I asked this very question in a email I sent to IR. And I copied the statement that was made in the Old Presentation.Did not get an answer.
From Corporate Summery.
The yield on our units is high, and when a investment's yield gets that high, it must mean that a distribution cut is coming. Or so the market says.
We beg to differ. As you can see below under Sustainability of Distributions, we don't believe that any factor in our financial position points to a reduction in distributions in the foreseeable future. In fact, we increased our distribution by $0.005/month in April 2012, in recognition of the accretive nature of our recent acquisition of the balance of our West Panhandle asset.
New presentation out for anyone who hasn't seen it yet.