Tristan R. Brown
Alternative energy, long/short equity, commodities, energy

Green Plains Partners LP Will Benefit From Favorable Regulation And Growing Gasoline Demand

The turmoil that had hit upstream MLPs in early 2015 and midstream MLPs in the second half of the year spread to even downstream MLPs this month as crude prices fell below $30/bbl amid concerns of oversupply and China's economic weakness. Partnership unit prices of many upstream MLPs are now trading for pennies on the dollar compared to their previous highs and investors in midstream MLPs have incurred losses of more than 50%. Even downstream MLPs, which are insulated from energy price volatility due to their reliance on demand volumes rather than production regions, have experienced lower unit prices in 2016 to date. A rare exception is Green Plains Partners (NASDAQ:GPP), which is trading well above its 52-week

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