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  • In October 2018, ETE completed its acquisition of ETP. The simplified entity is now operating as one Partnership known as Energy Transfer LP, and is traded on the NYSE under the ticker "ET."
  • Sunoco LP completed its redemption of all outstanding Series A Preferred Sunoco LP Units from ETE in February 2018. At the same time, Sunoco LP also completed the repurchase of approximately 17.3 million SUN common units from ETP. Following the closing of the transaction, ETP continues to own 26.2 million Sunoco LP common units, representing an approximately 31.8% of Sunoco LP’s total outstanding common units.
  • ETP and ETE announced on Jan. 16, 2018 that USA Compression Partners (USAC) will acquire ETP’s subsidiaries, CDM Resource Management LLC and CDM Environmental & Technical Services LLC. As part of the transaction, ETE will acquire the ownership interests in the general partner of USAC and approximately 12.5 million USAC common units from USA Compression Holdings.
  • ETP announced in October 2017 that its wholly owned subsidiaries, Energy Transfer Interstate Holdings, LLC (“ETIH”) and ET Rover Pipeline LLC (“HoldCo”), closed the previously announced sale of a 49.9% interest in HoldCo. HoldCo owns a 65% interest in Rover Pipeline LLC. As a result of this closing, HoldCo is now owned 50.1% by Energy Transfer and 49.9% by Blackstone Energy Partners.
  • ETP announced that the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline, collectively the “Bakken Pipeline,” began commercial service on June 1, 2017. The Bakken Pipeline is a joint venture between ETP with a 38.25 percent interest, MarEn Bakken Company LLC with a 36.75 percent interest, and Phillips 66 with a 25 percent interest.
  • ETP and SXL closed on their previously announced merger in April 2017. The combined company is now called Energy Transfer Partners (NYSE:ETP). Under the terms of the transaction, ETP unitholders received 1.5 common units of SXL for each common unit of ETP they own. This equated to a 10% premium to the volume weighted average pricing of ETP’s common units for the last 30 trading days immediately prior to the announcement of the transaction.
  • ETP and SXL announced they successfully completed approximately $3.4 billion of committed debt financing and equity transactions, including the project financing for the Dakota Access Pipeline ("DAPL") and Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline ("ETCOP") projects (collectively the "Bakken Pipeline"), as well as the closing of the previously announced sale by ETP and SXL of a 36.75% interest in the Bakken Pipeline to MarEn Bakken Company LLC ("MarEn"), an entity jointly owned by MPLX LP and Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P.
  • ETP announced in February 2017 plans to construct a fifth natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation facility at Mont Belvieu, Texas. Fractionator V will have a capacity of 120,000 bbls/d and will include a new 3 million barrel y-grade storage cavern. It is scheduled to be operational by September of 2018.
  • ETP and SUN completed the dropdown of remaining wholesale fuel and retail marketing assets. This final dropdown completed a total of $5.7 billion of dropdowns from ETP to SUN since the fourth quarter of 2014, transforming SUN into one of the leading wholesale fuel and retail marketing platforms in the United States, with tremendous geographic scale and a unique diversity of business drivers.
  • ETP began operations of its fourth fractionation facility at Mont Belvieu, Texas in December 2016 with a capacity of 120,000 bbls/d. The 120,000 barrel per day fractionator cost approximately $450 million and is fully subscribed by multiple long-term contracts and provides off-take for the new 533-mile, 24- and 30-inch Lone Star Express Pipeline.
  • ETP, SXL, and PSX announced the start of commercial operations on the 30-inch segment of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline from Nederland, Texas, to Lake Charles, Louisiana. Bayou Bridge is jointly owned by subsidiaries of Phillips 66 Partners LP (NYSE:PSXP), Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE:ETP) and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (NYSE:SXL).
  • ETP announced it closed on its previously announced acquisition of certain interests in PennTex Midstream Partners, LP (NASDAQ: PTXP) from various parties for total consideration of approximately $640 million in ETP units and cash. ETP now owns 100% of the general partner of PTXP, together with all of its incentive distribution rights (IDRs), as well as 6.3 million common units and all 20 million subordinated units of PTXP, representing approximately 65 percent of the total limited partner interests in PTXP.
  • SXL and ETP announced plans to enter into a merger agreement providing for the acquisition of ETP by SXL in a unit-for-unit transaction. The transaction closed in the second quarter of 2017.
  • Lone Star commissioned its third 100,000 Bbl/day fractionation plant at Mont Belvieu in late December 2015. Plans for construction were first announced in 2014.
  • SUN completed the acquisition of Susser Holdings (SHC) from ETP Holdco Corporation and Heritage Holdings, Inc., wholly owned subsidiaries of Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE: ETP). The transaction is valued at approximately $1.93 billion. SUN paid approximately $970 million in cash and issued to ETP's subsidiaries approximately 22 million SUN units, valued at approximately $970 million.
  • ETP and SUN announced ETP’s dropdown of its remaining 68.42% interest in Sunoco LLC and 100% interest in the legacy Sunoco, Inc. Retail business for approximately $2.26 billion wholesale fuel and retail marketing assets. The transaction was effective as of January 1, 2016 and closed in February 2016.
  • ETP and Regency Energy Partners, LP completed its merger in an $18 billion unit-for-unit transaction. Regency became a wholly owned subsidiary of ETP and ceased to be a publicly traded partnership. The merger made ETP, as of May 2015, the second-largest MLP and increased its diversification both geographically, with operations in substantially all major producing areas in the U.S., and across business lines.
  • ETP and ETE announced final terms of Bakken Pipeline Project and SXL GP/IDR exchange, which closed in the first quarter of 2015. ETP received for redemption of 30.8 million ETP common units owned by ETE, ETE’s 45% interest in the Bakken Pipeline, $879 million in cash, plus reimbursement for development expenses in exchange for a 40% interest in the SXL GP/IDRs through additional Class H units to be issued by ETP. IDR subsidies from ETE to ETP were reduced by $55 million in 2015 and $30 million in 2016. Upon closing, ETE owned 90.05% interest in the SXL GP/IDRs through Class H Units.
  • ETP acquired Susser Holdings (NYSE: SUSS) and the General Partner of Susser Petroleum Partners L.P. (NYSE: SUSP) in a units and cash transaction valued at $1.8 billion. SUSP was renamed Sunoco LP (NYSE: SUN); MACs/Tigermarket stores were the first of the retail assets ETP dropped down to the new SUN; SUN acquired Hawaii-based Aloha Petroleum.
  • The Lone Star joint venture between ETP and RGP announced plans to construct Lone Star Express, a new 533-mile, 24- and 30-inch natural gas liquids pipeline from the Permian Basin to Mont Belvieu and plans to convert Lone Star’s existing West Texas 12-inch NGL pipeline into crude oil/condensate service.
  • ETP announced the Rover natural gas pipeline to connect Marcellus and Utica Shale supplies to markets in the Midwest, Great Lakes, and Gulf Coast regions of the United States and Canada. The Rover Pipeline was estimated to cost approximately $3.7 billion and was originally owned 65% by ETP and 35% by AE-Midco Rover.
  • ETP announced the open season for anew 1,100-mile pipeline that would transport crude from the Bakken/Three Forks production area in North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois, where it would interconnect with the Trunkline Pipeline, which would be converted from natural gas to crude service.. , The project, now called Bakken Pipeline Project, was approximated to cost $5 billion and started as a joint venture between ETP (75%) and Phillips 66 (25%).
  • ETP announced it began construction on two new 200 MMcf/day cryogenic gas processing plants, the East Texas Plant and the REM Eagle Ford Plant II. It also announced construction of the 70-mile Volunteer Pipeline, all which to service the growing Eagle Ford and Eaglebine production areas of Texas,
  • ETP's Houston Pipe Line Company LP and Oasis Pipeline, LP announced 15-year agreements with Comisión Federal De Electricidad to provide natural gas transportation service for 930,000 MMBtu of natural gas per day to Mexico.
  • ETP announced a long-term agreement with XTO Energy to provide gathering and processing services in the Permian Basin. The project, now completed, includes the 180 MMcf/d Rebel processing plant in Glasscock County and over 100 miles of high pressure and low pressure gathering pipelines connecting to the plant.
  • ETP transfered its ownership in Lake Charles LNG to ETE in exchange for 18.7 million ETP common units held by ETE. The units are redeemed by ETP.
  • To further simplify structure, Southern Union and PEPL Holdings were merged into Panhandle, owned by ETP.
  • ETP sold 18.9 million AmeriGas common units it originally received in connection with the contribution of its propane business to AmeriGas in January 2012.
  • ETE announced a two-for-one unit split (completed January 2014), a $1 billion unit buyback program, and commited to purchase $400 million of RGP's common units as part of the consideration for RGP's $1.3 billion acquisition of the midstream business of Eagle Rock Energy Partners.
  • Completed transactions to simplify partnership structure with the contribution of SUGS to Regency and ETP's acquisition of ETE interest in ETP Holdco.
  • ETP announced plans with SXL and Lone Star to construct a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) export/import facility on the Gulf Coast and executed long-term, fee based agreements with anchor tenant.
  • ETP received DOE approval to export liquefied natural gas ("LNG") from its existing Lake Charles facility for up to 15 million metric tons, and subsequently entered into a project development agreement with BG to jointly develop the LNG export project.
  • Closed on the exchange of 50.16 million ETP common units previously owned by ETE, for new Class H units issued by ETP that track 50% of the underlying economics of the general partner and IDRs of SXL.
  • Placed in-service Lone Star's second fractionator at its facility in Mont Belvieu, Texas, bringing Lone Star's total fractionation capacity at Mont Belvieu to 200,000 barrels per day.
  • Completed the sale of the assets of Missouri Gas Energy to Laclede Gas Company, for $975 million.
  • Completed contribution of propane business to AmeriGas Partners, L.P.
  • Announced a second Mont Belvieu fractionation plant and expansion of Eagle Ford projects.
  • ETE completed the merger with Southern Union Company; ETP acquired Southern Union's 50% interest in Citrus Corp., which owns Florida Gas Transmission.
  • ETP completed the merger with Sunoco, Inc.; ETP acquired Sunoco’s general partner interests, incentive distribution rights, and 32.4% limited partner interest in Sunoco Logistics Partners, L.P.
  • At completion of merger with Sunoco, Inc., ETP Holdco Corporation is formed to improve operating efficiency of assets.
  • Announced plans to sell regulated utilities to Laclede Gas Company, Inc.
  • ETP and Regency acquired the natural gas liquids (NGL) business of Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy and formed Lone Star NGL JV.
  • Lone Star NGL JV announced new Mont Belvieu fractionation plant and West Texas NGL pipeline projects to significantly expand liquids platform.
  • Expansion of Eagle Ford shale projects with the Rich Eagle Ford Mainline pipeline and new processing facility in Jackson County, TX.
  • FEP and Tiger completed ahead of schedule and significantly under budget.
  • ETE completes acquisition of the general partner of Regency Energy Partners.
  • MEP completed and placed in-service.
  • Completed Phoenix and San Juan projects, expanding Transwestern Pipeline.
  • Initiated open season for new interstate gas pipeline, Tiger Pipeline.
  • Completed and placed into service several large diameter pipelines, including Southeast Bossier, Paris Loop and Carthage Loop pipelines.
  • Initiated open season for new interstate gas pipeline, Fayetteville Express Pipeline ("FEP"), a 50/50 joint venture with KMP.
  • Completed the first 42-inch diameter natural gas pipeline in the state of Texas in 2007.
  • Initiated open season for new interstate gas pipeline, Midcontinent Express Pipeline ("MEP"), a 50/50 joint venture with Kinder Morgan Energy Partners ("KMP").
  • Energy Transfer Equity was formed in 2002 and was privately held until February 2006, when ETE completed its IPO. Public trading of ETE units began on February 3, 2006 on the NYSE ticker symbol ETE.
  • ETP acquired Transwestern Pipeline.
  • ETP acquired Houston Pipeline.
  • ETP acquired the TUFCO pipeline system.
  • Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE:ETP) became a publicly traded partnership.