Depecaut , When a new login posts something like yours it's usually a shorty lead . Taking your question seriously I don't think anyone should invest in a stock that they seem to have no idea what it is. I like LINE as a solid energy trading vehicle. The sector can be volatile and the Distribution may vary depending on operations results and hedging. I would be comfortable with 5% of my portfolio in LINE. I also like KMP, PAA and EDP.
It's not really a 'dividend', its actually a 'distribution'. You are getting nothing but your own money back as a 'return of capital'. That is how an MLP work. Once you had zero cost basis, then it becomes a 'dividend' but you pay ordinary tax rate on it.
On the 'distributions', however, because it's your own money or return of capital the taxman cannot really tax you of the money that had already been taxed. So the tax rate on the distributions are very low.
As to your question, "Are these dividends to continue???"....you would hope so, because you are getting your own money back spread over years. If it doesn't....well you just lost your money bub.