Is the better bet investing in the consumers or producers of energy?
NG has plummeted from its highs, and I can't see any drivers in the near term to rally it from its current price levels.
NGLs have also recently collapsed, and that is before the burgeoning Marcellus/Utica liquids hit the market. Add to that the associated gas and NGLs that will continue to be produced.
LINE is well hedged in the short/intermediate term, and striving to get "oilier". But on the macro scale, don't you think the value added consumers of these products make more sense in the long term? I.e., fertilizer, petrochemical, liquids pipelines, etc?