This is a very interesting post considering that all the old Paloma leases are coming up for renewal
According to my research their stock is considered a strong buy. They are doing so good that they bought back $100 million of stock and are planning to buy back another $100 million this year. Earnings per share for Quarter 1 was $.56 per share. If they are cutting back drilling it isn't due to financial stress.
I called Gulfport buckeye yesterday concerning my Paloma lease that expires early September. All I got was voicemail and no return on Call.
Gulfport laid out their development plan on their earnings call - they are focusing on Appalachia this year with approximately 80% of their capital budget. They had many drilled but not completed wells, and increased the number of completion crews while reducing the number of rigs. Their 2019 capital plan hasn't been disclosed.