Included with this press release are the Partnership's consolidated financial statements as of and for the quarter ended September 30, 2010 and certain prior periods. These financial statements should be read in conjunction with the information contained in the Partnership's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on November 3, 2010.Ruben Martin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Martin Midstream GP LLC, the general partner of Martin Midstream Partners L.P said, "Our Partnership's operating performance was solid during the third quarter 2010. Our distributable cash flow (DCF) coverage ratio was 1.11 times; and we again demonstrated the portfolio effect of having a diverse operating model. Our improved performance during the quarter was fueled by two of our four business segments, Marine Transportation and Terminalling and Storage. Marine Transportation had one of its strongest quarters ever. Our offshore tows continued their work in the Gulf of Mexico clean-up effort, although such clean-up efforts appear to be winding down. Additionally, within Marine Transportation our inland fleet was fully utilized during the quarter on long-awaited slightly improved day rates. Terminalling and Storage, our largest segment, also performed well during the quarter. Our Cross lubricant processing facility continues to see strong product demand for its off take. Also, we saw improved throughput and utilization in our specialty terminal storage system during the quarter. Lastly, we were pleased to execute the previously announced drop-down of two shore based marine terminals into our Terminalling and Storage segment. We anticipate those assets will generate approximately $1.2 million of additional fee-based distributable cash flow annually. In our Natural Gas Services segment, volume was extremely high through our system during the third quarter well over nameplate capacity of our Waskom processing plant. This was offset, however, by the incremental gas stream being primarily from the Haynesville Shale which is substantially leaner in liquid content. Our Sulfur Services segment experienced seasonal softening during the third quarter. As is typical, fertilizer demand is at its seasonal low after being strong during the first half of 2010. Looking forward to 2011, we expect to see greater demand for our sulfur-based products. Additionally, we expect continued strong demand for capacity on our sulfur prillers.