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Last $56.38 USD
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3738 Oak Lawn Avenue

Dallas, TX 75219

United States

Phone: 214-981-0700

Fax: 214-981-0703

Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. engages in the natural gas midstream, and intrastate transportation and storage businesses in the United States. Energy Transfer Partners GP, L.P. serves as a general partner of the company. Business Strategy The key elements of the company’s strategy include making strategic acquisitions that offer the opportunity for operational efficiencies and the potential for increased utilization and expansion of its existing assets while supporting its investment grade credit ratings; engaging in construction and expansion opportunities; and increasing the profitability of its existing asset base. Segments Intrastate Transportation and Storage This segment owns and operates approximately 7,700 miles of natural gas transportation pipelines with approximately 14.1 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day (/d) of transportation capacity and three natural gas storage facilities located in the state of Texas. The company, Through ETC OLP (La Grange Acquisition, L.P., which conducts business under the assumed name of Energy Transfer Company) owns intrastate pipeline system in the United States with interconnects to Texas markets and to major consumption areas throughout the United States. The company’s intrastate transportation and storage segment focuses on the transportation of natural gas to major markets from various prolific natural gas producing areas through connections with other pipeline systems, as well as through its Oasis pipeline, its east Texas pipeline, its natural gas pipeline and storage assets that refers to as ET Fuel System, and its HPL System. The company generates revenues and margins from the sale of natural gas to electric utilities, independent power plants, local distribution companies, industrial end-users and other marketing companies on its HPL System. The ET Fuel System consists of intrastate natural gas pipeline and related natural gas storage facilities. The ET Fuel System has interconnections with pipelines providing direct access to power plants, other intrastate and interstate pipelines, and is strategically located near production areas. The ET Fuel System also includes the company’s Bethel natural gas storage facility, with a working capacity of 6.4 Bcf, an average withdrawal capacity of 300 million cubic feet (MMcf) /d and an injection capacity of 75 MMcf/d, and its Bryson natural gas storage facility, with a working capacity of 6.0 Bcf, an average withdrawal capacity of 120 MMcf/d and an average injection capacity of 96 MMcf/d. All of the company’s storage capacity on the ET Fuel System is contracted to third parties under fee-based arrangements that extend through 2017. In addition, the ET Fuel System is integrated with the company’s Godley processing plant, which gives it the ability to bypass the plant when processing margins are unfavorable by blending the untreated natural gas from the North Texas System with natural gas on the ET Fuel System. The Oasis pipeline is primarily a 36-inch natural gas pipeline. It has bi-directional capability with approximately 1.2 Bcf/d of throughput capacity moving west-to-east and approximately 750 MMcf/d of throughput capacity moving east-to-west. The Oasis pipeline has many interconnections with other pipelines, power plants, processing facilities, municipalities and producers. The Oasis pipeline is integrated with the company’s Southeast Texas System. The Oasis pipeline enhances the Southeast Texas System by providing access for natural gas on the Southeast Texas System to other third party supply and market points and interconnecting pipelines and allowing it to bypass its processing plants and treating facilities on the Southeast Texas System when processing margins are unfavorable by blending untreated natural gas from the Southeast Texas System with gas on the Oasis pipeline while continuing to meet pipeline quality specifications. The HPL System is an extensive network of intrastate natural gas pipelines, an underground Bammel storage reservoir and related transportation assets. The HPL System is well situated to gather and transport gas in many of the major gas producing areas in Texas, includi

 

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