You evidently don't understand the position the company is in at all.
It is totally out of the question and they are very likely to lower the distribution when they eventually do reinstate it.
Yes, the could pay out the money they will need to purchase cash flow generating properties to halt production decline. But that implies liquidation of the company and the executives would be out of a job, so it's not likely.
What we're missing is visibility. We know (well, they forecast) they're going to have 1.75X adjusted EBITDA in debt, and as a "pure" (not quite) upstream they can carry up to twice that. But, what will that number be? You have to know RGP's post-acquisition guidance as well. It's possible you could make some educated guesses and from that come up with an acquisition war chest number, and from THAT make some guesses about what contribution there will be from the acquisitions and . . . pass! I don't plan to be around that long.
LOL. Like your thinking but given the way these fools have ran the place the odds or that are slim at best. I just hope they get back to where they were and keep some of their professional integrity. What a joke....