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Targa Resources Corp TRGP Stock Quote

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Targa Benefits From Higher Volumes in Q3 Due to Recent Lucid Deal

Stephen Ellis Sector Strategist

Analyst Note

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Targa’s third-quarter results met our expectations, and the firm reaffirmed a midpoint of 2022 EBITDA at $2.9 billion. However, with natural gas liquids prices well below the firm’s assumptions underlying its guidance during the quarter, we’ve trimmed our 2023 estimates downward to account for lower spreads and fees. We now expect $3.2 billion in 2023 EBITDA compared with earlier forecasts of $3.3 billion. We continue to believe that Targa remains more exposed to volatility in hydrocarbon prices than peers within our North American midstream coverage universe. Despite the lower estimates, we are maintaining our $64-per-share fair value estimate and no-moat rating.

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Company Profile TRGP

Business Description

Targa Resources is a midstream firm that primarily operates gathering and processing assets with substantial positions in the Permian, Stack, Scoop, and Bakken plays. It has 840,000 barrels a day of gross fractionation capacity at Mont Belvieu and operates a liquefied petroleum gas export terminal. The Grand Prix natural gas liquids pipeline recently entered full service.

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811 Louisiana Street, Suite 2100
Houston, TX, 77002
Sector Energy
Industry Oil & Gas Midstream
Employees 2,430

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No. TRGP does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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TRGP’s market cap is 15.45 Bil.
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TRGP’s stock style is Mid Core.
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