Earlier in the month they gave a presentation at one of the energy conferences and continue to invest in the future. They are often mentioned with PSX, because PSX owns the other 50% of DCP midstream. PSX is very excited about the midstream business and this gives SE another place to grow. Plus PSX and its 50% sub Chevron/Phillips Chemical also used a lot of the NGLs that DCP produces. This is a wonderful business. Although SE has stalled out for now, I think it is indicative of the fast change artists moving money to what they consider faster growing companies. The RTE on pipelines and midstream is pretty good, plus a lot of the lower RTE businesses were dumped into DCP and SEP. Follow the CAPX budget. It will ultimately take this company much higher over the next 5 years.