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These midstream infrastructure, engineering, and contracting companies look intriguing this month.
With oil rebounding back toward $60 a barrel, the recent addition of the oil-rich WildHorse Resource Development could begin paying off.
Williams Companies is partnering with a pension plan to strengthen its position.
With its simplification transaction complete, the newly named Western Midstream Partners looks like a compelling option for income-seeking investors.
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While a rally in the oil market fueled a huge rebound in these midstream stocks, they have ample upside left.