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Monthly Portfolio Investments Report (Form NPORT-P)

UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, DC 20549

FORM NPORT-P
Monthly Portfolio Investments Report

NPORT-P: Filer Information

Filer CIK
0001432353
Filer CCC
********
Filer Investment Company Type
Is this a LIVE or TEST Filing? LIVE TEST
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Is this an electronic copy of an official filing submitted in paper format?

Submission Contact Information

Name
Phone
E-Mail Address

Notification Information

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Series ID
S000033201
Class (Contract) ID
C000102168

NPORT-P: Part A: General Information

Item A.1. Information about the Registrant.

a. Name of Registrant
GLOBAL X FUNDS
b. Investment Company Act file number for Registrant: (e.g., 811-______)
811-22209
c. CIK number of Registrant
0001432353
d. LEI of Registrant
5493003RA4QUTSYF1N15

e. Address and telephone number of Registrant.
Street Address 1
605 Third Avenue
Street Address 2
43rd Floor
City
NEW YORK
State, if applicable
Foreign country, if applicable
Zip / Postal Code
10158
Telephone number
2126446110

Item A.2. Information about the Series.

a. Name of Series.
Global X MLP ETF
b. EDGAR series identifier (if any).
S000033201
c. LEI of Series.
5493002HV8507QNNGD19

Item A.3. Reporting period.

a. Date of fiscal year-end.
2021-11-30
b. Date as of which information is reported.
2021-08-31

Item A.4. Final filing

Does the Fund anticipate that this will be its final filing on Form N PORT? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part B: Information About the Fund

Report the following information for the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries.

Item B.1. Assets and liabilities. Report amounts in U.S. dollars.

a. Total assets, including assets attributable to miscellaneous securities reported in Part D.
1017339346.36
b. Total liabilities.
72929012.32
c. Net assets.
944410334.04

Item B.2. Certain assets and liabilities. Report amounts in U.S. dollars.

a. Assets attributable to miscellaneous securities reported in Part D.
0.00000000
b. Assets invested in a Controlled Foreign Corporation for the purpose of investing in certain types of instruments such as, but not limited to, commodities.
0.00000000

c. Borrowings attributable to amounts payable for notes payable, bonds, and similar debt, as reported pursuant to rule 6-04(13)(a) of Regulation S-X [17 CFR 210.6-04(13)(a)].

Amounts payable within one year.
Banks or other financial institutions for borrowings.
0.00000000
Controlled companies.
0.00000000
Other affiliates.
0.00000000
Others.
0.00000000
Amounts payable after one year.
Banks or other financial institutions for borrowings.
0.00000000
Controlled companies.
0.00000000
Other affiliates.
0.00000000
Others.
0.00000000

d. Payables for investments purchased either (i) on a delayed delivery, when-issued, or other firm commitment basis, or (ii) on a standby commitment basis.

(i) On a delayed delivery, when-issued, or other firm commitment basis:
0.00000000
(ii) On a standby commitment basis:
0.00000000
e. Liquidation preference of outstanding preferred stock issued by the Fund.
0.00000000
f. Cash and cash equivalents not reported in Parts C and D.
1197306.66000000

Item B.3. Portfolio level risk metrics.

If the average value of the Fund's debt securities positions for the previous three months, in the aggregate, exceeds 25% or more of the Fund's net asset value, provide:

c. Credit Spread Risk (SDV01, CR01 or CS01). Provide the change in value of the portfolio resulting from a 1 basis point change in credit spreads where the shift is applied to the option adjusted spread, aggregated by investment grade and non-investment grade exposures, for each of the following maturities: 3 month, 1 year, 5 years, 10 years, and 30 years.

Investment grade.
Maturity period.
3 month.
1 year.
5 years.
10 years.
30 years.
Non-Investment grade.
Maturity period.
3 month.
1 year.
5 years.
10 years.
30 years.

For purposes of Item B.3., calculate value as the sum of the absolute values of:
(i) the value of each debt security,
(ii) the notional value of each swap, including, but not limited to, total return swaps, interest rate swaps, and credit default swaps, for which the underlying reference asset or assets are debt securities or an interest rate;
(iii) the notional value of each futures contract for which the underlying reference asset or assets are debt securities or an interest rate; and
(iv) the delta-adjusted notional value of any option for which the underlying reference asset is an asset described in clause (i),(ii), or (iii).

Report zero for maturities to which the Fund has no exposure. For exposures that fall between any of the listed maturities in (a) and (b), use linear interpolation to approximate exposure to each maturity listed above. For exposures outside of the range of maturities listed above, include those exposures in the nearest maturity.


Item B.4. Securities lending.

a. For each borrower in any securities lending transaction, provide the following information:

b. Did any securities lending counterparty provide any non-cash collateral? Yes No

Item B.5. Return information.

a. Monthly total returns of the Fund for each of the preceding three months. If the Fund is a Multiple Class Fund, report returns for each class. Such returns shall be calculated in accordance with the methodologies outlined in Item 26(b) (1) of Form N-1A, Instruction 13 to sub-Item 1 of Item 4 of Form N-2, or Item 26(b) (i) of Form N-3, as applicable.

Monthly Total Return Record: 1
Monthly total returns of the Fund for each of the preceding three months - Month 1.
-3.39158500
Monthly total returns of the Fund for each of the preceding three months - Month 2.
-6.22084000
Monthly total returns of the Fund for each of the preceding three months - Month 3.
4.41136700
b. Class identification number(s) (if any) of the Class(es) for which returns are reported.
C000102168

c. For each of the preceding three months, monthly net realized gain (loss) and net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) attributable to derivatives for each of the following categories: commodity contracts, credit contracts, equity contracts, foreign exchange contracts, interest rate contracts, and other contracts. Within each such asset category, further report the same information for each of the following types of derivatives instrument: forward, future, option, swaption, swap, warrant, and other. Report in U.S. dollars. Losses and depreciation shall be reported as negative numbers.

Asset category.
Commodity Contracts
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Forward
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Future
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Option
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swaption
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swap
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Warrant
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Other
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Asset category.
Credit Contracts
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Forward
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Future
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Option
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swaption
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swap
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Warrant
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Other
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Asset category.
Equity Contracts
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Forward
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Future
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Option
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swaption
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swap
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Warrant
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Other
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Asset category.
Foreign Exchange Contracts
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Forward
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Future
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Option
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swaption
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swap
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Warrant
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Other
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Asset category.
Interest Rate Contracts
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Forward
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Future
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Option
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swaption
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swap
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Warrant
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Other
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Asset category.
Other Contracts
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Forward
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Future
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Option
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swaption
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Swap
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Warrant
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000
Instrument type.
Other
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
0.00000000

d. For each of the preceding three months, monthly net realized gain (loss) and net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) attributable to investment other than derivatives. Report in U.S. dollars. Losses and depreciation shall be reported as negative numbers.
Month 1


Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 1
-1076747.80000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 1
-32358660.75000000
Month 2
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 2
0.00000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 2
-63693810.30000000
Month 3
Monthly net realized gain(loss) - Month 3
-121518.52000000
Monthly net change in unrealized appreciation (or depreciation) - Month 3
44238534.91000000

Item B.6. Flow information.

Provide the aggregate dollar amounts for sales and redemptions/repurchases of Fund shares during each of the preceding three months. If shares of the Fund are held in omnibus accounts, for purposes of calculating the Fund's sales, redemptions, and repurchases, use net sales or redemptions/repurchases from such omnibus accounts. The amounts to be reported under this Item should be after any front-end sales load has been deducted and before any deferred or contingent deferred sales load or charge has been deducted. Shares sold shall include shares sold by the Fund to a registered unit investment trust. For mergers and other acquisitions, include in the value of shares sold any transaction in which the Fund acquired the assets of another investment company or of a personal holding company in exchange for its own shares. For liquidations, include in the value of shares redeemed any transaction in which the Fund liquidated all or part of its assets. Exchanges are defined as the redemption or repurchase of shares of one Fund or series and the investment of all or part of the proceeds in shares of another Fund or series in the same family of investment companies.
Month 1
a. Total net asset value of shares sold (including exchanges but excluding reinvestment of dividends and distributions).
26769382.70000000
b. Total net asset value of shares sold in connection with reinvestments of dividends and distributions.
0.00000000
c. Total net asset value of shares redeemed or repurchased, including exchanges.
-2755330.41000000
Month 2
a. Total net asset value of shares sold (including exchanges but excluding reinvestment of dividends and distributions).
12838229.01000000
b. Total net asset value of shares sold in connection with reinvestments of dividends and distributions.
0.00000000
c. Total net asset value of shares redeemed or repurchased, including exchanges.
0.00000000
Month 3
a. Total net asset value of shares sold (including exchanges but excluding reinvestment of dividends and distributions).
21934479.31000000
b. Total net asset value of shares sold in connection with reinvestments of dividends and distributions.
0.00000000
c. Total net asset value of shares redeemed or repurchased, including exchanges.
-1581571.98000000

Item B.7. Highly Liquid Investment Minimum information.

a. If applicable, provide the Fund's current Highly Liquid Investment Minimum.
b. If applicable, provide the number of days that the Fund's holdings in Highly Liquid Investments fell below the Fund's Highly Liquid Investment Minimum during the reporting period.
c. Did the Fund's Highly Liquid Investment Minimum change during the reporting period? Yes No N/A

Item B.8. Derivatives Transactions.

For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the percentage of the Fund's Highly Liquid Investments that it has segregated to cover or pledged to satisfy margin requirements in connection with derivatives transactions that are classified among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]:

(1) Moderately Liquid Investments
(2) Less Liquid Investments
(3) Illiquid Investments
Classification

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
NUSTAR ENERGY L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
5493003BMLTUIEG2LG44
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
NUSTAR ENERGY LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
67058H102

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US67058H1023

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
2693936.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
43776460.00000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.635322001691

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
ENERGY TRANSFER LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
MTLVN9N7JE8MIBIJ1H73
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
ENERGY TRANSFER LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
29273V100

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US29273V1008

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
8969548.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
83416796.40000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
8.832685686862

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
MPLX LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
5493000CZJ19CK4P3G36
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
MPLX LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
55336V100

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US55336V1008

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
2477588.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
69669774.56000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
7.377066096043

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
CHENIERE ENERGY PARTNERS, L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
5493005UEC8AZ34LDV29
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
CHENIERE ENERGY PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
16411Q101

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US16411Q1013

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1142521.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
46649132.43000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.939498303713

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
HESS MIDSTREAM LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
N/A
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
HESS MIDSTREAM LP - CLASS A COMMON STOCK
d. CUSIP (if any).
428103105

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US4281031058

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
836268.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
21525538.32000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
2.279256965340

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
PLAINS ALL AMERICAN PIPELINE, L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
5521FA2ITF25TVH63740
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
PLAINS ALL AMER PIPELINE LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
726503105

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US7265031051

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
5975842.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
55754605.86000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
5.903642077008

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
GENESIS ENERGY, L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
549300VJ5D6MDK138782
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
GENESIS ENERGY L.P. PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
371927104

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US3719271047

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
5192182.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
40966315.98000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.337766593971

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
PBF LOGISTICS LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
529900XB9LDTN4488F04
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
PBF LOGISTICS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
69318Q104

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US69318Q1040

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1744540.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
21108934.00000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
2.235144326481

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
ENLINK MIDSTREAM, LLC
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
54930000GY1H533OBE23
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
ENLINK MIDSTREAM LLC UNIT
d. CUSIP (if any).
29336T100

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US29336T1007

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
4130572.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
22263783.08000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
2.357426880830

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
CRESTWOOD EQUITY PARTNERS LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
549300CUY0F1TYDLDL45
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
CRESTWOOD EQUITY PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
226344208

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US2263442087

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1589960.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
41895446.00000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.436148619930

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
DCP Midstream, LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
52990024YYS3MLGW0E91
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
DCP MIDSTREAM LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
23311P100

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US23311P1003

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1817337.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
47359802.22000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
5.014748411043

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
K4CDIF4M54DJZ6TB4Q48
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
293792107

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US2937921078

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
4230812.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
94177875.12000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
9.972135175303

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
DELEK LOGISTICS PARTNERS, LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
549300UVYITDIU51P724
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
DELEK LOGISTICS PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
24664T103

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US24664T1034

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
582951.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
25206801.24000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
2.669051823286

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
BP Midstream Partners LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
529900PIOYVTOPLH5962
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
BP MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
0556EL109

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US0556EL1098

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
3353270.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
44061967.80000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.665553331199

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
Shell Midstream Partners LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
529900YZVDXMTV4XGE96
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
SHELL MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
822634101

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US8226341019

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
3252966.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
39588596.22000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.191885115302

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
OASIS MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
N/A
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
OASIS MIDSTREAM PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
67420T206

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US67420T2069

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1466226.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
31083991.20000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
3.291365000955

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS, LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
N/A
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
WESTERN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS L PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
958669103

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US9586691035

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
2310590.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
45611046.60000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.829579363546

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
MAGELLAN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS, L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
MZF5TI8NFVZZNUSKDL39
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
MAGELLAN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
559080106

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US5590801065

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1650726.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
81232226.46000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
8.601369927042

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
PHILLIPS 66 PARTNERS LP
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
549300TL5L4IG0H4FX64
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
PHILLIPS 66 PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
718549207

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US7185492078

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
1288315.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
46057261.25000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.876827327055

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part C: Schedule of Portfolio Investments

For each investment held by the Fund and its consolidated subsidiaries, disclose the information requested in Part C. A Fund may report information for securities in an aggregate amount not exceeding five percent of its total assets as miscellaneous securities in Part D in lieu of reporting those securities in Part C, provided that the securities so listed are not restricted, have been held for not more than one year prior to the end of the reporting period covered by this report, and have not been previously reported by name to the shareholders of the Fund or to any exchange, or set forth in any registration statement, application, or report to shareholders or otherwise made available to the public.

Item C.1. Identification of investment.

a. Name of issuer (if any).
HOLLY ENERGY PARTNERS, L.P.
b. LEI (if any) of issuer. In the case of a holding in a fund that is a series of a series trust, report the LEI of the series.
529900NVV7ODCT0QCG29
c. Title of the issue or description of the investment.
HOLLY ENERGY PARTNERS LP PARTNERSHIP SHARES
d. CUSIP (if any).
435763107

At least one of the following other identifiers:

Identifier.
ISIN
ISIN
US4357631070

Item C.2. Amount of each investment.

Balance. Indicate whether amount is expressed in number of shares, principal amount, or other units. For derivatives contracts, as applicable, provide the number of contracts.

Balance
2266881.00000000
Units
Number of shares
Description of other units.
Currency. Indicate the currency in which the investment is denominated.
United States Dollar
Value. Report values in U.S. dollars. If currency of investment is not denominated in U.S. dollars, provide the exchange rate used to calculate value.
42163986.60000000
Exchange rate.
Percentage value compared to net assets of the Fund.
4.464583357493

Item C.3. Indicate payoff profile among the following categories (long, short, N/A). For derivatives, respond N/A to this Item and respond to the relevant payoff profile question in Item C.11.

Payoff profile. Long Short N/A

Item C.4. Asset and issuer type. Select the category that most closely identifies the instrument among each of the following:

Asset type (short-term investment vehicle (e.g., money market fund, liquidity pool, or other cash management vehicle), repurchase agreement, equity-common, equity-preferred, debt, derivative-commodity, derivative-credit, derivative-equity, derivative-foreign exchange, derivative-interest rate, derivatives-other, structured note, loan, ABS-mortgage backed security, ABS-asset backed commercial paper, ABS-collateralized bond/debt obligation, ABS-other, commodity, real estate, other). If "other," provide a brief description.
Equity-common
Issuer type (corporate, U.S. Treasury, U.S. government agency, U.S. government sponsored entity, municipal, non-U.S. sovereign, private fund, registered fund, other). If "other," provide a brief description.

Item C.5. Country of investment or issuer.

Report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country where the issuer is organized.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
If different from the country where the issuer is organized, also report the ISO country code that corresponds to the country of investment or issuer based on the concentrations of the risk and economic exposure of the investments.

Item C.6. Is the investment a Restricted Security?

Is the investment a Restricted Security? Yes No

Item C.7.

a. Liquidity classification information. For portfolio investments of open-end management investment companies, provide the liquidity classification(s) for each portfolio investment among the following categories as specified in rule 22e-4 [17 CFR 270.22e-4]. For portfolio investments with multiple liquidity classifications, indicate the percentage amount attributable to each classification.

i. Highly Liquid Investments
ii. Moderately Liquid Investments
iii. Less Liquid Investments
iv. Illiquid Investments
Category.
N/A

b. If attributing multiple classification categories to the holding, indicate which of the three circumstances listed in the Instructions to Item C.7 is applicable.

Instructions to Item C.7 Funds may choose to indicate the percentage amount of a holding attributable to multiple classification categories only in the following circumstances: (1) if portions of the position have differing liquidity features that justify treating the portions separately; (2) if a fund has multiple sub-advisers with differing liquidity views; or (3) if the fund chooses to classify the position through evaluation of how long it would take to liquidate the entire position (rather than basing it on the sizes it would reasonably anticipated trading). In (1) and (2), a fund would classify using the reasonably anticipated trade size for each portion of the position.

Item C.8. Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient).

Indicate the level within the fair value hierarchy in which the fair value measurements fall pursuant to U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 7(ASC 820, Fair Value Measurement). [1/2/3] Report "N/A" if the investment does not have a level associated with it (i.e., net asset value used as the practical expedient). 1 2 3 N/A

Item C.9. For debt securities

For debt securities, also provide:

a. Maturity date.

b. Coupon.

i. Select the category that most closely reflects the coupon type among the following (fixed, floating, variable, none).
ii. Annualized rate.
c. Currently in default? [Y/N] Yes No
d. Are there any interest payments in arrears or have any coupon payments been legally deferred by the issuer? [Y/N] Yes No
e. Is any portion of the interest paid in kind? [Y/N] Enter "N" if the interest may be paid in kind but is not actually paid in kind or if the Fund has the option of electing in-kind payment and has elected to be paid in-kind. Yes No

f. For convertible securities, also provide:

i. Mandatory convertible? [Y/N] Yes No
ii. Contingent convertible? [Y/N] Yes No

iii. Description of the reference instrument, including the name of issuer, title of issue, and currency in which denominated, as well as CUSIP of reference instrument, ISIN (if CUSIP is not available), ticker (if CUSIP and ISIN are not available), or other identifier (if CUSIP, ISIN, and ticker are not available).
If other identifier provided, indicate the type of identifier used.

v. Delta (if applicable).

Item C.10. For repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements, also provide:

a. Select the category that reflects the transaction (repurchase, reverse repurchase). Select "repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash lender and receives collateral. Select "reverse repurchase agreement" if the Fund is the cash borrower and posts collateral. Repurchase Reverse repurchase

b. Counterparty.

i. Cleared by central counterparty? [Y/N] If Y, provide the name of the central counterparty. Yes No

ii. If N, provide the name and LEI (if any) of counterparty.

c. Tri-party? Yes No
d. Repurchase rate.
e. Maturity date.

f. Provide the following information concerning the securities subject to the repurchase agreement (i.e., collateral). If multiple securities of an issuer are subject to the repurchase agreement, those securities may be aggregated in responding to Items C.10.f.i-iii.

Item C.11. For derivatives, also provide:

Item C.12. Securities lending.
a. Does any amount of this investment represent reinvestment of cash collateral received for loaned securities? Yes No
b. Does any portion of this investment represent that is treated as a Fund asset and received for loaned securities? Yes No
c. Is any portion of this investment on loan by the Fund? Yes No

NPORT-P: Part E: Explanatory Notes (if any)

The Fund may provide any information it believes would be helpful in understanding the information reported in response to any Item of this Form. The Fund may also explain any assumptions that it made in responding to any Item of this Form. To the extent responses relate to a particular Item, provide the Item number(s), as applicable.

NPORT-P: Signatures

The Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

Registrant:
GLOBAL X FUNDS
By (Signature):
Luis Berruga
Name:
Luis Berruga
Title:
President
Date:
2021-08-31