The sale of Heritage propane is the reason DCF is down. Half of the purchase price of Heritage was cash and cash doesn't generate DCF. The cash from the Heritage sale needs to be redeployed into other assets which is happening with the Citrus deal. Once Citrus has been consolidated for a full quarter ETP's DCF will look much better.
Looking forward, there will be more dropdowns from SUG that will improve DCF. The SUN purchase will help substantially also.
Over the past several quarters have been a transition period for ETP as the company has been repositioning itself as a diversified midstream business with strong growth prospects. Both the purchase of LDH and the sale of Heritage had a near-term dilutive impact on DCF but both become accretive to DCF after a short period of time. The SUG dropdowns and SUN purchase also have the effect of repositioning the business for faster growth but the dropdowns and SUN purchase are both accretive in the near term and long term.