The company is now an 8 billion dollar company with significant debt compared to peers. it s debt is high or it would have been bought out. it is at its all time low going back 13 years with huge reserves and transitioning to liquids which it had to pay for some through higher debt. recent 15% fall in energy prices took out the old lows. it pays almost 3% to wait around for crude prices to go up. each $10/barrel roughly 2 pts in share price. if no buyout and $80 oil by next yr 6 pts from here or roughly 15 or $16/share could be 50% return in a year. that's a good investment. downside risk has been experienced for the most part. ratings and coverage limited and it is off the radar screen and a classic fallen angel to buy now.