I would expect NRGY to maintain the distribution. As it stands, they can cover about 80% to 90% of it, depending on whether or not you count the PIK units. If/when they get permission to build the MARC I pipeline, NRGY will likely be in a good position to both cover the distribution as well as possibly increase it.
They have been hard hit by both weak propane markets and poor storage margins at Tres Palacios. Despite all of the downtrends, they are still covering the distribution by about .8-.9x