SandRidge Energyis up about 19% over the past three months because of increased oil prices, and if sustained, this could be huge for the company. The more cash it's able to generate from traditional, less-dense plays in the Permian Basin, the faster it'll be able to move forward in harvesting Mississippian lime assets. SandRidge's three-year plan is to decrease debt, gain double-digit oil production growth, and increase annual EBITDA to more than $2 billion. If successful, the company will be positioned to take advantage of the Mississippian play as a first-mover. In the preceding video, Fool.com analyst Joel South covers the full story, including SandRidge's progress on its three-year plan and his analysis of the company's core competencies as compared with the competition.
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