July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

Features

Analysis: Williams Takeover Bid Portends Moves to Come

In the wake of Energy Transfer Enterprises’ (ETE) thus far unsuccessful takeover bid of Williams Cos., some in the industry are predicting more of the same type of activity as cheap energy spurs stronger companies to look for less sound rivals to gobble up. In fact, some analysts see the ETE offer as an early example of an anticipated consolidation among companies in the fuel transfer business. To some extent, companies that operate pipelines have been spared the pain of the sharp decline of oil prices during the past year. However, observers say enlarging their operations through mergers would be profitable regardless of the price of oil. “We think there will be more merger a

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