Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you headquartered?
Enterprise Products Partners L.P. is headquartered in Houston, Texas. To see where our assets are located, please view our system map.
How can I invest in Enterprise Products Partners L.P.?
Enterprise Products Partners L.P. is a publicly traded limited partnership, also known as a master limited partnership ("MLP"). Our units are listed on the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") under the ticker “EPD” and can be purchased through a brokerage firm, similar to any publicly listed corporate stock.
What is a Master Limited Partnership?
An MLP is a limited partnership whose equity interests (known as “units” as opposed to “shares”) are traded on public exchanges, like a corporate stock. To learn more about MLPs, please visit the Energy Infrastructure Council (EIC) website: eic.energy/mlp-101-the-basics/.
How much was the last declared distribution?
To view our past distribution payment history, please visit our Distributions and DRIP page.
Can I buy units directly through the company?
We do not offer a direct unit purchase program for investors at this time.
Do you offer a Distribution Reinvestment Plan ("DRIP")?
To learn about Enterprise’s DRIP plan and download the latest prospectus, , please visit our Distributions and DRIP page.
Has EPD ever had a unit split?
Yes, we have had two 2-for-1 unit splits in our history, one occurred on May 15, 2002 and one occurred on August 21, 2014.
How can I contact your transfer agent?
Our transfer agent is EQ Shareholder Services. They can be contacted at 855-235-0839 or:
EQ Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 64874
St. Paul, MN 55164-0874
EQ Shareowner Services
1110 Centre Pointe Curve,
Mendota Heights, MN 55120-4100
Where can I find my Schedule K-1 Tax Package?
Schedule K-1 account information is accessible online. Please visit our K-1 Tax Information page for more information.
Why do unitholders receive Schedule K-1 forms rather than Form 1099?
A corporation reports dividends, interest and various other items to its shareholders on Form 1099. A partnership passes its profits and losses through to its partners as reported on a Schedule K-1. The K-1 provides required tax information for a unitholder’s ownership interest in a partnership, while a Form 1099 does so for a stockholder’s ownership interest in a corporation. Enterprise Products Partners L.P. is a publicly traded limited partnership.
The Energy Infrastructure Council ("EIC") provides resources on basic partnership tax principles on its webpage eic.energy/basic-tax-principles/ . Please note this is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as offering tax advice. Consult your tax advisor regarding your own situation.