Columbia Pipeline IPO Blows By Rosiest Expectations, Nets $1.1B

Last week MDN told you that NiSource was launching an initial public offering (IPO) and spinning off its Columbia Pipeline Group subsidiary into its own subsidiary. NiSource and Columbia were hoping to raise upward of a huge $1 billion (see Columbia Pipeline Floats IPO, Hopes for Upward of $1B). Guess what? They got MORE than $1B! They ended up netting $1.1 billion after pricing units at $23 each (their target was $19-$21). When the units started to trade, they hit $28.01 per unit for a time before falling back to $26.79. How did Columbia’s IPO measure up with some other recent northeast midstream IPOs, like CONSOL, Rice Energy and Antero Resources?…

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