Just one correction to my previous post.

Of course they would have the cash flow from production to drill some wells, but not enough to maintain production at a steady rate. All things being "equal", production and cash flow would decrease, as would the ability to pay the dividend.

I suppose everything depends on the price of nat gas and the associated liquids increasing. If that does happen, then the company will have many more options available. But as it stands, they really have few good options.