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A Rare Opportunity For Yield And Growth

When the whole energy sector was being hit hard at the end of last year, as oil prices collapsed, it became clear that at some point consolidation was inevitable. Heavily indebted companies needed cash as the potential cash flow from investments sunk which created an opportunity for those with the room and the guts to take big risks. Given that environment, the number of actual buyout deals announced in the oil and gas industry so far has been quite low.

What there has been, though, is a significant amount of transfers of individual assets, as companies look to raise cash and renew focus at the same time. Deals such as that are usually beneficial to the seller of the asset, but the value to the buyer often cannot be seen for several years. Occasionally though, along comes a deal that offers almost immediate, measurable benefits to the buyer, and the acquisition of the Grand Isle Gathering System (GIGS)by CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust (CORR) that was announced this week is one of them. The GIGS is a network of 153 miles of undersea pipes that service the shallower portions of the Gulf of Mexico oilfield.

The transaction makes sense for the seller Energy XXI (EXXI), an oil and gas exploration and production company that has been struggling with a large debt load. Diversifying into a midstream, fee-based oil service project made perfect sense for the company when prices were high, but now that the crunch is being felt, and capital expenditure needs are piling up,…

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