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Williams Partners Q2 net income reaches $232mn
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Jul '14
Williams Partners L.P. announced $504 million in distributable cash flow (DCF) attributable to partnership operations in second-quarter 2014, compared with $387 million in DCF attributable to partnership operations in second-quarter 2013.
 
Highlights:
-Distributable Cash Flow (DCF) From Partnership's Operations Is $504 Million, Up 30% vs. Year-Ago
-Adjusted Segment Profit + DD&A is $719 Million, Up 16% vs. Year-Ago
-2Q 2014 Net Income Is $232 Million or $0.11 per Common Unit
-Geismar Rebuild & Expansion Substantially Complete; Safety-System Upgrades Pushing Startup to 4Q 2014, Lowering 2014 Financial Guidance as a Result
-Continue to Expect More Than 68% Growth in DCF for 2016 vs. 2013
-Partnership Reaffirms Guidance for LP per Unit Distribution Growth of Approximately 6% Annually at Mid-Point 2014, 2015 and 4.5% at Mid-Point 2016, While Growing Cash -Distribution Coverage
-Williams Partners' Conflicts Committee Evaluating Proposed Merger with Access Midstream Partners
 
The $117 million increase in DCF for the quarter was driven by $46 million, or 7 percent, growth in fee-based revenues compared with second-quarter 2013, as well as $52 million in higher Geismar results. The Geismar plant remained off-line for the quarter; however, assumed business interruption insurance proceeds for the second quarter totaled $138 million and were included in the calculation of DCF. Additionally, second-quarter 2014 DCF was favorably affected by $23 million in DCF from the Canadian asset dropdown in 2014.
 
The partnership reported year-to-date DCF of $1.086 billion, compared with $884 million year-to-date 2013. The $202 million increase in year-to-date DCF was driven by $109 million, or 8 percent, growth in fee-based revenues compared with year-to-date 2013, as well as $113 million in higher Geismar results, which include the favorable impacts of assumed business interruption insurance.
 
For second-quarter 2014, Williams Partners generated $719 million in adjusted segment profit + DD&A, compared with $619 million in second-quarter 2013. The $100 million increase in second-quarter adjusted segment profit + DD&A was driven primarily by the same factors that drove the favorable increase in DCF detailed above.
 
Year-to-date adjusted segment profit + DD&A was $1.490 billion, compared with $1.303 billion year-to-date 2013. The $187 million increase in year-to-date adjusted segment profit + DD&A was driven primarily by the same factors that drove the favorable increase in year-to-date DCF detailed above.
 
Williams Partners reported unaudited second-quarter 2014 net income attributable to controlling interests of $232 million, or $0.11 per common limited-partner unit, comparedwith net income of $271 million, or $0.31 per common limited-partner unit for second-quarter 2013. Prior-period results throughout this release have been recast to include the results of the Canadian asset dropdown in February 2014.
 
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