Which element of the idealized MLP Model 2.0 do you see as being most widely adopted by MLPs over the long-term?

  • All of the above (30%)
  • Distribution coverage ratio above 1.2x (23%)
  • Net Debt / EBITDA ratio consistently below 4.0x (22%)
  • Permanent incentive distribution rights (IDR) reduction or elimination (18%)
  • None of the above (7%)

Total Voters: 161

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