If the Transactions are not consummated for any reason, Stonepeak will continue to receive quarterly distributions on the ClassC Preferred Units in the form of additional ClassC Preferred PIK Units, further subordinating the Common Units, and because the limited call right would not be exercised, Common Unitholders will not receive any payment for their Common Units in connection with the exercise of the limited call right. Instead, SNMP will remain a public company and the Common Units will continue to be listed for trading on the NYSE American. In addition, if the Transactions are not consummated for any reason, Stonepeak expects that SNMP management will operate the SNMP business in a manner similar to that in which it is being operated today and that Common Unitholders will continue to be subject to the same risks and opportunities as they currently are, including, among other things, that SNMP’s operations may be materially affected by its dependence on Mesquite Energy,Inc., and by overall market conditions, among other factors. Accordingly, if the Transactions are not consummated, there can be no assurance as to the effect of these risks and opportunities on the future value of your Common Units. From time to time, Stonepeak expects that the SNMP Board will continue to evaluate and review, among other things, the business operations, properties, distribution policy and capitalization of SNMP and make such changes as are deemed appropriate and continue to seek to identify strategic alternatives to enhance stakeholder value. If the Transactions are not completed for any reason, there can be no assurance that the business, prospects or results of operations of SNMP will not be adversely impacted as a result of such failure or that any other transaction acceptable to SNMP will be offered.