Or is it doomed to do nothing but follow a jig jag course indicative of uncertain growth or no growth, or no DCF that will instill confidence in an investor who can say: "today I was making .88 a year and next year I am going to make a $1.20 in distributions." Or is that too much of a reach.
Wells Fargo says in 2015
"Distribution growth could prove challenging in the near-term given the weak NGL pricing environment. Longer term (2015+) as commodity prices improve, we estimate EROC could accelerate distribution growth to a range of 5-6% annually. However, this growth rate appears fairly reflected in the current valuation, in our view."