Falco Energy was a crude oil marketing and transportation company which operated in several basins in the continental U.S., including the Bakken and the Eagle Ford. Since 2010, Falco more than quadrupled its managed fleet of trucks and trailers and expanded its operations to South Texas and North Texas/Southern Oklahoma. In July 2012, Falco Energy was acquired by JP Energy Partners. In October 2014, JP Energy completed an initial public offering (NYSE: JPEP).
Genesis Energy was the privately held general partner of a publicly traded MLP, Genesis Energy, L.P. (NYSE: GEL). Genesis Energy, L.P. is a midstream energy master limited partnership headquartered in Houston, Texas, with a diverse portfolio of customers, operations and assets, including refinery-related plants, pipelines, storage terminals and trucking operations.
Great Northern owns and operates pipeline, terminals and related infrastructure in the Williston Basin and provides liquid gathering and marketing services for oil production from the Bakken/Three Forks formations in North Dakota and certain horizons in West Texas. On January 11, 2016,Tesoro Corporation (NYSE: TSO) (“Tesoro”) acquired Great Northern Midstream.
Designed and constructed a 6.5-megawatt combined heat-and-power system supplying electricity, steam, and chilled water to Coca-Cola’s Atlanta Syrup Plant under a 20-year power purchase agreement. The system provides 100 percent of the plant’s energy needs, offsetting the use of fossil fuels. Coca-Cola expects the system to reduce its carbon footprint by approximately 20,400 tons annually.
Northern Tier Energy is a refinery with distribution assets located in St. Paul Park, Minnesota. In July 2012, Northern Tier Energy became the first refinery company to be taken public in a variable rate master limited partnership (NYSE: NTI). In November 2013, a controlling portion of NTI was bought by Western Refining, Inc. (NYSE: WNR).