Pembina Pipeline Corp. Q2-2019 Earnings & Price Target Update
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Pembina Pipeline Corp. (PPL-TSX, PPL.PF.A, PPL.PR.A,E,G, I, K, M, O, Q, S) owns or has interests in conventional crude oil, condensate, natural gas and natural gas liquids pipelines, oil sands and heavy oil pipelines, gas gathering and processing facilities, NGL infrastructure and logistics, and midstream services. Pembina transports approximately 50% of Alberta's conventional crude oil, and natural gas liquids produced in western Canada; oil sands, heavy oil and diluent pipelines; gas gathering and processing facilities. Pembina provides 30% of the natural gas liquids produced in western Canada, and five oil sands pipelines provide 30% of take away capacity from the Athabasca oil sands region. The pipelines transport conventional and synthetic crude oil and natural liquids. Operations are primarily located in Western Canada. The Pipelines Segment contributes 56% of operating profits, Facilities – 28% and Marketing – 14%. Total assets as of Dec-31-2018 were $26.6B compared to $15B at Dec-31-2016. The growth resulted from the acquisition of Veresen Inc. in Oct-2017 adding $9B of assets with the balance from capital development projects. The longer term strategy is to build infrastructure to connect western Canada petroleum products to global markets to benefit from higher prices. This includes a facility to convert propane in polypropylene for plastics, a Prince Rupert LPG Export Terminal, currently under construction, and the proposed Jordan Cove LNG project.
In 2018, $900M of projects were placed into service, including the Phase IV and V expansions of the Peace Pipeline system from the oil sands, Veresen Midstream's North Central Liquids Hub and Saturn II gas plant, and cavern developments . New capital projects added during 2018 total $1.8B and include Phase VI and VII Peace Pipeline expansions, Hythe Developments and Duvernay III. These projects are underpinned by long-term fee-based contracts.
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