Would it affect this MLP in terms of distributable cash flow? Or do they charge a flat fee for pipeline usage regardless of the price of oil? sorry, I'm a little new to the world of MLPs and I'm trying to understand the economics of them. Any insight would be appreciated.
Would you be buying MLP's here or waiting for a pullback? Things seem too high. I've looked at MMP, ETP and others. I own CVRR...up about $10.00 a share, ERF, HK (Which I think will be a home run..SJT and and looking at EEQ and NTI.
ng processing margins are impacted by a drop in oil prices and an increase in ng prices or by an oversupply of process liquids components such as ethane, propane, etc. also all infrastructure mlps are hurtto some extent by a drop in prices that results in a drop in producer production volumes transported, even with minimum quantity terms