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Motley Fool  Jul 25  Comment 
With 17 years left before the SandRidge Mississippian Trust II closes up shop, will the trust return enough in distributions to make it a worth while investment?
CNNMoney.com  Jul 24  Comment 
If you're looking for your next real estate investment, look no further than the tiny town of Aladdin, Wyo.
Motley Fool  Jul 18  Comment 
Kodiak Oil & Gas was acquired for $6 billion, which just happens to be about the same enterprise value as SandRidge Energy.
The Economic Times  Jul 18  Comment 
Yes, being a founder you do have a moral authority, you have a legacy and more or less the authority with you, which Vishal will miss, but that is a matter of time.
The Hindu Business Line  Jul 15  Comment 
Online marketplace Snapdeal has launched a new programme to offer parents personalised promotions and product offers for their kids, aged between 0-12 years.Under the ‘SD Kids programme’, p...
Motley Fool  Jul 11  Comment 
Why SandRidge Energy’s appraisal efforts could provide a big boost to its resource base and asset value.
The Economic Times  Jul 11  Comment 
Recounting the different problems the IT major was facing when he took over in August 2011, Shibulal said the firm has left behind the tough times.
The Economic Times  Jul 11  Comment 
Infosys reported a net profit of Rs 2,886 crore for quarter ended June 2014, down 3.5 per cent, compared to Rs 2,992 crore in the previous quarter.
SeekingAlpha  Jul 10  Comment 
By Light Of Day: In October 2013, Torchlight (TRCH) bought a 50% working interest in Ring Energy's (REI) Kansas Mississippi Lime prospect in 2013, and funded the drilling of the first 10 wells for a total cost of $6 million. This was called a...
Motley Fool  Jul 9  Comment 
The worst problem for horizontal drillers like Range Resources is the decline rate, however, for SandRidge Energy the problem is beginning to moderate, making it easier for the company to grow.




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SandRidge Energy (NYSE:SD) is an oil and natural gas exploration and production company with significant assets in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Kentucky. At the beginning of 2010, the company had proven oil reserves totaling 105.3 million barrels (MMBbls) and 680.1 billion cubic feet of proven natural gas reserves (Bcf) for total proven reserves of 1.31 trillion cubic feet equivalent (1312.2 Bcfe) [1]. In addition to the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas reserves, Sandridge has gas treatment facilities, a company that markets its gas to various large-scale clients, and a wholly owned drilling rig service[2]. For 2009, the company reported revenues of $591 million, a 50% decline from 2008 revenue, and a net loss of $1.78 billion, a 22% decline from 2008 net income[3].

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