If you can identify firms with significant derivitive (hedge) contracts set to expire there is a decent shot at near term distribution increases. Old contracts at old prices expire meaning they buy new contracts at today's future prices locking in larger amounts of revenue for the same production.
EG: If you have 40% of your production hedged at '06 prices ($40) and those contracts expire tomorrow, you get to rehedge that 40% of production at $120 meaning triple the revenue on 40% of your production. What does that spell? Distribution increase.