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Enterprise to acquire Oiltanking Partners for $6 billion

11:32 AM MDT | October 1, 2014 | Clay Boswell

Enterprise Products Partners (Houston) has acquired the general partner and limited partner interests in Oiltanking Partners LP for $4.41 billion. Enterprise has also proposed merging Oiltanking Partners with Enterprise in a further exchange of equity that would bring the deal’s total value to about $6 billion, two thirds in equity....


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