Will LNG Exports Give Rise to More MLPs?
Dec 23rd 2013 7:00AM
Updated Dec 23rd 2013 7:02AM
We're still years away from commercial scale LNG exports, but that hasn't stopped Dominion Resources or Energy Transfer Partners from making plans to drop down their facilities into a master limited partnership. In this video, Fool contributor Aimee Duffy discusses why MLPs could be a good fit for LNG and how Cheniere Energy has already done this with its existing MLP, Cheniere Energy Partners .
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