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1.Where are Southcross Energy’s headquarters located?
2.What is the ticker symbol for Southcross Energy?
3.On what exchange are Southcross Energy’s common units listed?
4.Who is Southcross Energy’s Transfer Agent?
5.How is Southcross Energy structured?
6.What is a Master Limited Partnership?
7.Does Southcross Energy have a DRIP?
8.What are the tax implications?
1.Where are Southcross Energy’s headquarters located?
 Southcross Energy’s headquarters are located at 1717 Main Street, Suite 5200 Dallas, Texas 75201.

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2.What is the ticker symbol for Southcross Energy?
 Southcross Energy is traded under the ticker symbol “SXE.”

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3.On what exchange are Southcross Energy’s common units listed?
 Southcross Energy’s common units are traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

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4.Who is Southcross Energy’s Transfer Agent?
 Southcross Energy’s transfer agent is American Stock Transfer and Trust Company.

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5.How is Southcross Energy structured?
 Southcross Energy is a Master Limited Partnership (MLP).

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6.What is a Master Limited Partnership?
 An MLP is a publicly traded partnership. The nature of a partnership provides for the "pass through" of income to its partners. Individual investors buy ownership interests, or units, in the partnership through a stock exchange similar to purchasing shares of stock in a corporation. Like other publicly-traded entities, MLPs file quarterly and annual financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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7.Does Southcross Energy have a DRIP?
 We do not have a distribution reinvestment plan. However, if your units are held in a brokerage account, your broker can arrange for your distributions to be automatically reinvested for you.

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8.What are the tax implications?
 Southcross Energy will not pay any federal income tax. Instead, each unitholder will be required to report on their income tax return a share of our income, gains, losses and deductions without regard to whether corresponding cash distributions are received. Unitholders will receive a Schedule K-1 to advise of the income they are responsible for reporting on their individual income tax returns. The Schedule K-1 can also be viewed online. It is the responsibility of each unitholder to investigate the legal and tax consequences under the law of pertinent states and localities on their investment in Southcross Energy.