If you believe the long term price of oil will go up, they are both good buys at their current prices. At the moment they both pay a monthly distribution/dividend of $0.1042 ($1.25 per year). At the current price per share this is an annual return of 10.3% for LNCO and of 9.49% for LINE. Based just on annual distribution/dividend yield LNCO is the better buy.
LINE might be the better buy for some people because of the tax characteristics of a partnership. That depends on your individual situation.
In my opinion both LINE and LNCO are undervalued. I believe that if you buy and hold either one you will get a nice monthly dividend and a large capital gain in a few years. I've owned both. At the moment I own LNCO.
It will be ready in mid-March. If you sign up at investor relations at LINE's web site, they will send you an e-mail when it is ready. You can then download it off their site. You will get a hard copy in the mail about a week after the e-mail.
The likeliest reason for the temporary shrinking of the Arctic ice cap has nothing to do with carbon dioxide. China releases enormous amounts of soot and particulate pollution into the air and a lot of this settles over the ice in the Arctic. The soot absorbs sunlight and melts ice. In the Antartica where the air is cleaner the ice has actually been growing.
Ocean levels are not rising. Those studies have been debunked.