For the quarter ending June 30 2023, WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP ($NYSE:WES) reported total revenue of USD 738.3 million, a decrease of 15.8% from the corresponding quarter in FY2022. Net income for the same quarter was USD 252.9 million, a decrease of 17.4% compared to the same period last year.
GoodWhale conducted an in-depth analysis of WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP’s wellbeing to identify any risks that may be associated with investing in the company. GoodWhale’s Risk Rating puts WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP at medium risk in terms of financial and business aspects. On top of the medium risk rating, GoodWhale’s analysis detected two risk warnings in the company’s income and balance sheets. These warnings indicate potential issues that should be taken into account when considering investing in WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP. To read more about this analysis, register with GoodWhale to access our full report. More…
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The general partner is Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. The partnership owns, operates, develops and acquires midstream energy assets in the United States. The assets include natural gas gathering systems, natural gas processing plants, natural gas liquids (NGL) fractionation facilities, olefins production facilities, pipelines and natural gas and NGL storage facilities.
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Investing in WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP (WES) is not looking particularly attractive right now, as the company has reported a 15.8% year-on-year decrease in total revenue for the quarter ending June 30 2023, and a 17.4% decline in net income for the same period. This has led to a steady decline in WES stock prices, making it an unfavorable investment option. Nonetheless, investors should keep an eye on any changes in the company’s financials and performance in the future, as it could be a good opportunity to buy in at a lower price.