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Crosstex Energy, L.P.
Trades on the NASDAQ Exchange under the symbol XTEX.
SEC Filings

Form 424B4
ENLINK MIDSTREAM PARTNERS, LP filed this Form 424B4 on 12/12/2002
Document Outline
Entire Document (2056.1 KB)
Subdocument 1 - 424B4 - 424B4
Page 1 - FILE PURSUANT TO RULE 424(B)(4)
Page 2 - N/A
Page 3 - N/A
Page 4 - N/A
Page 5 - N/A
Page 6 - PROSPECTUS SUMMARY
Page 7 - Corpus Christi System
Page 8 - Risks Inherent in an Investment in Us
Page 9 - Tax Risks to Our Unitholders
Page 10 - Proven acquisition expertise
Page 11 - PARTNERSHIP STRUCTURE AND MANAGEMENT
Page 12 - N/A
Page 13 - THE OFFERING
Page 14 - N/A
Page 15 - N/A
Page 16 - SUMMARY HISTORICAL AND PRO FORMA FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA
Page 17 - N/A
Page 18 - N/A
Page 19 - SUMMARY OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Page 20 - RISK FACTORS
Page 21 - The assumptions underlying the financial forecast in Appendix E are inherently uncertain and are sub
Page 22 - A substantial portion of our assets are connected to natural gas reserves that will decline over tim
Page 23 - We are exposed to the credit risk of our customers, and a general increase in the nonpayment and non
Page 24 - We depend on certain key customers, and the loss of any of our key customers could adversely affect
Page 25 - Our business involves many hazards and operational risks, some of which may not be fully covered by
Page 26 - Our indebtedness may limit our ability to borrow additional funds, make distributions to you or capi
Page 27 - Our business involves hazardous substances and may be adversely affected by environmental regulation
Page 28 - Due to our lack of asset diversification, adverse developments in our gathering, transmission, treat
Page 29 - Conflicts Relating to Costs:
Page 30 - Cost reimbursements due our general partner may be substantial and will reduce the cash available fo
Page 31 - You will experience immediate and substantial dilution in net tangible book value of $9.71 per commo
Page 32 - You may not have limited liability if a court finds that unitholder action constitutes control of ou
Page 33 - The IRS could treat us as a corporation for tax purposes, which would substantially reduce the cash
Page 34 - Tax-exempt entities, regulated investment companies, and foreign persons face unique tax issues from
Page 35 - USE OF PROCEEDS
Page 36 - CAPITALIZATION
Page 37 - DILUTION
Page 38 - CASH DISTRIBUTION POLICY
Page 39 - Operating Surplus and Capital Surplus
Page 40 - Subordination Period
Page 41 - Effect of Expiration of the Subordination Period.
Page 42 - Incentive Distribution Rights
Page 43 - Distributions from Capital Surplus
Page 44 - Distributions of Cash upon Liquidation
Page 45 - Third,
Page 46 - N/A
Page 47 - CASH AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION
Page 48 - We believe we will have sufficient available cash from operating surplus following the offering to p
Page 49 - SELECTED HISTORICAL AND PRO FORMA FINANCIAL AND OPERATING DATA
Page 50 - N/A
Page 51 - N/A
Page 52 - MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
Page 53 - N/A
Page 54 - N/A
Page 55 - Commodity Price Risks
Page 56 - Results of Operations
Page 57 - Purchased Gas Costs.
Page 58 - Depreciation and Amortization.
Page 59 - Purchased Gas Costs.
Page 60 - (Profit) Loss on Energy Trading Contracts.
Page 61 - Net Income (Loss).
Page 62 - Impairments.
Page 63 - Accounting for Derivative Instruments and Hedging Activities
Page 64 - Liquidity and Capital Resources
Page 65 - Capital Requirements.
Page 66 - Total Contractual Cash Obligations.
Page 67 - Inflation
Page 68 - Environmental
Page 69 - Accounting for Costs Associated with Exit or Disposal Activities
Page 70 - Accounting for Contracts Involved in Energy Trading and Risk Management Activities
Page 71 - BUSINESS
Page 72 - Midstream Division.
Page 73 - Arkoma Gathering System
Page 74 - Asset base with available capacity.
Page 75 - Improving existing system profitability.
Page 76 - Industry Overview
Page 77 - Natural gas gathering and treating.
Page 78 - Operations
Page 79 - Corpus Christi System.
Page 80 - Gregory Gathering System.
Page 81 - Gregory Processing Plant.
Page 82 - Other Systems.
Page 83 - Treating process.
Page 84 - Natural Gas Supply
Page 85 - Intrastate Pipeline Regulation.
Page 86 - Sales of Natural Gas.
Page 87 - Hazardous Substance and Waste.
Page 88 - Air Emissions.
Page 89 - Endangered Species Act.
Page 90 - Employees
Page 91 - MANAGEMENT
Page 92 - Barry E. Davis
Page 93 - Michael P. Scott
Page 94 - Stephen A. Wells
Page 95 - Employment Agreements
Page 96 - Unit Options.
Page 97 - N/A
Page 98 - SECURITY OWNERSHIP OF CERTAIN BENEFICIAL OWNERS AND MANAGEMENT
Page 99 - N/A
Page 100 - CERTAIN RELATIONSHIPS AND RELATED TRANSACTIONS
Page 101 - Agreements Governing the Transactions
Page 102 - Related Party Transactions
Page 103 - Texas Energy Transfer Company.
Page 104 - CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Page 105 - We will reimburse our general partner and its affiliates for expenses.
Page 106 - Common units are subject to our general partner's limited call right.
Page 107 - N/A
Page 108 - N/A
Page 109 - DESCRIPTION OF THE COMMON UNITS
Page 110 - N/A
Page 111 - THE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
Page 112 - Capital Contributions
Page 113 - Voting Rights
Page 114 - Issuance of Additional Securities
Page 115 - Amendment of the Partnership Agreement
Page 116 - Prohibited Amendments.
Page 117 - Opinion of Counsel and Unitholder Approval.
Page 118 - Termination and Dissolution
Page 119 - Withdrawal or Removal of our General Partner
Page 120 - Transfer of General Partner Interests
Page 121 - Change of Management Provisions
Page 122 - Status as Limited Partner or Assignee
Page 123 - Indemnification
Page 124 - Right to Inspect Our Books and Records
Page 125 - UNITS ELIGIBLE FOR FUTURE SALE
Page 126 - MATERIAL TAX CONSEQUENCES
Page 127 - N/A
Page 128 - Limited Partner Status
Page 129 - Ratio of taxable income to distributions.
Page 130 - Limitations on interest deductions.
Page 131 - Entity-level collections.
Page 132 - Treatment of short sales.
Page 133 - Tax Treatment of Operations
Page 134 - Valuation and tax basis of our properties.
Page 135 - Allocations between transferors and transferees.
Page 136 - Notification requirements.
Page 137 - Administrative Matters
Page 138 - Registration as a tax shelter.
Page 139 - State, Local, Foreign and Other Tax Consequences
Page 140 - N/A
Page 141 - UNDERWRITING
Page 142 - N/A
Page 143 - N/A
Page 144 - VALIDITY OF THE COMMON UNITS
Page 145 - N/A
Page 146 - INDEX TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 
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