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ENERGY TRANSFER, LP filed this Form 10-Q on 08/09/2017
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ENERGY TRANSFER, LP AND SUBSIDIARIES
NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
(Tabular dollar amounts are in millions)
(unaudited)
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ORGANIZATION AND BASIS OF PRESENTATION
Organization
Energy Transfer, LP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. Energy Transfer, LP and its subsidiaries are collectively referred to herein as the “Partnership,” “we,” “us,” “our” or “ETLP.”
In April 2017, Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. merged with a subsidiary of Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (the “Sunoco Logistics Merger”), at which time it changed its name from “Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.” to “Energy Transfer, LP” and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. changed its name to “Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.” Following the completion of the Sunoco Logistics Merger, ETLP has no remaining publicly traded units outstanding. Additionally, subsequent to the Sunoco Logistics Merger, ETLP deconsolidated Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. For purposes of maintaining clarity, the following references are used herein:
References to “ETLP” refer to Energy Transfer, LP subsequent to the close of the merger;
References to “Sunoco Logistics” refer to the entity named Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. prior to the close of the merger; and
References to “ETP” refer to the consolidated entity named Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. subsequent to the close of the merger.
The consolidated financial statements of the Partnership presented herein include our operating subsidiaries (collectively, the “Operating Companies”), through which our activities are primarily conducted, as follows:
ETC OLP, Regency and PennTex, which are primarily engaged in midstream and intrastate transportation and storage natural gas operations. ETC OLP and Regency own and operate, through their wholly and majority-owned subsidiaries, natural gas gathering systems, intrastate natural gas pipeline systems and gas processing plants and are engaged in the business of purchasing, gathering, transporting, processing, and marketing natural gas and NGLs in the states of Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, West Virginia, Denver and Ohio.
ET Interstate, with revenues consisting primarily of fees earned from natural gas transportation services and operational gas sales. ET Interstate is the parent company of:
Transwestern, engaged in interstate transportation of natural gas. Transwestern’s revenues consist primarily of fees earned from natural gas transportation services and operational gas sales.
ETC FEP, which directly owns a 50% interest in FEP, which owns 100% of the Fayetteville Express interstate natural gas pipeline.
ETC Tiger, engaged in interstate transportation of natural gas.
CrossCountry, which indirectly owns a 50% interest in Citrus, which owns 100% of the FGT interstate natural gas pipeline.
ETC MEP, which directly owns a 50% interest in MEP.
ET Rover, which owns a 65% interest in Rover pipeline.
ETC Compression, LLC, engaged in natural gas compression services and related equipment sales.
ETP Holdco, which indirectly owns Panhandle and Sunoco, Inc. Panhandle owns and operates assets in the regulated and unregulated natural gas industry and is primarily engaged in the transportation and storage of natural gas in the United States. Sunoco, Inc. owned and operated retail marketing assets, which were contributed to Sunoco LP in March 2016. Subsequent to this transaction, Sunoco Inc.’s assets primarily consist of its ownership in Retail Holdings, which owns noncontrolling interests in Sunoco LP and PES. Subsequent to the Sunoco Logistics Merger, ETLP holds an equity method investment in ETP through ETP Holdco’s ownership of ETP Class E, Class G, and Class K units.
Our financial statements reflect the following reportable business segments:
intrastate transportation and storage;
interstate transportation and storage;


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