portfolio should help improve the firm's economic profile. Until his departure in April, Chesapeake was led by CEO Aubrey McClendon , one of the most visible and controversial personalities in U.S. E&P. McClendon was effectively forced out
HOUSTON, June 18 (Reuters) - American Energy Partners LP, founded by former Chesapeake Energy Corp chief executive, Aubrey McClendon , and private equity firm Energy & Minerals Group, have formed a company to invest in oil and gas pipeline and processing assets.
shareholders on Friday approved a series of reforms that included the elimination of three-year terms for directors, deepening an overhaul that began in the months preceding the 2013 ouster of former Chief Executive Officer Aubrey McClendon .
Aubrey McClendon would seem to be overpaying in his $2.5B purchase of 63K acres in the Permian Basin " unless he knows more than we do ," Jim
Mac is back , as former Chesapeake Energy ( CHK ) CEO Aubrey McClendon 's American Energy Partners announces $4.2B in acquisitions across shale formations in Texas, West Virginia and Ohio. The
(Reuters) - Aubrey McClendon 's firm American Energy Partners LLP on Monday said it plans to buy shale oil and gas assets for $4.25 billion, the former Chesapeake Energy Corp CEO's biggest deal package yet in an aggressive bid to build a new company.
June 9 (Reuters) - Aubrey McClendon 's firm American Energy Partners LLP on Monday said it plans to buy shale oil and gas assets for $4.25 billion, the former Chesapeake Energy Corp CEO's biggest deal package yet in an aggressive bid to build a new company.
June 9 (Reuters) - Aubrey McClendon 's American Energy Partners LLP said an affiliate would acquire about 63,000 net acres of production leases in Texas's Permian Basin from Enduring Resources LLC for $2.5 billion.
accusations are CHK e-mails suggesting the firms "throw in 50/50" on the bids, but in new court filings, CHK cites other parts of the same e-mails to show former CEO Aubrey McClendon was open to competition. Post your comment!
Feb 24 (Reuters) - A firm backed by former Chesapeake Energy Corp Aubrey McClendon said on Monday it has raised nearly $700 million in financing to acquire acreage and production in central Oklahoma.