Jun2013, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growing number of master limited partnerships (MLP) within the U.S. energy sector. MLPs are said to be popular among investors because of their high yield and their tax-friendly structure. Industry observers have reported that most MLPs in the energy sector are based on refinery assets, mainly because the refining environment allows them to produce free cash flow at the refinery level. They add that refiners also get opportunities to re-value their assets. INSET: What Is an MLP?.


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