The only thing I might point out is that you posted a link for Atlas America, and APL is not Atlas America(ATLS), it is Altas Pipeline Partners(APL). Atlas America is the GP of APL and therefore receives cash from APL, but not the opposite. The only correlation one might draw between the two is that Atlas America is largely responsible for sourcing new wells to tie into APL's gathering system ,so increased drilling will have a trickle down effect on APL, as do the increased volumes, and wider margins.
Only a little correlation between the two. Atlas gets all the benefits from the higher gas prices and APL only a little bit. Yes you need Atlas to be healthy, but for APL to get to $48 you need - 1-increased distributions to probably the $.84 area, 2-interest rates to stabalize, and 3-some evidence this company can actually handle some purchases. The Triton and Semco deals were an embarassment.