Enterprise Products Partners L.P.

SEC Filings

424B3
ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS L P filed this Form 424B3 on 02/01/2018
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Unless the holders of the Designated Senior Indebtedness shall have accelerated the maturity of the Senior Indebtedness, the Parent Guarantor may resume making payments under the Guarantee after the expiration of the Payment Blockage Period.

Generally, not more than one Blockage Notice may be given in any period of 360 consecutive days. The total number of days during which any one or more Payment Blockage Periods are in effect, however, may not exceed an aggregate of 179 days during any period of 360 consecutive days.

After all Senior Indebtedness is paid in full and until the notes are paid in full, holders of the notes will be subrogated to the rights of holders of Senior Indebtedness to receive distributions applicable to Senior Indebtedness.

Because of the subordination, in the event of the Parent Guarantor’s insolvency, its creditors who are holders of Senior Indebtedness, as well as certain of its general creditors, may recover more, ratably, than the holders of the notes will recover under the Guarantee.

The term “Senior Indebtedness” as used in this section includes the Parent Guarantor’s obligations in respect of the principal of, any interest and premium, if any, on and any other payments in respect of any of the following, whether currently outstanding or hereafter created or incurred:

 

    indebtedness for borrowed money;

 

    indebtedness evidenced by securities, bonds, notes and debentures, including any of the same that are subordinated, issued under credit agreements, indentures or other similar instruments, and other similar instruments;

 

    obligations arising from or with respect to guarantees and direct credit substitutes other than the Parent Guarantor’s obligations under the Guarantee;

 

    obligations arising from or with respect to hedges and derivative products (including, but not limited to, interest rate, commodity, and foreign exchange contracts);

 

    capitalized lease obligations;

 

    obligations arising from or with respect to any letter of credit, banker’s acceptance, security purchase facility, cash management arrangement or similar credit transactions;

 

    operating leases (but only to the extent the terms of such leases expressly provide that the same constitute “Senior Indebtedness”);

 

    guarantees of any of the foregoing; and

 

    any modifications, refundings, deferrals, renewals or extensions of any of the foregoing or any other evidence of indebtedness issued in exchange therefor,

but does not include the Parent Guarantor’s obligations in respect of:

 

    trade accounts payable;

 

    any indebtedness incurred for the purchase of goods or materials or for services obtained in the ordinary course of business to the extent that the same is incurred from, and owed to, the vendor of such goods or materials or the provider of such services;

 

    any indebtedness which by its terms is expressly made equal in rank and payment with or subordinated to the Parent Guarantor’s obligations under the Guarantee;

 

    indebtedness owed by the Parent Guarantor to its majority-owned subsidiaries; and

 

    the Parent Guarantor’s guarantee of our Existing Subordinated Notes.

 

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