Who Are Some Partners for K-1 Energy Transfer?


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As of 2015, Energy Transfer Partners, Energy Transfer Equity, Sunoco Logistics Partners and Sunoco LP are the four publicly traded partnerships for K-1 Energy Transfer. The four master limited partnerships conduct business directly or through their subsidiary companies, according to Energy Transfer.

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Energy Transfer Partners operates a wide range of energy assets in the United States including natural gas and natural gas liquids pipelines. The master limited partnership has subsidiaries such as Panhandle

Eastern Pipe Line Company, Lone Star NGL Company and Sunoco Logistics Partners, says Energy Transfer. ETP operates a retail and fuel distribution business through Sunoco LP and Stripes LLC.

Energy Transfer Equity owns all the incentive distribution rights of Energy Transfer Partners. ETE operates about 71,000 miles of pipelines for crude oil, natural gas, refined products and natural gas liquids, notes Energy Transfer. Additionally, ETE owns considerable amounts of ETP's common units and the incentive distribution rights of Sunoco Logistics Partners.

Sunoco Logistics Partners is a master limited partnership whose portfolio includes natural gas liquids pipelines, complementary crude oil and market assets used to facilitate the trade of petroleum products, says Energy Transfer. On the other hand, Sunoco LP distributes motor fuel to distributors, convenience stores, commercial customers and independent dealers. It conducts its businesses through subsidiaries and its parent company, the Energy Transfer Partners.

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