“On the Road with SteelPath” is a new video series highlighting some of the energy infrastructure companies that are included in OFI SteelPath’s investable universe.
In the series’ debut video, SteelPath Senior Research Analyst Chad Potter, CFA, visits NuStar Energy L.P.’s (NYSE: NS) North Beach storage and shipping facility in Corpus Christi, Texas, and speaks with NuStar Chief Executive Officer Brad Barron.
Among the topics Chad discusses with NuStar CEO Barron are the economics of the North Beach facility; its pipelines and storage capacity; growth and export prospects tied to increasing shale oil output from the Permian Basin; and NuStar’s health, safety, and environmental policies, procedures, and record.
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