The oil slide continues, with WTI dropping to a six-year low of $42.63 a barrel Tuesday morning.
Crude prices fell about 55 percent over the past year, resulting in a correction in the prices of master limited partnerships, which typically invest in energy infrastructure.
Krishna Memani, Chief Investment Officer of OppenheimerFunds, told CNBC's"Power Lunch"on Tuesday investors should take a look at midstream MLPs, which move oil and gas throughout the U.S. "That sector is very attractive, gives you a lot of yield and income," Memani said.
More importantly, Memani said investors don't have to worry about a sudden spike in crude. "The correlation of revenue stream to oil prices is minimal."
WTI was flat during trading, while Brent was down slightly.