beef, you are clueless and obviously don't know how to read an earnings report for MLPs (but that just puts you in the company of most investors).
EBITDA was up 15%. While net income showed a loss of $10mm, they had a $52mm charge for extinguishment of debt when they refinanced their debt.
DCF was up 10%. Retail propane gross profit was up 2% while other propane was flat. Most importantly, their midstream profit was up 42%.
You are right that the stock is down, but this action is not abnormal for the MLP industry and some of the knee-jerk reaction among the investment public that reacts only to headline GAAP net income figures. I would expect the stock to work back up now that all of the sheeple have panicked and sold.