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Energy Transfer Partners
Barclays Capital Investment Grade Energy & Pipeline Conference
| Michael Doss | Page 4 of 11 |
February 19, 2017
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4 ETP Overview $1.74 billion of Adjusted EBITDA in 2011 Equity market capitalization of approximately $10.7 billion 1 and an enterprise value of $18.4 billion 1,2 More than $15.5 billion of total assets We have a diversified portfolio of natural gas and natural gas liquids assets strategically positioned to serve many of the major North American natural gas producing basins Approximately 18,000 miles of intrastate and interstate natural gas pipelines 74 Bcf of working natural gas storage capacity More than 1,400 miles of NGL pipeline NGL storage (Mont Belvieu and Hattiesburg Storage) and fractionation facilities The last year has been transformative for ETP as we: Entered the NGL business through our Lone Star joint venture and its acquisition of LDH Energy Contributed our Propane business to AmeriGas Announced more than $3.0 billion of organic growth opportunities with a focus on liquids rich opportunities in the Eagle Ford , Permian, and Woodford areas Throughout this transformation, we have continued to demonstrate our commitment to investment grade ratings by: Focusing on long - term, fee - based contracts Significantly improving our business profile Managing commodity exposure through the use of hedges Applying cash proceeds from the Propane Contribution to reduce indebtedness Issuing more than $3.5 billion in equity over the past three years to fund growth 1 As of March 1, 2012. Excludes the value of incentive distribution rights (IDRs) held by ETE 2 Includes net debt as of December 31, 2011