This, like CVRR and the other variable distribution MLPs you promote, will be up and down. It will go above 25 and it will be back below it again sometime later. The variable distribution MLPs will be up and down with the distributions. The refiners especially won't maintain their high payouts and unit prices with the spreads already having closed so much.
here's a clue for you..higher domestic output will press prices for u.s. crudes - even those grades superior to europe's brent-further below the latter. that should mean hand-over-fist shipments of u.s. crude and refined products to europe and asia .but your so much brighter than carl icahn. maybe you should e-mail him with your facts.
comment based on article in I.B.D.5/28/13 cheap natural gas has been vital to u.s. recovery -is it about to come to an end? they think so.. more expensive gas also would mean squeezing margins for fertilizer. but not uan they dont use it. which would make it a great play. you seem to be a day late and a dollar short on all plays.i dont need to promote anything just giving facts which you seem to lack