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Sunoco LP Announces Pricing Of Private Offering Of Senior Notes
Sunoco LP Announces Conditional Redemption, Cash Tender Offer, Consent Solicitation For Its 5.500% Senior Notes Maturing In 2026
Sunoco LP Announces Private Offering Of Senior Notes
Sunoco LP is primarily engaged in the distribution of motor fuels to independent dealers, distributors, and other customers. The Company is also engaged in the distribution of motor fuels to end customers at retail sites operated by commission agents. It operates through two segments: Fuel Distribution and Marketing and All Other. The Fuel Distribution and Marketing segment is a distributor of motor fuels and other petroleum products, which is supplied to third-party dealers and distributors, to independent operators of commission agent locations, to other commercial consumers of motor fuel and to its retail locations. The segment also includes transmix processing plants and refined products terminals. The All Other segment includes the Partnership's credit card services, franchise royalties, and its retail operations in Hawaii and New Jersey. Sunoco, LLC (Sunoco LLC), Sunoco Retail LLC (Sunoco Retail), Aloha Petroleum LLC and Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. (Aloha) are its subsidiaries.
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8111 Westchester Dr Ste 400
Matthew S. Ramsey
Chairman of the Board of General Partner
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of General Partner
Chief Financial Officer of the General Partner
Karl R. Fails
Senior Vice President, Chief Operations Officer of General Partner
Christopher R. Curia
Executive Vice President - Human Resources, Director of General Partner
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A U.S. court on Wednesday rejected an appeal made by Sunoco LP for a new trial related to an Oklahoma oil class action against the fuel retailer.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Thursday upheld a lower court ruling that Sunoco <SUN.N> not be allowed to deduct $1 billion in alcohol fuel mixture credits on its federal excise tax returns, the U.S. Justice Department said.
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