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Ep Energy Llc  (EPE)
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Ep Energy Llc's Customers Performance

EPE

 
EPE's Source of Revenues Customers of Ep Energy Llc saw their costs of revenue decrease by -7.06 % in Q4 compare to a year ago, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -4.89 %, for the same period Ep Energy Llc recorded revenue increase by 113.84 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 62.93 %.

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Customers of Ep Energy Llc saw their costs of revenue decrease by -7.06 % in Q4 compare to a year ago, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -4.89 %, for the same period Ep Energy Llc recorded revenue increase by 113.84 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 62.93 %.

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Customers Net Income fell in Q4 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-78.29 % 1.76 %



Ep Energy Llc's Customers, Q4 2018 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Oil And Gas Production Industry -16.41 %   
Customers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry      74.94 %
Customers in Oil Refineries Industry      47.62 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -9.37 %   
Customers in Investment Services Industry      18.07 %
Customers in Electric Utilities Industry -23.27 %   
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry      6.15 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Ep Energy Llc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Our marketing strategy seeks to ensure maximum deliverability of our physical production at the maximum realized prices. We leverage knowledge of markets and transportation infrastructure to enter into beneficial downstream processing, treating and marketing contracts. We primarily sell our domestic oil and natural gas production to third parties at spot market prices, while we sell our NGLs at market prices under monthly or long-term contracts. We typically sell our oil production to a relatively small number of creditworthy counterparties, as is customary in the industry. For the year ended December 31, 2016, five purchasers accounted for approximately 69% of our oil revenues: Flint Hills Resources, LP (an affiliate of Koch Industries), Shell Trading U.S. Co. (an affiliate of Shell Oil Company), JP Energy Products Supply, LLC, Big West Oil LLC and BP Oil Supply (a division of BP P.L.C). Across all of our areas, we maintain adequate gathering, treating, processing and transportation capacity, as well as downstream sales arrangements, to accommodate our production volumes.


In our Eagle Ford Shale area, we are connected to the Camino Real oil gathering system and to the NuStar Energy system. The vast majority of our oil production flows on Camino Real, a 68-mile long pipeline with over 110,000 Bbls/d of capacity and a gravity bank that allows for oil blending to maintain attractive API levels. We have 80,000 Bbls/d of firm capacity on this oil system, of which we utilized an average of 30% during December 2016 and 38% on average for the year. The system delivers oil to the Storey Oil Terminal on Highway 97 east of Cotulla, Texas, six miles southeast of Gardendale, Texas. From the Storey Terminal, oil can be pumped into Harvest’s Arrowhead #1 and/or #2 pipelines, as well as the Plains All American Pipeline connection to the Gardendale Hub. Oil can also be loaded into trucks out of the Storey Terminal or out of the numerous central tank batteries throughout our field, providing additional deliverability, reliability and flexibility. We currently market our oil either at the Storey Terminal, Gardendale or at our central tank batteries under a combination of short and long-term contracts, ranging from monthly deals to multi-year term sales. With adequate takeaway capacity in the region and close proximity to the Gulf Coast refining complex, we believe we have sufficient capacity on our contracts and do not anticipate any issues with marketing and delivering volumes from the Eagle Ford Shale.


Our Eagle Ford natural gas production flows on either the Camino Real gas gathering system or the Frio LaSalle Pipeline system with the majority flowing on the Camino Real gas gathering system. The Camino Real gas gathering system receives high-pressure, unprocessed wellhead gas into an 83-mile pipeline with capacity up to 150 MMcf/d. The gas is then redelivered into interconnects with Energy Transfer, Enterprise, Regency and Eagle Ford Gathering. We currently have 125 MMcf/d of firm transportation capacity on Camino Real, of which we used an average of 43% during December 2016, and we have additional capacity available as needed. We have firm gas gathering, processing and transportation agreements on three of the interconnected gas pipelines downstream of the Camino Real system, with a minimum capacity of approximately 100 MMBtu/d and rights to increase firm capacity as necessary. In addition, gas produced from our northwest acreage position within the Eagle Ford area is connected to the Frio LaSalle Pipeline system, which provides access to firm H2S treating and processing. Frio LaSalle can either return gas to the Camino Real system or, after processing, deliver to various Texas intrastate pipelines and a mix of interstates, such as Texas Eastern Transmission, Tennessee Gas Pipeline, and Transco. We market our physical gas to various purchasers at spot market prices.


Ep Energy Llc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Our marketing strategy seeks to ensure maximum deliverability of our physical production at the maximum realized prices. We leverage knowledge of markets and transportation infrastructure to enter into beneficial downstream processing, treating and marketing contracts. We primarily sell our domestic oil and natural gas production to third parties at spot market prices, while we sell our NGLs at market prices under monthly or long-term contracts. We typically sell our oil production to a relatively small number of creditworthy counterparties, as is customary in the industry. For the year ended December 31, 2016, five purchasers accounted for approximately 69% of our oil revenues: Flint Hills Resources, LP (an affiliate of Koch Industries), Shell Trading U.S. Co. (an affiliate of Shell Oil Company), JP Energy Products Supply, LLC, Big West Oil LLC and BP Oil Supply (a division of BP P.L.C). Across all of our areas, we maintain adequate gathering, treating, processing and transportation capacity, as well as downstream sales arrangements, to accommodate our production volumes.


In our Eagle Ford Shale area, we are connected to the Camino Real oil gathering system and to the NuStar Energy system. The vast majority of our oil production flows on Camino Real, a 68-mile long pipeline with over 110,000 Bbls/d of capacity and a gravity bank that allows for oil blending to maintain attractive API levels. We have 80,000 Bbls/d of firm capacity on this oil system, of which we utilized an average of 30% during December 2016 and 38% on average for the year. The system delivers oil to the Storey Oil Terminal on Highway 97 east of Cotulla, Texas, six miles southeast of Gardendale, Texas. From the Storey Terminal, oil can be pumped into Harvest’s Arrowhead #1 and/or #2 pipelines, as well as the Plains All American Pipeline connection to the Gardendale Hub. Oil can also be loaded into trucks out of the Storey Terminal or out of the numerous central tank batteries throughout our field, providing additional deliverability, reliability and flexibility. We currently market our oil either at the Storey Terminal, Gardendale or at our central tank batteries under a combination of short and long-term contracts, ranging from monthly deals to multi-year term sales. With adequate takeaway capacity in the region and close proximity to the Gulf Coast refining complex, we believe we have sufficient capacity on our contracts and do not anticipate any issues with marketing and delivering volumes from the Eagle Ford Shale.


Our Eagle Ford natural gas production flows on either the Camino Real gas gathering system or the Frio LaSalle Pipeline system with the majority flowing on the Camino Real gas gathering system. The Camino Real gas gathering system receives high-pressure, unprocessed wellhead gas into an 83-mile pipeline with capacity up to 150 MMcf/d. The gas is then redelivered into interconnects with Energy Transfer, Enterprise, Regency and Eagle Ford Gathering. We currently have 125 MMcf/d of firm transportation capacity on Camino Real, of which we used an average of 43% during December 2016, and we have additional capacity available as needed. We have firm gas gathering, processing and transportation agreements on three of the interconnected gas pipelines downstream of the Camino Real system, with a minimum capacity of approximately 100 MMBtu/d and rights to increase firm capacity as necessary. In addition, gas produced from our northwest acreage position within the Eagle Ford area is connected to the Frio LaSalle Pipeline system, which provides access to firm H2S treating and processing. Frio LaSalle can either return gas to the Camino Real system or, after processing, deliver to various Texas intrastate pipelines and a mix of interstates, such as Texas Eastern Transmission, Tennessee Gas Pipeline, and Transco. We market our physical gas to various purchasers at spot market prices.





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EPE's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Ep Energy Llc EPE 76 1,025 -138 502
Centerpoint Energy Inc. CNP 13,146 10,034 1,765 8,540
Conocophillips COP 78 33,774 -492 19,100
Devon Energy Corp DVN 17,393 14,212 346 6,600
EL PASO CORP EP 0 0 0 0
Entergy Corp ETR 16,957 22,420 476 13,393
Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 346,105 246,512 20,541 75,300
Marathon Oil Corp MRO 15,012 5,426 -410 3,359
Agl Resources Inc. GAS 0 7,905 331 5,165
Nisource Inc NI 9,343 6,546 193 8,982
Occidental Petroleum Corp OXY 47,575 13,314 1,902 11,700
Sunoco Lp SUN 2,551 11,078 -167 22,500
Valero Energy Corp VLO 38,033 98,647 4,417 10,007
Williams Companies Inc WMB 23,511 8,131 2,210 6,742
Xcel Energy Inc XEL 28,160 11,537 1,261 11,589
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc PEG 29,847 9,193 2,178 12,689
Pg&e Corp PCG 10,836 16,923 1,526 22,581
Cms Energy Corporation CMS 20,463 6,399 553 7,741
PEOPLES ENERGY CORPORATION PGL 0 0 0 0
Dte Energy Co DTE 22,301 13,428 1,130 10,000
Murphy Oil Corp MUR 4,778 2,146 -202 1,712
Questar Gas Co STR 0 957 74 1,745
Wec Energy Group, Inc. WEC 24,176 7,631 1,237 4,248
Eqt Corp EQT 3,145 3,447 438 1,750
Scana Corporation SCG 6,833 3,531 -115 5,989
Southwestern Energy Co SWN 2,381 3,396 737 2,781
Andeavor TSO 15,308 38,637 1,833 5,600
Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. ICE 46,798 5,945 2,506 2,902
Ameren Corp AEE 17,120 6,248 578 8,527
Loews Corp L 15,467 14,406 1,333 17,510
Sea Ltd SE 7,775 827 -961 5,900
NORTHEAST UTILITIES NU 0 0 0 8,248
Integrys Holding, Inc. TEG 0 0 0 4,472
Phillips 66 PSX 44,412 171,596 5,873 14,000
Oneok Inc OKE 28,498 12,526 673 2,269
Qep Resources, Inc. QEP 1,903 1,944 -136 765
Kinder Morgan, Inc. KMI 51,461 14,070 2,692 11,535
Eversource Energy ES 22,247 7,935 1,006 8,248
Mdu Resources Group Inc MDU 4,998 4,443 281 9,598
Pdc Energy, Inc. PDCE 2,915 922 -128 395
Adams Resources & Energy, Inc. AE 155 1,406 2 645
Ngl Energy Partners Lp NGL 1,680 17,283 -70 2,700
World Point Terminals, Lp WPT 0 100 37 161
Delek Us Holdings, Inc. DK 3,069 8,438 287 1,326
Rice Energy Operating Llc RICE 6,408 1,441 21 467
Western Refining, Inc. WNR 0 0 168 7,134
SUBTOTAL 952,836 864,754 55,925 386,615


             
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