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January 28, 2013
06:15 EDTAMIDAmerican Midstream Partners downgraded to Market Perform at Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo downgraded American Midstream Partners to Market Perform from Outperform citing reduced distribution growth assumptions and liquidity constraints. The firm lowered its price target range for shares to $17-$19 from $18-$20.
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October 14, 2014
14:09 EDTAMIDAmerican Midstream Partners raises FY14 adjusted EBITDA view to $46M-$48M
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14:01 EDTAMIDAmerican Midstream Partners aims to up 1Q15 distribution
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13:51 EDTAMIDAmerican Midstream Partners acquires Costar for $470M
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11:04 EDTAMIDAmerican Midstream Partners trading halted, pending news
October 8, 2014
14:27 EDTAMIDAmerican Midstream Midla reaches agreement regarding Midla Pipeline
American Midstream Midla, a subsidiary of American Midstream Partners, announced an agreement in principle regarding Midla’s interstate pipeline that traverses Louisiana and Mississippi. Parties involved reached the agreement in principle in order to provide continued service to Midla’s customers while addressing safety concerns with the existing pipeline. Midla and the parties agreed that Midla may retire the existing 1920s vintage pipeline and replace the existing natural gas service with a new 12-inch pipeline from Winnsboro, Louisiana to Natchez, Mississippi to serve existing residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Customers not served by the new Natchez Line will be connected to other interstate or intrastate pipelines, other gas distribution systems, or offered conversion to propane service. The agreement is subject to final agreements and ongoing proceedings at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Under the agreement in principle and subject to FERC approval, Midla will execute long-term agreements to recover its investment in the Natchez Line. Midla estimates it will take up to two years to secure the necessary permits and construct the Natchez Line. Midla anticipates filing a formal settlement with the FERC within the next 30 days and receiving approval by late 2014 or early 2015.

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