There are few companies in the oil and gas space that have a major competitive advantage over the competition, but midstream specialist Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE:EPD) is one of them. With a network of pipelines and processing facilities that are multiples larger than closest competitors ONEOK Partners (NYSE:OKS) and Targa Resources Partners (NYSE:NGLS), Enterprise has positioned itself to be one of the biggest winners in the shale boom. What makes Enterprise's position so unique is that it has built up this massive network in one part of the energy market that no one seems to pay much attention to: natural gas liquids.
Tune into the video below to find out why this seemingly quiet part of the energy space is providing Enterprise with one of the most advantageous markets in the oil and gas space today, along with how Enterprise plans to further solidify that position.
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