I don't like the share price. I don't like recent dividend cut (though it was necessary). But if you review the current shareholder presentation and think about it: I like the assets, I like the direction, I like the leadership. Don't forget the value of any asset depends on its performance going forward FROM HERE. You have to detach from the emotional reaction to how it has been doing looking backwards.
They finally have a plan and have strong central control rather than being run like a fiefdom. Having more property than you could possibly drill on in a realistic period of time mis-allocates capital. At some point the new plan will gain traction and the stock price will move higher.