Will Spectra Energy Partners, LP(NYSE:SEP), Oneok Partners LP(NYSE:OKS), and Western Gas Equity Partners LP(NYSE:WGP) See Their Liquid Trading Values Solidify?


Atlanta, GA – Scibility Media – 10/13/2014

This article discusses three natural gas companies with very different bid and offer prices: Spectra Energy Partners, LP(NYSE:SEP), Oneok Partners LP(NYSE:OKS), and Western Gas Equity Partners LP(NYSE:WGP)

Spectra Energy Partners, LP(NYSE:SEP) announced on Oct. 9th that it will be presenting its third quarter financial results before the markets open on Nov. 5th and will be hosting a conference call at 9AM EST on that same date. The Texas-based company engages in the transportation of natural gas through pipeline systems in Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia. The company’s bid and offer prices indicate liquidity, with figures of $45.37 x 100 and $57.69 x 1,000, respectively.

Will Spectra’s Upcoming Third Quarter Financial Results Report Stabilize Its Bid And Offer Prices?

Oneok Partners LP(NYSE:OKS) is another highly liquid stock, with a bid price of $44.90 x 300 and an offer price of $58.80 x 100. The Oklahoma-based company gathers, processes, stores, and transports natural gas in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, and Colorado. On Sept. 22nd, the company announced its new investment plan. Oneok Partners will be building an 80-million cubic feet per day natural gas processing facility in North Dakota and another facility in Wyoming.

Should You Be Excited By Oneok’s Investment Plans Or Is The Company’s Expansion Too Risky?

On Sept. 26th, coverage of Western Gas Equity Partners LP(NYSE:WGP) was initiated by Mizuho, which assigned a rating of Neutral to the company. Like Spectra Energy Partners and Oneok Partners, the company’s stock is currently highly liquid. Western Gas Equity Partners currently has a bid price of $51.86 x 100 and an offer price of $61.24 x 100. The Texas-based company gathers, compresses, and transports natural gas in Texas, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, Kansas and Oklahoma.

What Does Mizuho’s Coverage Mean For Western Gas? Will The Company Benefit From Boosted Exposure?

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