After recently moving its headquarters from Colorado to Houston, a former Denver energy company has made a huge deal.

American Midstream Partners LP, which was one of Denver's biggest energy companies, said it's acquiring JP Energy Partners LP of Texas in an all-stock deal that will create a $2 billion entity.

"The merger of American Midstream and JP Energy will create a diversified midstream business operating in leading North American basins, including the Permian, Gulf of Mexico, Eagle Ford and Bakken. The combined partnership will have an estimated enterprise value of $2 billion," the companies said in a Monday statement.

American Midstream will keep its headquarters in Houston, Lynn Bourdon III will remain as CEO and Eric Kalamaras will remain CFO of the combined partnership.

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