Sunoco Logistics Partners

Sunoco Logistics fills the vital role of moving energy resources through a network of trucks, pipelines and storage terminals, to the markets that demand them. Those resources include millions of gallons of crude oil, gasoline, diesel, and natural gas liquids such as propane, butane and ethane, that were once lacking outlets and are now flowing to buyers, strengthening the country’s resurgent manufacturing sector. Our geographically diverse assets are aligned under 3 business line segments: Crude Oil, Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs), and Refined Products. With Sunoco Logistics, customers can trust materials to be delivered on time, every time. Communities can expect safe and responsible operation. And investors can count on value built for the long term. We are always growing, moving forward with new and innovative projects to further bolster U.S. energy infrastructure, creating new jobs and opportunities for our employees. We have about 8,600 miles of pipelines in major activity centers in the Northeast, Midwest and Gulf Coast regions of the United States. The company also buys crude oil from U.S. domestic producers and sells it to refiners. Our terminals include the country’s largest crude terminal, in Nederland, Texas, where we move crude oil to domestic markets by ship, barge, truck and rail, and are growing our NGL footprint. Our Marcus Hook Industrial Complex, straddling the Pennsylvania-Delaware border, is being developed as the preeminent hub for natural gas liquids on the eastern seaboard, taking advantage of the resources available in the Marcellus and Utica shale regions of Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. Each day, we move things to a better place. We do all this with a commitment to integrity, excellence, our people, customers, innovation and performance. This is how we make things happen, moving our company, and the economy, always forward. Sunoco Logistics: Moving forward to win.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Newtown Township, US
Founded
2001
Size (employees)
1,220 (est)
Sunoco Logistics Partners was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Newtown Township, US

Sunoco Logistics Partners Office Locations

Sunoco Logistics Partners has offices in Newtown Township, Sugar Land and Reading
Newtown Township, US (HQ)
3807 West Chester Pike
Reading, US
525 Fritztown Rd
Sugar Land, US
1 Fluor Daniel Dr

Sunoco Logistics Partners Data and Metrics

Sunoco Logistics Partners Financial Metrics

Sunoco Logistics Partners's revenue was reported to be $3.7 b in Q1, 2017
USD

Revenue (Q1, 2017)

3.7 b

Gross profit (Q1, 2017)

811 m

Gross profit margin (Q1, 2017), %

22%

Net income (Q1, 2017)

595 m

EBIT (Q1, 2017)

635 m

Market capitalization (28-Apr-2017)

7.9 b

Closing share price (28-Apr-2017)

24

Cash (31-Mar-2017)

38 m
Sunoco Logistics Partners's current market capitalization is $7.9 b.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

16.6 b9.9 b10.5 b9.2 b

Revenue growth, %

(40%)6%(13%)

Cost of goods sold

15.6 b9.2 b9.1 b7.8 b

Gross profit

1.1 b718 m1.3 b1.3 b

Gross profit Margin, %

6%7%13%14%

General and administrative expense

123 m103 m110 m

Operating expense total

16.1 b9.5 b10 b8.3 b

EBIT

560 m460 m530 m815 m

EBIT margin, %

3%5%5%9%

Interest expense

97 m210 m270 m

Pre tax profit

504 m418 m736 m

Income tax expense

30 m(24 m)21 m27 m

Net Income

474 m142 m397 m709 m
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Revenue

4.8 b4.9 b2.6 b3.2 b2.4 b1.8 b2.3 b2.2 b3.7 b

Cost of goods sold

4.5 b4.6 b2.3 b2.8 b2 b1.4 b2 b1.9 b2.9 b

Gross profit

304 m334 m263 m381 m383 m364 m277 m334 m811 m

Gross profit Margin, %

6%7%10%12%16%20%12%15%22%

General and administrative expense

27 m37 m25 m25 m26 m26 m28 m27 m32 m

Operating expense total

27 m37 m25 m25 m26 m26 m28 m27 m32 m

EBIT

180 m172 m66 m307 m94 m183 m239 m191 m635 m

EBIT margin, %

4%3%3%10%4%10%11%9%17%

Pre tax profit

166 m165 m43 m282 m64 m151 m208 m163 m605 m

Income tax expense

(8 m)(8 m)(6 m)(5 m)(7 m)(5 m)(6 m)(8 m)(10 m)

Net Income

158 m157 m37 m277 m57 m146 m202 m155 m595 m
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

39 m101 m37 m41 m

Accounts Receivable

2.2 b1.8 b1.2 b1.6 b

Inventories

600 m470 m607 m934 m

Current Assets

3.1 b2.3 b1.8 b2.9 b

Goodwill

1.3 b1.4 b1.4 b1.6 b

Total Assets

11.9 b13.6 b15.5 b18.8 b

Accounts Payable

2.5 b1.9 b1.3 b1.8 b

Total Debt

7.3 b

Current Liabilities

2.7 b2.3 b1.7 b2.1 b

Total Liabilities

9.8 b

Total Equity

6.3 b6.7 b7.6 b8.7 b

Debt to Equity Ratio

0.8 x

Debt to Assets Ratio

0.4 x

Financial Leverage

1.9 x2 x2.1 x2.2 x
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Cash

116 m58 m54 m58 m45 m43 m36 m39 m38 m

Accounts Receivable

2.8 b2.8 b1.5 b1.8 b1.4 b1.1 b1.4 b1.5 b1.9 b

Inventories

593 m605 m609 m730 m647 m683 m763 m829 m967 m

Current Assets

3.5 b3.5 b2.2 b2.6 b2.1 b1.9 b2.4 b2.5 b2.9 b

Goodwill

1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b1.6 b

Total Assets

13.5 b14.2 b13.8 b14.7 b14.7 b16.1 b16.8 b17.3 b19.9 b

Accounts Payable

2.9 b2.9 b1.6 b1.9 b1.3 b1.3 b1.6 b1.5 b2 b

Current Liabilities

3.3 b3.2 b1.8 b2.1 b1.6 b1.6 b1.9 b1.9 b2.5 b

Total Equity

6.5 b7 b7.2 b7.6 b7.8 b7.8 b8.1 b8.7 b10 b

Financial Leverage

2.1 x2 x1.9 x1.9 x1.9 x2.1 x2.1 x2 x2 x
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

474 m142 m397 m709 m

Depreciation and Amortization

63 m382 m446 m

Accounts Receivable

162 m602 m(397 m)

Inventories

(70 m)(300 m)(149 m)

Cash From Operating Activities

280 m598 m888 m

Purchases of PP&E

(131 m)(786 m)

Capital Expenditures

(139 m)(2.7 b)(1.9 b)

Cash From Investing Activities

(139 m)(2.9 b)(3 b)

Cash From Financing Activities

(140 m)2.2 b2.2 b

Free Cash Flow

419 m3.3 b(1.1 b)
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Net Income

158 m157 m37 m277 m57 m146 m202 m155 m595 m

Depreciation and Amortization

74 m77 m82 m

Accounts Receivable

1.8 b1.4 b1.1 b1.4 b1.5 b1.9 b

Inventories

730 m647 m683 m763 m829 m967 m

Accounts Payable

1.9 b1.3 b1.3 b1.6 b1.5 b2 b
USDY, 2017

Revenue/Employee

3 m

Financial Leverage

2 x

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