There are two sources online to get these pdfs. Here they are:
https://www.citizenaudit.org/111857820/ lists 2010-2013 ( I would prefer this link because it's the most up to date)
http://www.guidestar.org/ViewPdf.aspx?PdfSource=0&ein=11-1857820 lists 2010-2012
Book value of all assets at end of year: (can be found on the 990-T for on top left on 1st page)
2011 1,119,118,000 +153,318,000
2012 1,154,503,000 +35,385,000
2013 1,020,441,000 -134,062,000
The TPF 11-A LP company that they invested in comes back to Tenaska Capital Management LLC out of Omaha, NE. This is from their "About Us" part of their web page: Tenaska is one of the largest private, independent energy companies in the United States, with a proven record of success in development, design, construction, operation and financing of electric generating facilities and in energy marketing...Tenaska’s experienced professionals are leaders in all aspects of energy production, marketing and financial management. As a private, independent company, Tenaska has the expertise, the resources and the flexibility to meet North America’s evolving energy needs.
Tenaska is an established leader in:
- Development, design, construction management, ownership and operation of non-utility power plants, customizing plant size, design and fuels to meet customer needs
- Energy marketing, including natural gas, electric power, and biofuels and related commodities
- Management of private equity investments in the power and midstream sectors
- Natural gas exploration, production and associated transportation systems
This diverse base offers customers the advantage of expertise across the energy spectrum, leveraging strengths that include logistics, capital solutions and conservative risk management.
Tenaska’s people are known throughout the industry for fair and ethical dealing and as early adapters able to respond rapidly to changing markets. They are behind Tenaska’s well-documented reputation for providing safe, reliable electricity; for being environmentally and socially responsible; and for demonstrating dedication and commitment to the communities where it does business.
Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, Tenaska has regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Denver, Colorado; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Boston, Massachusetts.
The Cushing MLP Opportunity Fund 1 LP is a private company in Dallas, TX. I called them and left a message stating I am "interested" in investing in the fund, to try and see what the funds portfolio is about.
Very telling. Your thoughts?