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June 25, 2014
13:22 EDTETP, SXLEnergy Transfer announces crude oil pipeline project
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) announced that its board has approved building an approximate 1,100 mile crude oil pipeline to transport crude supply from strategic receipt points in the Bakken/Three Forks production area in North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois, where the Bakken Pipeline will interconnect with Energy Transfer’s existing 30-inch diameter Trunkline Pipeline, which is being converted from natural gas service to crude transportation service. From Patoka, shippers will be able to access multiple markets, including Midwest markets and East Coast markets by rail as well as the Gulf Coast, via Trunkline, to the Nederland, Texas crude oil terminalling facility of Sunoco Logistics (SXL). Additionally, Energy Transfer will develop a rail terminal facility in Illinois to access East Coast refineries. ETP has already begun the process of ordering steel and negotiating construction contracts for the Bakken Pipeline, and ETP expects to have the Bakken Pipeline built and in service, and the Trunkline crude oil conversion project completed and in service, by the end of 2016. ETP is in discussions with SXL regarding a potentially significant equity participation by SXL.
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August 29, 2014
09:26 EDTETPEnergy Transfer Partners, Susser Holdings announce completion of merger
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August 28, 2014
12:55 EDTETPSusser Holdings shareholders approve merger with Energy Transfer Partners
Susser Holdings (SUSS) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) are pleased to announce that Susser Holdings' stockholders voted to approve the proposed merger with ETP at the special meeting of Susser stockholders. Approximately 99% of the shares voted at the meeting voted in favor of the adoption of the merger agreement, which represented approximately 77% of Susser's total outstanding shares of common stock as of the July 22 record date for the special meeting.
August 26, 2014
08:03 EDTETPSusser, Energy Transfer Partners report preliminary merger consideration results
Susser Holdings (SUSS) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) announced the preliminary results of the elections made by Susser common stockholders regarding their preference as to the form of merger consideration to be received in Energy Transfer Partners’ pending acquisition of Susser. As previously announced on April 28, 2014, Susser Holdings Corporation entered into an Agreement and Plan of Merger with Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. and certain other parties thereto. Pursuant to the merger agreement, Susser stockholders were entitled to elect to receive, (i) a combination of $40.125 in cash and 0.7253 of an ETP common unit, (ii) $80.25 in cash (iii) 1.4506 ETP common units, for each share of Susser common stock they own immediately prior to the merger. The deadline for making this election was 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time on August 25, 2014. Based on available information as of the Election Deadline, the preliminary merger consideration election results are as follows: Holders of approximately 7% of the outstanding shares of Susser common stock, or 1,489,061 shares of common stock, elected the standard mix of consideration; Holders of approximately 1% of the outstanding shares of Susser common stock, or 264,840 shares of common stock, made a cash election; and Holders of approximately 85% of the outstanding shares of Susser common stock, or 18,576,197 shares of common stock, made a unit election. Holders of approximately 7% of the outstanding shares of Susser common stock, or 1,464,477 shares of common stock, failed to make a valid election prior to the Election Deadline and therefore are deemed to have elected the standard mix of consideration.

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