EX-99.2 3 energytransferinvestorpr.htm EX-99.2 energytransferinvestorpr
Acquisition of Crestwood Equity Partners August 16, 2023

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• Energy Transfer has executed a definitive agreement to acquire Crestwood at an ~$7.1Bn enterprise value in a 100% all-equity transaction based on a 2.07x exchange ratio • ET issues ~219 million common units to fund ~$2.7Bn of equity value • ET rolls over CEQP’s ~$2.85Bn of long-term bonds • Assumes expected cost synergies of ~$40MM per year, representing ~13% of CEQP’s 2022 operating & corporate expenses excluding unit-based compensation • 50% realized in year one (2024E), and 100% realized after year one (2025E+) • The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2023, subject to the approval of Crestwood’s unitholders, regulatory approvals, and other customary closing conditions Overview of Proposed Transaction 3 Overview of Merger Transaction Illustration (1) As of 7/28/2023, excludes dilutive units (2) As of 6/30/2023 Energy Transfer LP (ET) Crestwood Equity Partners LP (CEQP) Public ET ET Insiders Public and Insiders Preferred Units 105,242,300 common units(1) $650MM ~89% interest(2) ~11% interest(2)

Key Transaction Highlights 4 Strategic Transaction Allows Energy Transfer to Further Diversify its G&P Business While Meaningfully Reducing Pro Forma Costs Credit Neutrality Driven by All-Equity Deal Immediately Accretive to DCF/Unit Upon Closing Diversified and Complementary Assets Drive $40MM+ of Annual Operational and Cost Synergies with Future Opportunities for Financial Synergies Long-term (9+ Years) Contracted Portfolio Supported by Diversified, Blue-Chip, and Investment-Grade Counterparties ~85-90% Fee-Based Margin Business While Extending Value Chain in Key Basins

Combination Expected To Benefit All Stakeholders Through Additional Scale and Integration 5 Strategic Rationale & Transaction Expectations Expect $40MM Annual Run-rate of Cost Synergies Before Additional Benefits of Financial and Commercial Opportunities  CEQP’s substantial processing capacity in the Williston and Delaware basins complements ET’s significant downstream fractionation capacity at Mont Belvieu and hydrocarbon export capability from both Nederland, Texas and the Marcus Hook complex in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • Transaction extends ET’s position in the value chain deeper into the Williston and Delaware basins  Entry into the Powder River basin through the acquisition of the premier gathering and processing system in the basin  Commercial synergy potential from the combination of CEQP’s Storage and Logistics business and ET’s NGL & Refined Products and Crude Oil assets  Attractive portfolio of accretive organic growth opportunities around CEQP’s footprint via new producer drilling and completion activity and numerous private bolt-on / acquisition opportunities around existing regional footprints  Considerable operational and cost synergies across CEQP’s total annual cost base of ~$300MM with opportunities for material reduction upon integration into ET • Complementary asset footprints and operational scale in the Delaware and Williston basins offer substantial synergy realization potential • Optimization of CEQP’s capital structure utilizing ET’s investment-grade balance sheet offers opportunity to refinance existing debt at a lower cost of capital

 Expected accretion and increased free cash flow will further ET’s ability to buy back units and/or increase distribution growth rate  Pro forma ET maintains a predominantly fee-based cash flow profile  Limited commodity price exposure within portfolio  Increases scale in key basins while adding new customers and strengthening contract portfolio of fixed-fee agreements with blue-chip customer base and investment grade counterparties  ET gains additional exposure across Williston, Delaware and Powder River basins with ~1,270,000 dedicated acres across all basins  Adds NGL logistics business in the Marcellus / Utica with 10 MMBbls of storage capacity and 13 truck and rail terminals Scale and Diversity of Cash Flow Enhances Credit Profile 6 Diverse Cash Flows Credit Impacts from Transaction Upfront increase to post-distribution free cash flow accelerates ET’s deleveraging Ability to utilize ET’s lower cost of financing, further enhancing future free cash flow All-equity, bolt-on acquisition All-Equity Transaction Leverage Neutral Free Cash Flow Accretive v v v

Current fundamentals are favorable for increased customer activity in 2024+ Diversified U.S. Portfolio of Leading G&P Assets 7 Expanded operating footprint in oil-weighted basins drives competitive scale and growth opportunities • 2.0 Bcf/d gas gathering • 1.4 Bcf/d gas processing • 340 MBbls/d crude oil gathering • 180 MBbls/d crude oil rail terminalling • 2.1 MMBbls crude oil storage • 775 MBbls/d produced water gathering • 10.0 MMBbls NGL storage Williston Basin Major Customers Dedicated Acres Processing Capacity 550,000 Acres 430 MMcf/d Delaware Basin Major Customers Dedicated Acres Processing Capacity 319,000 Acres 550 MMcf/d Powder River Basin Major Customers Dedicated Acres Processing Capacity 400,000 Acres 345 MMcf/d Williston Basin Delaware Basin NGL Terminal & Storage Assets Powder River Basin Key CEQP Assets Pipelines Fractionator Terminals Major Terminals Processing Treating Storage Pipelines Processing Plants Compression Station Trucking Rail Pipeline Connection Storage CEQP ET

Williston Basin Overview 8 CEQP is a leading midstream operator in the Williston with gas gathering capacity of 818 MMcf/d, crude gathering capacity of 250 MBbls/d, as well as gas processing capacity of 430 MMcf/d, and a diverse mix of well-capitalized producers Overview Williston Basin Asset Map Key Customers(2) • Integrated systems consist of integrated crude oil, rich natural gas and produced water gathering systems, as well as natural gas processing, crude oil storage and produced water disposal facilities • Arrow System: multi-product gathering system located on Fort Berthold Indian Reservation • Rough Rider System: multi-product gathering system located across western North Dakota & eastern Montana • Combined 550K(1) dedicated acres with an average contract tenor of 9 years(1) • Combined processing capacity of 430 MMcf/d between Bear Den (Arrow) and Wild Basin (Rough Rider) process complexes • Multiple out-of-basin crude egress points provide producers optionality and flow assurance, including connections to COLT, ET’s Bakken Pipeline System, Hiland, Tesoro High Plaines, BakkenLink and Bridger Bakken pipelines . (1) As of 12/31/2022 (2) Not inclusive of all customers Rough Rider System Bear Den Gas Plant Dry Forks TerminalCOLT Hub Arrow CDP Wild Basin Gas Plant Arrow System MT ND SD Bakken Williston

Delaware Basin Overview 9 Fully integrated gathering system creates enhanced competitive advantages for CEQP in some of the most active counties in New Mexico and Texas Overview Delaware Basin Asset Map • Assets include multiple wellhead gas gathering systems, 550 MMcf/d of in-service processing capacity, produced water gathering and disposal systems, and a crude oil gathering system • Combined 319K acres dedicated across highly economic counties in New Mexico and Texas(1) • Average contract tenor of 9 years(1) • Highly active mix of public and private producers drives accelerated utilization of available processing capacity • Processing plants have access to multiple residue and NGL egress options providing attractive netbacks and flow assurance to customers (1) As of 12/31/2022 (2) Not inclusive of all customers Key Customers(2) Desert Hills (Water) Panther (Oil & Water) Orla Nautilus (Gas Gathering) Willow Lake & Sendero (Gas G&P) Carlsbad I & II NM TX

Powder River Overview 10 CEQP continues to realize commercial success leveraging excess capacity at the Bucking Horse Processing Plant to attract new, high-quality customers Overview Powder River Basin Asset Map • CEQP is the largest well-head service provider in the Power River Basin with ~400K acres dedicated across Converse County(1) • Average contract tenor of 13 years(1) • Expansive, low-pressure gathering system with 345 MMcf/d of processing capacity at Bucking Horse complex • Long-term agreement with Continental Resources; delineating substantial acreage position targeting multiple highly economic formations • Continental Express high pressure transportation line connects northwest acreage dedication to Bucking Horse processing complex (1) As of 12/31/2022 (2) Not inclusive of all customers Key Customers(2) Douglas Rail Facility Bucking Horse Jackalope System WY SD NE CO

Storage & Logistics Overview 11 Integrated infrastructure of NGL marketing, storage, terminal & transportation services supported by crude and gas marketing and the COLT Hub Overview • NGL Logistics: strategically located storage and terminal assets with 10 MMBbls of storage capacity (primarily Marcellus / Utica) and 13 trucking and rail terminals(1) • Pipeline capacity to domestic & international markets, including waterborne exports (ME2, TEPPCO, Dixie) • Drivers for incremental margin: infrastructure constraints / disruptions, PADD 1 supply / demand dynamics, heating degree days, seasonal spreads / inventory cycle • Represents ~90% of segment EBITDA • COLT Hub: crude oil facility in the Williston Basin offers rail loading, storage and pipeline connectivity in Williams County, North Dakota • 1.2 MMBbls of crude oil storage capacity and 160 MBbls/d of rail loading capacity(1) (1) As of 12/31/2022 (2) Not inclusive of all customers Key Customers(2) Alto, MI Waterloo, IN Green Springs, OH Seymour, IN Hattiesburg, MS Tirzah / Heath Springs, SC Rose Hill, NC Bridgeton, NJ Bath, NY Claremont, NH Montgomery, NY Schaefferstown, PA Davisville, RI Kansas City, MO TEPPCO (Enterprise) NGL Asset Overview

Fixed Fee or Take-or-Pay 85% Variable Rate 15% Gas 59% Oil & Water 30% NGLs 11% Cash Flow Supported By Balanced Portfolio With High-Quality Customers 12 Cash flow supported by primarily fixed fee agreements and top-tier customer base; favorable commodity prices drive upside in PoP contracts Contract & Customer Portfolio 2023E Revenue Mix Commodity Type Contract Type Diversified Customer List(1)(2) • G&P assets supported by long-term, fixed fee contracts backed by ~1.3mm acres dedicated from a diverse mix of producers(1) • Majority of G&P contracts include inflation escalator tied to CPI or a flat, annual rate increase • Balanced cash flow mix from natural gas, crude oil, produced water, and NGLs • Diversified NGL marketing & logistics business supported by blue-chip customer base (1) As of 12/31/2022 (2) Not inclusive of all customers

ET and CEQP Complementary Assets 13 Gather ~19.8 million MMBtu/d of gas and 863,000 Bbls/d of NGLs produced Transport ~31.4 million MMBtu/d of natural gas via inter and intrastate pipelines Fractionate ~989 thousand Bbls/d of NGLs Transport ~5.3 million Bbls/d of crude oil Capable of exporting ~1.1 million Bbls/d of crude oil and 1.1 million+ Bbls/d of NGLs Gather ~1.2 million MMBtu/d of gas and ~96,000 Bbls/d of NGLs produced 10 million Bbls NGL storage 340 thousand Bbls/d of crude oil gathering and 2.1 million Bbls of crude oil storage 180 thousand Bbls/d of crude oil rail terminalling +

Successful Acquisition Track Record 14  ET Management has a proven track record of successfully integrating acquisitions  Knowledge of respective assets and businesses facilitates integrations of:  Operations  Commercial  Risk Management  Finance / Accounting  Information Technology  Integration plan expected to be substantially complete by the time the transaction closes with full integration to be completed within 6 months of closing date TUFCO 2004 HPL Houston Pipeline Co. 2005 2006 2011 2012 2012 2012 2014 2015 20172016 2019 2021 2022 2023

Transaction Timeline 15 August 2023 Q3 and Q4 2023  Sign Agreement  Announce Transaction  Begin drafting S-4 registration statement (including Crestwood proxy statement)  Begin regulatory approval process  S-4 registration statement (including Crestwood proxy statement) declared effective by the SEC and file definitive proxy statement with the SEC Q4 2023  Transaction close