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(Reuters)   Well, there's always coal to fall back on   (reuters.com) divider line
    More: Murica, Bankruptcy, Debt, Chesapeake Energy, Aubrey McClendon, Chesapeake Energy Corp, Debtor, American Clean Skies Foundation, Oklahoma  
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2020-06-29 8:22:01 AM  
4 votes:
Don't the shale producers always do this? They make bank during the high oil prices and then file for bankruptcy during the periods of low oil prices?
 
2020-06-29 6:42:49 AM  
3 votes:
Look for Saudi Arabia to start buying up fracking land and drill rights on the cheap to prevent fracking from coming back.
 
2020-06-29 7:31:54 AM  
2 votes:

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And Russia and Saudi Arabia pumping to oblivion. Shale already had a dagger in its ribs before we all decided to just not use oil for a bit.
 
2020-06-29 6:02:10 AM  
2 votes:
Chesapeakeprominantely and McClendon figured prominently in Racheal Madows book "Blowout"
 
2020-06-29 6:03:52 AM  
1 vote:
Chesapeake and McClendon figured prominently in Racheal Madows book "Blowout"
 
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