It looks like they have solid guidance for the year ahead based on what they said after the close today.
"There are two areas that management of the Partnership would like to highlight. First, we expect improved financial performance in 2014. Second, we have made substantial progress in addressing the Partnership's long-term financing needs. In the second quarter of 2014, EEP will benefit from a large component of our Eastern Access project entering service. The cash flows from this phase of Eastern Access, the full year contribution from projects completed during 2013 and increasing volumes will improve our earnings and distribution coverage. As our distribution coverage improves we will be positioned to grow our distribution at our target growth rate of 2% to 5% per annum," said Mark Maki, president of the Partnership."