Balance Sheet (Annual)
EQGP / EQT GP Holdings LP Balance Sheet shows account balances for the company at points in time. Balance Sheet data includes Assets, Current Assets, Fixed Assets, Property, Plant and Equipment (PPE), Inventory, Intangibles, Liabilities, Current Liabilities, Debt, Capital Lease Obligations, Common Stock, Retained Earnings, Treasury Stock, and Shareholders Equity.
All numbers are times 1,000 except per share units.
Peers - Natural Gas Transmission (4922)
CNNX / CONE Midstream Partners LP
DCP / DCP Midstream LP
DM / Dominion Midstream Partners LP
DPM / DCP Midstream Partners, LP
EPD / Enterprise Products Partners L.P.
EQM / EQT Midstream Partners LP
ETE / Entergy Transfer Equity LP
ETP / Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.
NGLS / Targa Resources Partners LP
SEP / Spectra Energy Partners LP
SMLP / Summit Midstream Partners LP
SXE / Southcross Energy Partners, L.P.
TCP / TC Pipelines, LP
TEGP / Tallgrass Energy GP, LP
TEP / Tallgrass Energy Partners, LP
TRGP / Targa Resources Corp.
USAC / USA Compression Partners LP
WPZ / Access Midstream Partners, L.P
Related News Stories
As if stuck on repeat, oil and natural gas were up, midstream was down this week. The S&P 500 paused its upward trajectory, and utilities were negative for a second straight week. Income securities had a rough month generally, and it feels like midstream is being painted with the "income stock" brush rather than the "energy stock" brush. (11-0)
EQT is spinning off a midstream business after a series of transactions, and it's not totally clear why. (2-0)
This week, Midstream stocks were little changed and basically kept pace with the S&P 500, which hit a new all-time high for the first time since January. Midstream stocks didn't get additional lift from the first positive week for oil prices in two months, but it certainly didn't hurt. Trading volume was light across midstream, with a few exceptions, and should be even lighter next week. (17-0)
Midstream traded up for a 6th straight week, with MLPs again out front with a 2.2% total return. The MLP Index's YTD total return is now nearly 12% after being negative less than a month ago. The broad market struggled a bit, and midstream was a safe place to hide on Friday when the broad market sold off on Turkey's currency plunge. (6-0)
WallStars are distinguished by positive broker target price upsides. Energy firms with over 2.75% dividend yield made a list of 81 high yield WallStars. (1-1)
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