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Pembina Pipeline Corporation T.PPL

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Midstream
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.PPL.DB.B | T.PPL.DB.C | T.PPL.DB.E | T.PPL.DB.F | T.PPL.PR.A

Pembina Pipeline Corp transports crude oil and natural gas liquids produced in Western Canada. It owns and operates oil sands pipelines.
Price: $49.97 | Change: +$0.24 | %Change: +0.48%
Volume: 637,955 | Day High/Low: 49.97/49.44 | 52 Week High/Low: 49.76/31.88


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1 star

CEO Pay Packets, Mid-Stream Pipelines, Not Unreasonable

I dare say (for ALA, PPL. KEY and IPL) the pay packets are vey fair in context of outstanding stock performance the past 2 years, around the $1.0-1.5 million bracket. compare that to Fellers like...read more
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"Top Pick," by Hap Sneddon, Castlemore, Aug. 27th

on BNN MarketCall, says PPL has a 'fantastic trend." I note PPL is about 10% of his Fund, which is up 28% YOY. I, too, have a position weighting in both my Trading and RSP accounts, of well over 5...read more
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RE:RE:RE:PPL plan to export 75,000 bbl/day propane to Asia

The first propane cargo to be sent out in the 2017-2020 time frame.  When a company estimates time it is more often later than earlier. The last time i check the calendar it was 2014. PPL continues to...read more
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RE:RE:PPL plan to export 75,000 bbl/day propane to Asia

You assumed correctly. All of the Canadian-sourced propane would be shipped by rail to the proposed marine terminal which would be capable of loading up to 75,000 bbls a day onto tankers bound for...read more
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RE:PPL plan to export 75,000 bbl/day propane to Asia

Can I assume that propane can be transported on existing infrastructure (i.e. railcars) and, therefore, no need to negotiate with 300 native groups?  rate and reply
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PPL plan to export 75,000 bbl/day propane to Asia

Aug. 26, 2014   Pembina Pipeline Corporation is seeking approval to export up to 75,000 bbls a day of propane from a marine terminal to be built on the west coast of either Canada or the United...read more
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Price of Crude Oil down 20% or so...

in the last few months or so. Do we care here at T.PPL? No. Contracts to deliver are (fairly) secure, long  term affairs, not at mercy of daily fluctations of oil pricing, like T.SU, T.CNQ, etc., are....read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:If

i don't mean someone will make an 60$ offer. I'm just saying it would take $60 before i'm even considering selling some PPL.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:If

I think $60 may be ambitious. $60 would be 36x 2016 estimated earnings. If an offer does come for, say, $55, the share price rallies to $55, management contemplates the offer but then says "no" and...read more
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RE:Follow-up to Mrbb:"Unloved" stocks

uchuck -(5/14/2014 2:22:30 AM) Follow-up to Mrbb:"Unloved" stocks TRP is one to avoid, just seems to be an 'unloved" stock, c'est la vie. Another "unloved" stock is Loblaw, not a "pipe," just a name...read more
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PPL is Member of Uchuck's Elite Four-Pipe Club

See my note under T.KEY, KEYERA.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:If

nothing grows forever.  To me, price is only 1 factor, who is the buyer is also important. I need 60 before i would even consider parting my shares  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:If

What would you sell for?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:If

Pembina has averaged over 25% compounded annual growth for the last 5 years. Additionally, Pembina provides $1.74 in dividends per year. I believe that Pembina (especially pipeline portion) and CNR...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:If

it's just matter of price. would you sell it for $60?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:If

$50 bid was just a number thrown out by me, i'm sure kinder morgan can afford a 20% premium if they do wanted PPL.  The CEO of kinder morgan just made over $1 billion in 1 day from re-structuring its...read more
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RE:RE:RE:If

A number of things: 1. Pembina's share price growth has been nothing short of stellar for the last 5 years. 2. Pembina is in the midst of incredible infrastructure growth right now. 3. Most companies...read more
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RE:RE:If

No, everything has a price.  I had no choice when Taylor NGL and Great Lake Carbon were taken over.  rate and reply
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Kinder Morgan Not Interested...

in Canada. Gosh, theN  all we would have left in the TSX would be no-longer precious metals, Fortress Paper, TECK, going-nowhere uranium and equally going nowhere potash stocks.  rate and reply
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RE:If

You're joking - right?  rate and reply