the last 52 weeks. Marathon Petroleum ( MPC ) gained 47%, Tesoro ( TSO ) 41%, Phillips 66 ( PSX ) 37% and Western Refining ( WNR ) 36%. (click to enlarge) Industry profiting from shale exploration boom In a related Complete Story »
narrowing of crude discounts. Western competes with the more complex ..... competitors from supplying Western 's key markets.The acquisition ..... of a stake in NTI increased Western 's refining capacity at an ..... variable MLP structure as well. Western Refining is an independent oil refiner
have rebounded nicely since October and a large part of the 12-month performance was earned just during those two months. HollyFrontier ( HFC ) returned 9% over the same time period, Western Refining ( WNR ) 37%, Tesoro Complete Story »
Western Refining ( WNR +2.8% ) is upgraded to Buy from Neutral ..... UBS views yesterday's announcement that WNR acquired the general partner interest in ..... multiple of the c-corp coverage universe and WNR 's 3.3x; as such, it's not a matter
Goldman Sachs says Western Refining 's ( WNR +7.2% ) move to acquire a 38 ..... companies , reiterating Buy ratings. WNR gains access to NTI’s St. Paul ..... while awaiting more details on whether WNR plans to set up an MLP for its existing
Nov 12 (Reuters) - Western Refining Inc said it would buy a controlling stake in Northern Tier Energy LP for about $775 million to add refining capacity with direct access to cheap crude oil.
including those of the general partner, to Western Refining ( WNR +9.3% ) for $775M; WNR now owns 100% of the general partner and 38.7% of NTI. ( earlier ) WNR says the deal adds scale to its business and
Western Refining ( WNR ) is set to gain control of Northern Tier ..... 775M, WSJ reports; as part of the deal, WNR would get 100% of the general partner that controls NTI. It is unclear how much WNR is paying per ownership unit, but it appears
Nov 11 (Reuters) - Western Refining Inc is close to buying a controlling stake in Northern Tier Energy LP for about $775 million to capitalize on rising U.S. oil production, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Neutral from Underperform as "the themes which drove expected underperformance have now become more visible"; Western Refining ( WNR +0.3% ) and Delek US ( DK -1% ) are "interesting." Post your comment!