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  1. Suburban Propane's Adjusted Second Quarter Results Advance on Margin Strength


    Thu, 7 May 2015

    fall in propane and other refined fuels prices is relieving the pressure from user conservation. With the synergies from the Inergy acquisition now fully realized, and the positive volumetric impact establish for a basis of comparison, we're watching carefully

  2. Suburban Propane's Fiscal 2014 Results Slightly Below Forecast, Modest Growth Over 2013


    Fri, 14 Nov 2014

    assume a 4.5% recovery in volume in 2015. Management highlighted the winding down of its integration efforts following the Inergy deal, which will positively affect financial comparables in 2015 as integration costs totaled $11.6 million in fiscal 2014

  3. Suburban Reports Wider 3Q Loss on Lower EBITDA as Volume Falls


    Fri, 8 Aug 2014

    During the quarter, Suburban generated $10 million in EBITDA adjusted for nonrecurring items, including $4.3 million in Inergy Propane integration expenses, versus $19.2 million in similarly adjusted EBITDA for the year-ago quarter, which included

  4. Suburban Propane's Fiscal 2Q Rises as Higher Volumes Offset Extra Costs From Propane Crunch


    Thu, 8 May 2014

    propane, Suburban managed to grow volumes and maintain strong per-unit margins. Driven by these factors, EBITDA adjusted for Inergy integration costs and mark-to-market rose 8% from the second quarter of fiscal 2013. We are maintaining our $352 million

  5. Suburban's Fiscal 1Q Performance Mostly Flat as Warm Start and Cold Finish Cancel Out


    Fri, 7 Feb 2014

    distributable unit to $0.97 per unit from $1.00 per unit in the prior-year period. EBITDA adjusted for hedging and Inergy integration costs was effectively flat. We are maintaining our forecast for full-year 2014 EBITDA of $353 million. Suburban

  6. Suburban Propane's Cash Machine Rebounds in 2013


    Tue, 19 Nov 2013

    cooler weather and a full year of new Inergy volume drove an 88% jump in volume ..... higher depreciation from inclusion of Inergy 's newer asset base and higher per ..... stable trend, narrow moat rating. With Inergy fully in the fold and assuming average

  7. Suburban Propane's Third-Quarter Loss Widens, But Adjusted EBITDA Grows With Inergy Consolidation


    Thu, 8 Aug 2013

    primarily driven by the inclusion of the Inergy propane acquisition. Suburban's net ..... incorporation of new volumes from the Inergy acquisition. In our view, the remainder ..... return to its acquisition strategy once the Inergy business is more fully integrated, offsetting

  8. Weather and Inergy Acquisition Drive Surge in Suburban's Volumes, EBITDA in Fiscal 2Q


    Fri, 10 May 2013

    quarter in 2012. A return to colder weather and the impact of new Inergy volumes drove a major rebound in volumes across all segments ..... material change to our fair value estimate at this time. The Inergy acquisition expanded Suburban's footprint and diversified

  9. Crestwood Midstream & Inergy Midstream to Mergre


    Mon, 6 May 2013

    Crestwood Midstream and Inergy Midstream to merge. 6% pop for CMLP http://www.crestwoodlp.com/myviewer.aspx?pid=e796e5f0-95df-4818-adc1-c654b3155f94

  10. Performance Comparison of Selected MLPs


    Thu, 25 Apr 2013

    has a way of happening with good operating performance. > Only two companies had 2-year negative total returns, Inergy ( NRGY ) and Suburban Propane (SPH). http://seekingalpha.com/article/1368061-performance-comparison-of

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