Williams lowers FY13-14 adjusted segment profit/distributable cash flow view Williams Partners is lowering its 2013-14 guidance for adjusted segment profit and distributable cash flow primarily to reflect sharply lower commodity margin assumptions. Capital expenditures for 2013-14 are increasing, primarily due to increases of approximately $220 million in 2013 and $210 million in 2014 associated with a change in the forecasting presentation for Williams Partnersí Gulfstar FPS and Constitution Pipeline projects. Previous capital expenditure guidance only reflected Williams Partnersí 51-percent interest in Gulfstar and its 51-percent interest in Constitution. While Williams Partnersí interests in each project are unchanged, the new guidance reflects Gulfstar and Constitution on a fully consolidated basis with our partners non-controlling interests reflected separately. The capital increases associated with this presentation change will be fully offset by capital contributions from the partners on each project.
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Williams Partners completes acquisition of Williams' Canadian assets Williams Partners L.P. (WPZ) announced that it has completed the transaction to acquire Williamsí (WMB) currently in-service Alberta, Canada operations for $1.2B. The partnership announced the agreement on Feb. 26. The assets include an oil sands offgas processing plant near Fort McMurray, approximately 260 miles of NGL and olefins pipelines, as well as an NGL/olefins fractionation facility and butylene/butane splitter facility at Redwater. Williams Partners also acquired an in-progress expansion project at the Redwater facility. The expansion will provide additional fractionation business to Williams Partners related to development of offgas processing at the CNRL Horizon upgrader facility retained by Williams.