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PetroLogistics LP (PDH)

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  • Cotanche Investments | Send Message 6 May 2014

    PetroLogistics - A Propylene Play With A 10.6% Yield $PDH http://seekingalpha.com/a/1b0dx
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      • Philip Trinder | Send Message 13 Apr 2014
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          • Philip Trinder | Send Message 23 Feb 2014
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              • Philip Trinder | Send Message 16 Feb 2014

                #MLP Weekly: http://bit.ly/NVN113 $EPB $NS $SXE $NKA $LRE $FGP $NMM $RNO $NSH $PDH $NTI $OCIR $BWP $STON $MEP $SRLP $DKL $ARP
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                  • Grizzly Bear | Send Message 13 Feb 2014

                    Why I Believe PetroLogistics' Share Price Will Fall $PDH http://seekingalpha.com/a/176it
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                      • Philip Trinder | Send Message 21 Dec 2013
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                          • Philip Trinder | Send Message 7 Dec 2013
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                              • Philip Trinder | Send Message 1 Dec 2013
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                                  • COBeeMan | Send Message 25 Nov 2013

                                    What's up with $PDH today down 3.47% with no news?
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                                    • optionballa | Send Message 26 Nov 2013
                                      : cost of feedstock going up and predicted to increase through 2014
                                    • optionballa | Send Message 26 Nov 2013
                                      : cost of feedstock going up and predicted to increase through 2014
                                      • Philip Trinder | Send Message 24 Nov 2013
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                                          Company Description
                                          PetroLogistics LP owns and operates a propane dehydrogenation facility producing propylene from propane. In addition to propylene, it also produces commercial quantities of hydrogen and C4 mix/C5+ streams.