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November 20, 2012
07:36 EDTBP, UGI, APUUGI subsidiary to acquire LPG distribution business from BP in Poland
UGI Corporation (UGI) announced that its subsidiary, Flaga, has reached a definitive agreement to acquire the liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG, distribution business of BP (BP) in Poland. BP's Polish LPG business distributed over 150 million gallons of LPG in 2011 and serves the residential, commercial, autogas, and wholesale segments. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. UGI is a distributor and marketer of energy products and services. Through subsidiaries, UGI operates natural gas and electric utilities in Pennsylvania, distributes propane both domestically and internationally, manages midstream energy and electric generation assets in Pennsylvania, and engages in energy marketing in the Mid-Atlantic region. UGI, through subsidiaries, is the sole General Partner and owns 26% of AmeriGas Partners (APU), the nation's largest retail propane distributor.
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July 31, 2014
06:35 EDTBPOil companies say Russia sanctions could be headwind, NY Times reports
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July 29, 2014
19:06 EDTUGIUGI Corporation backs FY14 adjusted EPS $2.95-$3.05, consensus $2.94
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19:05 EDTUGIUGI Corporation reports Q3 adjusted EPS 15c, consensus 17c
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19:05 EDTAPUAmeriGas confirms FY14 adjusted EBITDA guidance
AmeriGas CEO Jerry Sheridan said, “Given our results thus far and our current assessment of business conditions for the remainder of the fiscal year, we continue to anticipate adjusted EBITDA for fiscal 2014 to be in the range of $660M to $675M. We are pleased with the strong performance of the business thus far. Our year to date adjusted EBITDA of $617M is just about equal to our adjusted EBITDA for all of last year. At the low end of our guidance levels, Adjusted EBITDA would be up 7% from last year and would have nearly doubled from just three years ago.”
19:03 EDTUGIUGI Corporation announces three for two stock split, increases annual dividend
UGI Corporation’s board has approved a plan to issue three common shares for every two common shares outstanding. The new shares are distributable September 5 to shareholders of record as of August 22. In addition, UGI’s board has approved an increase of over 10% in the annual dividend rate on its common stock from $1.18 to approximately $1.30 on a pre-split basis, or from approximately 79c to 87c per share, respectively, after the split. The new quarterly dividend of approximately 32.63c per share on a pre-split basis, or 21.75c per share after the split, is payable October 1 to shareholders of record on September 15.
19:02 EDTAPUAmeriGas reports Q3 EPS (47c), consensus (39c)
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15:53 EDTAPUNotable companies reporting after market close
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13:18 EDTBPEU to hit Russia with new sanctions, Washington Post says
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07:41 EDTBPBP core business performed well in Q2, says Jefferies
Jefferies says BP's core businesses generally performed well in Q2 and that its view of the stock is unchanged following the quarterly results. It keeps a Buy rating on BP shares with a $55 price target.
05:53 EDTBPBP sees Q3 reported production lower than Q2
BP said, "The end of the Abu Dhabi concession in January 2014 together with divestment impacts, however, meant that reported Upstream production, at 2.1 million barrels of oil equivalent a day (mmboed), was 6% lower. Reported production in the third quarter is expected to be lower due primarily to turnaround and seasonal maintenance activities."
05:52 EDTBPBP reports Q2 EPS $1.18, consensus $1.12
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July 23, 2014
07:58 EDTBPBP management to meet with ISI Group
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06:36 EDTBPEU fails to impose tough sanctions on Russia, NY Times says
EU foreign ministers failed to impose any tough sanctions against Russia during a meeting of the bloc's foreign ministers yesterday, according to The New York Times. Given their dependence on Russia's energy, EU countries have "largely decided" they "have to live with" Russia, the newspaper stated. Significant Russian companies include Gazprom (OGZPY), Lukoil (LUKOY) and Yandex (YNDX), while BP (BP) has a 20% stake in major Russian energy company Rosneft. Reference Link
July 22, 2014
06:29 EDTBPEU weighing new sanctions on Russia, NY Times says
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July 21, 2014
08:16 EDTBPFMC Technologies signs agreement to develop susbsea equipment and systems
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July 18, 2014
06:33 EDTBPChinese helping Russia blunt sanctions' impact, NY Times says
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