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Oklahoma City - Authorities are investigating a fatal crash in Oklahoma City that happened in the same area where former CEO of Chesapeake Aubrey McClendon died in a fatal crash last year. Officials say that an unidentified man was driving northbound on Midwest Blvd. when he left the roadway and ...

Ascent Resources LLC, the Appalachian oil-and-gas explorer founded by late oilman Aubrey McClendon and two big energy-Investment Firms, is preparing for an initial public offering or a sale, according to people familiar with the matter. The Oklahoma City company is interviewing bankers to shepherd an ...
Oklahoma City Boathouse District and community leaders honored oil-and-gas pioneer and philanthropist Aubrey McClendon, by lighting up the skyline with fireworks, Thursday. The event included a christening of the newly named building, McClendon Whitewater Center, positioned on the water front of ...
He was an innovator who became the face of the nation's natural gas boom. He became wealthy as head of Chesapeake Energy, which became known for using unique techniques to reach previously untapped deposits of natural gas. A day after being indicted on federal charges, he died in a one-vehicle ...

Nonoperated interest in 1,700 producing Fayetteville and Moorefield shale wells, once owned by Aubrey McClendon, are being offered for sale by Warwick Energy Group. McClendon acquired interest in the wells while he served as CEO of Chesapeake Energy Corp. (nyse: CHK). Eagle River Holdings ...
CEO Aubrey McClendon attends Game 6 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals in Oklahoma City. Chesapeake energy corporation has withdrawn its claim for more than $455 million against the estate of McClendon, clearing some of the claims against his estate. McClendon died in 2016 after ...
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. Oklahoma City - A multimillion dollar dispute involving a former Oklahoma energy company CEO has come to an end. In February of 2015, ...
The 300-acre property once belonged to oil tycoon Aubrey McClendon, who proposed large-scale development before his death last year.
Ascent Resources, the Appalachian oil-and-gas explorer founded by late oilman Aubrey McClendon and two big energy-Investment Firms, ...
For its first 23 years Chesapeake was led by Aubrey McClendon, a cocky Oklahoman who pioneered the process of blasting rocks to extract ...
Ascent Resources LLC, the Appalachian oil-and-gas explorer founded by late oilman Aubrey McClendon and two big energy-Investment Firms, ...
The 300-acre (121-hectare) property once belonged to oil tycoon Aubrey McClendon, who proposed large-scale development before his death ...
Ascent Resources LLC, the Appalachian oil-and-gas explorer founded by late oilman Aubrey McClendon and two big energy-Investment Firms, ...
The land was formerly owned by the late oil tycoon Aubrey McClendon. The land is now in the hands of Jeff Padnos, who is pursuing a home ...

Oklahoma City Boathouse District and community leaders honored oil-and-gas pioneer and philanthropist Aubrey McClendon, by lighting up ...
... Boathouse District visionary Aubrey McClendon. In addition to naming the whitewater facility The Aubrey K. McClendon Whitewater Center, ...
He was an innovator who became the face of the nation's natural gas boom. He became wealthy as head of Chesapeake Energy, which ...
Nonoperated interest in 1,700 producing Fayetteville and Moorefield shale wells, once owned by Aubrey McClendon, are being offered for sale ...
Chesapeake Energy Corp. has withdrawn its claim for more than $455 million against the estate of late former CEO Aubrey McClendon.
In February of 2015, Chesapeake Energy filed a lawsuit against its former chief executive Aubrey McClendon's company American Energy ...
Houston -- Aubrey McClendon was the face of the nation's natural gas boom, a swashbuckling innovator who pioneered a shale revolution.
Houston -- The Justice Department announced Tuesday night that it had charged Aubrey K. McClendon, an Oklahoma wildcatter who turbocharged the shale revolution by buying up gas fields across the United States, with conspiring to suppress prices paid for oil and natural gas leases. The indictment ...
October 2011: The magazine calls Chesapeake Energy's CEO Aubrey McClendon, "America's Most Reckless billionaire." Two years later, he's ...
Since that time, founder Aubrey McClendon has died, and the company has been forced to shuffle or sell assets to stay afloat. The boom has ...
The late Aubrey McClendon's American Energy Partners (AEP) had signed a similar preliminary agreement to partner with YPF on Bajada de ...
... investors about a key conflict of interest in now-settled litigation involving Chesapeake Energy Corp. and its late CEO, Aubrey McClendon.
Aubrey McClendon personal loans and personnel divide promote, bill U.S. and of from consume tools be. check is federal Congress the ...
Goldman lent to natural gas wildcatter Aubrey McClendon against his wine collection, according to an Oklahoma filing. Executives joked the ...
Goldman previously lent to swashbuckling energy tycoon Aubrey McClendon against his extensive wine cellar. Following McClendon's death ...
... MidCon is led by Josh Camp, a former director of finance at American Energy Partners, which was founded by the late Aubrey McClendon.
He was an innovator who became the face of the nation's natural gas boom. He became wealthy as head of Chesapeake Energy, which ...
Nonoperated interest in 1,700 producing Fayetteville and Moorefield shale wells, once owned by Aubrey McClendon, are being offered for sale ...
Chesapeake Energy Corp. has withdrawn its claim for more than $455 million against the estate of late former CEO Aubrey McClendon.
Now, the very same district he helped launch wants to honor him with a memorial campaign. "When we put forth this idea of what was a ditch ...
In February of 2015, Chesapeake Energy filed a lawsuit against its former chief executive Aubrey McClendon's company American Energy ...
Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Aubrey McClendon speaks during the opening of a compressed natural gas filling station in Oklahoma City, ...
The last of Aubrey McClendon's wine collection sold for $8.4 million over the weekend, topping expectations and showing the quality, and ...
The judge overseeing Aubrey McClendon's estate approved a land deal on Friday that will pay off one of the late energy magnate's major ...
He was considered instrumental in forcing out board members and eventually, CEO Aubrey McClendon in 2013. In 2015, Icahn acquired an 8.46% stake in offshore operator Freeport-McMoRan, which has since undergone a major overhaul.
In its A&D swan song, Energy 11 LP is set to close a $53 million deal in the Williston Basin March 31, bringing its total 2017 acquisitions in the Sanish Field to more than $180 million.
Great book, yeah, the history of Harold Hamm and Aubrey McClendon and a few other infamous wildcatters. O'Reilly: This is available on Amazon.
The land was once in the works for a controversial development lead by multi-millionaire Aubrey McClendon, who died last year.
Aubrey K. McClendon is now ranked as the number three insider in terms of representation on the cap table for the stock, holding 3,172,436 shares, valued at around $16147699.24 as of recent close.
ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron are jumping into American shale with gusto, planning to spend a combined $10bn this year, up from next to nothing only a few years ago.
While the first chapter of the U.S. shale revolution belonged to wildcatters such as Harold Hamm and the late Aubrey McClendon, who parlayed borrowed money into billions, Bongo 76-43 is financed by Shell. If the big companies are successful, they'll ...
The event honored the late Aubrey McClendon as the inaugural OIPA Legend of the Industry, included the induction of OIPA director Mark Monroe into the OIPA's Wildcatters Hall of Honor and recognized U.S.
White Star, which was founded as part of the late Aubrey McClendon's American Energy Partners and called American Energy - Woodford, bought 12,000 net acres in the Mississippi Lime trend from Double Eagle Energy Oklahoma in a deal that closed late ...


 

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