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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) - Shares of these energy companies hit 52-week highs on Monday:
Oceaneering International(OII - Get Report),
Magellan Midstream Partners(MMP - Get Report) and
Plains All American Pipeline(PAA - Get Report).
Each of these companies has a buy rating from
Plains All American Pipeline
The energy transportation and storage company reported fourth-quarter earnings of $278 million, or $1.37 a share, last week. The performance was up from year-ago earnings of $142 million, or 67 cents a share.
"Q4 operating results were in-line with our forecast and above consensus expectations," Wells Fargo analysts wrote in a report on Friday. "PAA appears poised to accelerate annual distribution growth to an estimated range of 7-9% over the next five years supported by (1) continued strength in the company's lease gathering business and (2) a growing opportunity set of crude infrastructure opportunities."
Plains All American hit a 52-week high on Monday of $80.49. The stock's 52-week low of $54.90 was set on Oct. 4.
Plains All American has an estimated price-to-earnings ratio for next year of 17.75X; the average for pipeline companies is 57.92X. For comparison,
MarkWest Energy(MWE) has a forward P/E of 21.24X and
Chesapeake Midstream(CHKM)'s is 17.55X.
Of the 14 analysts who cover the company, 12 consider Plains All American buy-rated. Two analysts gave the stock a hold rating.
TheStreet Ratings gives Plains All American an A+ grade with a buy rating and has a
$91.28 price target on the shares. The stock has risen 9.56% year to date.