The IPO Buzz: TXO Energy Partners Sets Terms for $100 Million IPO

Snap, crackle, pop! Just like that, TXO Energy Partners L.P. (TXO proposed) set terms early today (Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023) for its $100 million IPO – 5 million units at a $19.00-to-$21.00 price range. The Fort Worth, Texas-based oil and natural gas limited partnership’s IPO is expected to price late next week. (See our IPO Calendar.)

Raymond James and Stifel are the lead joint book-runners, with Janney Montgomery Scott and Capital One Securities on the joint book-running team.

The Street expected that the IPO pipeline would heat up after the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday on Monday.

Stay tuned.

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