May 22, 2017 archive

Chesapeake Energy Offers $750 million in Notes as It Struggles in 2017

Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy announced Monday the offering of up to $750 million in its outstanding senior notes as the company continued with its economic struggles. The offering includes no more than $200 million of 6.625% Senior Notes due 2020 and 6.875% Senior Notes due 2020 and no more than $200 million of 6.125% Senior …

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Former Mayor Defends Lawsuit Over 1989 Bribed Oklahoma Corporation Commission Vote

While the State Supreme Court is reviewing a challenge of a bribed Corporation Commission vote from 1989, the former Nichols Hills Mayor leading the challenge defends the lawsuit. In a letter to the editor in the recent Friday edition of the Oklahoman, Sody McCampbell Clements said the lawsuit was not a waste of time as …

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