Antero Resources Corp (NYSE:AR) Launches “Alerian Energy Infrastructure Capital Strength Select Index”

Antero Resources Corp (NYSE:AR) reported the real-time release of the “Alerian Energy Infrastructure Capital Strength Select Index.” The index is distributed real-time on a AMCS and AMCST. Kenny Feng, the CEO and President, reported that the AMCS was advanced with the understanding that the part of the energy value chain in North America from midstream to distribution has turned increasingly integrated. The index composition seeks to address increasing investor focus on improving corporate governance and strengthening balance sheets.

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Earlier in the month of December, Alerian issued the results of the December quarterly assessment for the Alerian Index Series. All reported changes were implemented as of the business close on December 15, 2017. Alerian MLP Index and Alerian MLP Equal Weight Index – Viper Energy Partners will be added to the AMZE and AMZ. Alerian MLP Infrastructure Index -. NGL Energy Partners will be added to the Alerian MLP Infrastructure Index. Alerian Energy Infrastructure Index – Antero Midstream GP will be added while Archrock Inc and Antero Midstream Partners were removed from the AMEI. Several other changes were reported in the news release.

Alerian equips shareholders to make better decisions about Master Limited Partnerships and energy infrastructure. The company’s benchmarks, including the Alerian MLP Index are widely used by investment professionals, industry executives, national media and research analysts to assess relative performance. As of the close of November 30, more than $15 billion is directly linked to the Alerian Index Series via exchange-traded funds and notes, structured products and separately managed accounts.

In the last trading session, the stock price of Antero declined 0.61% to close the day at $19.42. The decline came at a share volume of 2.10 million compared to average share volume of 3.10 million. Post the recent decline, the market cap of firm was noted at $6.2 billion.