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SuperAmerica parent company plans IPO

The owner of the St. Paul Park oil refinery and SuperAmerica stores in Minnesota and Wisconsin hopes to raise $341 million in its planned initial public offering. Connecticut-based Northern Tier Energy LP will offer 16.25 million common shares and hopes to fetch $19 to $21 per unit.
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The owner of the St. Paul Park oil refinery and SuperAmerica stores in Minnesota and Wisconsin hopes to raise $341 million in its planned initial public offering. Connecticut-based Northern Tier Energy LP will offer 16.25 million common shares and hopes to fetch $19 to $21 per unit.

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