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TransMontaigne Partners announces agreement with Plains All American Pipeline

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TransMontaigne Partners LP has announced that one of its wholly owned subsidiaries has entered into an agreement to acquire the Martinez Terminal and Richmond Terminal from an affiliate of Plains All American Pipeline, LP, for a total purchase price of US$275 million.

The acquisition expands the partnership’s storage and terminaling footprint into the San Francisco Bay Area refining complex, and it is expected to be financed through the proceeds of a common unit offering and cash available from other sources. The closing of the acquisition is expected to occur around 1 January 2018, subject to customary closing conditions.

“We believe that this transaction strengthens our position as one of the leading refined products terminaling and transportation service providers in the country,” said Fred Boutin, CEO of TransMontaigne Partners. “The West Coast Facilities are strategically located within the San Francisco Bay Area refining complex, one of the largest refining complexes in North America. These terminals and their fee-based cash flows are well-aligned with our existing business model, and are backed by agreements with customers that include many of the largest, most-recognisable refining, refining logistics and merchant trading companies in the world. This acquisition, combined with the organic growth we have executed this year, supports and extends our commitment to deliver stable and growing distributions over the long-term.”

The West Coast Facilities include two waterborne refined product and crude oil terminals with a total of 64 storage tanks with approximately 5.4 million barrels of storage capacity. The facilities have extensive connectivity to domestic and international refined product and crude oil markets through significant marine, pipeline, truck and rail capabilities. They are also supported by multi-year, fee-based agreements with contract terms of up to 5 years.

The purchase price reflects a less than ten times multiple of the partnership’s estimate of the 2018 EBITDA attributable to the West Coast Facilities based on current customer contracts and historical and anticipated activity levels, revenues and operating costs. The partnership cautions that it cannot provide any assurance that the West Coast Facilities will achieve this anticipated level of EBITDA.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/10112017/transmontaigne-partners-announces-agreement-with-plains-all-american-pipeline/


 

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