Management forecasts that cash flow from operations will cover distributions but the marketplace has serious doubts about that goal. The organization has never produced any money. But publicly traded models currently have an excellent claim to allocation over subordinated units that will management owns. The sale of the Bakken company and the decision to concentrate on typically the Eagle Kia and the Permian has the company in a couple of low cost places that should outshine. The models have a 24% yield that may hold in case management slashes costs adequately or grows the business enough (with feasible help from the commodity price rally). The long term debt to be able to cash flow proportion is conventional and long term debt is less than a third regarding shareholders collateral.