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What are Midstream Assets?

Midstream Assets include those assets and services that link the supply side of the value chain within the industry, to the demand side for for these energy commodities.

The Midstream Assets and the Midstream Oil and Gas sector is the bridge between the energy producers and the energy end-users and - therefore, can only be as strong as the weakest link or bridge within the midstream oil and gas sector.

Typical midstream assets include;

 


Midstream Assets

Amine Plants  *  Gas Sweetening  *  H2S Removal  *  Helium Recovery  NGL Recovery  Pipeline Quality Gas



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What is a Master Limited Partnership?

A Master Limited Partnership (MLPs) is a limited partnership that is publicly traded on a securities exchange.

MLPs combine the tax benefits of Limited Partnerships with the liquidity and protection/oversight of a publicly traded security.

Master Limited Partnerships are limited by regulation to apply to specific businesses - most notably - natural resources, including; oil and natural gas extraction and transportation.

To qualify for MLP status, a partnership must generate at least 90 percent of its income from "qualifying" sources/resources. For many Master Limited Partnerships, this includes activities related to the production, processing or transportation of oil, natural gas and coal.

Master Limited Partnerships pay their investors through Quarterly Required Distributions or QRDs. The amount of the QRDs is stated in the contract between the Limited Partners (the investors) and the General Partner (the managers). Failure of the General Partner to pay the quarterly required distributions constitutes a default of the MLP Agreement.

Due to the stringent provisions on Master Limited Partnerships and the QRD, the majority of all Master Limited Partnerships are pipeline businesses, and natural gas companies engaged in the "midstream" oil and natural gas sector, which generated a reliable and steady income from the oil and natural gas sector.

Because MLPs are a partnership, there is no corporate income tax at either the state or federal level. The Limited Partners (investors) are able to record a pro-rated share of the investment in the Master Limited Partnership's depreciation on their personal income tax filings which further reduces their (that year's) tax liabilities. This is the primary benefit of Master Limited Partnerships and provides MLPs relatively inexpensive funding and capital costs. Simultaneously, this makes Master Limited Partnerships unattractive to "tax-deferred funds" that are unable to utilize this tax savings advantage. To encourage tax-deferred investors, MLPs set up new corporation holding companies for their Limited Partner's claims which can then issue equity.

In most new Master Limited Partnerships, the General Partner starts out with a small stake or position in the company - typically in the 2% to 5% range. However, the MLP receives "incentive distributions" from the net income after the Quarterly Required Distributions. As the incentive distributions are normally paid in the form of increased equity claims this allows the General Partner to attain an increasingly greater percentage of ownership in the company over time.


What is "Midtream Oil and Gas"?

The midstream oil and gas sector provides initial gas processing and transports the oil and natural gas and natural gas liquids for further natural gas treating and desulfurization "downstream." 

The natural gas may be processed or treated in the midstream sector through gas processing or natural gas treating facilities for producing "pipeline quality gas" for direct sale to an interstate or intrastate natural gas pipeline which would bypass the "downstream" oil and natural gas sector entirely.

The downstream sector usually refers to crude oil refineries and the selling and distribution of natural gas and products derived from crude oil. These products include Liquefied Petroleum Gas or "LPG," gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, and other fuel oils, as well as asphalt and petroleum coke.

 

About us:

We have interests in gas gathering and midstream oil and gas and provide; acquisitions, business development, capital, divestments, emissions abatement, engineering, investments, marketing, public relations, sales and strategic marketing solutions.

 

We deliver solutions:

Acquisitions
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Business Development
Capital Access
Divestments
Engineering
EPC
Marketing Strategies
Investment opportunities
Investor inquiries
Project Development
Public Relations
Sales Solutions
Strategic Marketing


That produce results
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Increased sales
New customers
Greater market share
Competitive advantage
Increased shareholder value

 

 

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