DALLAS, Oct. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Alerian announced today that Energy Transfer Partners (NYSE: ETP) is expected to be removed from the Alerian Midstream Energy Index (AMNA), Alerian US Midstream Energy Index (AMUS), Alerian MLP Index (AMZ), Alerian MLP Equal Weight Index (AMZE), Alerian MLP Infrastructure Index (AMZI), Alerian Large Cap MLP Index (AMLI), and Alerian Natural Gas MLP Index (ANGI) in a special rebalancing. In addition, Energy Transfer Equity (NYSE: ETE) is expected to be added to the AMZ, AMZE, AMZI, and ANGI.
Special rebalancings are triggered by corporate actions such as mergers, bankruptcies, and liquidations. Pending unitholder approval, ETP will cease to trade due to its merger with ETE. If approved, the rebalancing will take place one full trading day after the issuance of a press release indicating all needed merger votes have passed.
Each index will be rebalanced in accordance with its existing methodology. Constituent additions to and deletions from an index do not reflect an opinion by Alerian on the investment merits of the respective securities.
Alerian equips investors to make informed decisions about energy infrastructure and Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs). Its benchmarks are widely used by industry executives, investment professionals, research analysts, and national media to analyze relative performance. As of September 30, 2018, over $14 billion is directly tied to the Alerian Index Series through exchange-traded funds and notes, separately managed accounts, and structured products. For more information, including index values and constituents, research content, and announcements regarding rebalancings, please visit alerian.com.