Aug. 29, 2014, 2:58 PM
- Energy Transfer Partners (ETP +0.2%) says it completed its deal to acquire Susser Holdings (NYSE:SUSS), which will ultimately bring the Stripes and Sunoco convenience stores under the same umbrella.
- ETP gains ownership of more than 640 convenience stores in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma; geographically, the deal compliments ETP's earlier acquisition of Sunoco, which has a major presence in the eastern and southeastern U.S.
Apr. 28, 2014, 7:18 AM
- Under terms of the deal - unanimously approved by both boards - Susser (SUSS) owners can received either $80.25 in cash for 1.4506 ETP units for each share of Susser they own. Susser closed at $57.03 on Friday.
- Susser currently operates 630 retail convenience stores (Stripes) across Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
- Energy Transfer already has agreement from Susser shareholders representing 10% of the company to exchange their SUSS shares for ETP shares.
- Overall synergies between Stripes and Sunoco are expected to exceed $70M annually, and be realized within 6-12 months post-closing.
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Susser Holdings Corp together with its subsidiaries, operates convenience stores and distributes motor fuels in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. It operates through two segments, Retail and Wholesale.
Industry: Grocery Stores
Country: United States