SandRidge put together an extremely convincing second quarter. Despite posting an increase in revenue by 38% and upping its yearly production target by 700,000 boe, the markets initially shied away from the company. However, the most important takeaway is the tremendous progress SandRidge made on meeting its three-year goals. Watch the video below to hear more about SandRidge's developments as well as possible reasons the markets originally doubted this up-and-comer.
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