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EDMOND Jason Little with CB Richard Ellis Oklahoma handled the sale of the Spring Creek Village shopping center for $18.5 million. The deal was completed just days before the calendar rolled over to 2013. The 70,199-square-foot, outdoor shopping center is at 1189-1489 E. 15th in Edmond. At the time of the sale, it was about

IBC purchases Caliber Center from Chesapeake for $32.4 million

Caliber Center Photo provided by Price Edwards & Co. Built in 1976, the 10-story, multi-tenant building houses IBC’s Oklahoma headquarters. The company is a division of International Bancshares Corporation, and is based in Laredo, Texas. It had been leasing space from Chesapeake, and now plans to keep its operations at the Caliber Center. IBC has

Chesapeake offers separation package to some employees

Those receiving the option were identified for their combination of age and years of service at the company. They have 45 days to consider the offer, and if they accept, will separate from the company in February. “This program is designed to give our longer-term employees the chance to benefit from their years of service

Chesapeake plans to sell midstream assets

Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon Photo by Mark Hancock The planned sale represents a substantial majority of the company’s midstream assets in the Marcellus, Utica, Eagle Ford, Haynesville and Niobrara shale plays. The buyer is Access Midstream Partners LP. It includes the sale of new market-based gathering and processing agreements that cover various acres. “We are

Chesapeake hires, honors veterans

“Veterans perform well in our industry, and share our company’s commitment to energy independence,” said Martha Burger, Chesapeake senior vice president of human and corporate resources. “We hope to honor their talent, experience and military service with rewarding careers, while easing their transition to civilian life.” The team of recruiters that leads Chesapeake’s military hiring

Chesapeake completes Permian Basin asset sales

It sold the southern Delaware Basin assets in the Permian Basin to SWEPI LP, a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell PLC. The  northern Delaware Basin portion of the Permian Basin sold to Chevron U.S.A. Inc., a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation. Its producing assets in the Midland Basin portion of the Permian Basin sold to affiliates

Love’s adds rapid-fueling CNG option for heavy-duty trucks in Oklahoma City

“Love’s continues to listen to the needs of our customers, and give them options by adding our first CNG fueling facility for professional drivers,” said CEO Tom Love. The fast-fill dispenser is designed only for fueling heavy-duty trucks. It is at the Interstate 40 and Morgan Road location in Oklahoma City. In early 2011, Love’s


NORTHEAST American Fidelity Assurance Company isn’t getting into the newspaper business, but it is purchasing the campus of the Oklahoma Publishing Company. The deal includes a 12-story tower, manufacturing plant, parking garage, day care center and about 150 acres near Britton Road and Broadway Extension. The company currently is housed in three buildings near N.W.

American Fidelity, Chesapeake make Computerworld list

When ranked by company size, AFA was sixth in the small company category, and Chesapeake was fifth for large companies. “Making the Computerworld list recognizes the more than 200 colleagues in our information services division and motivates them to continue making AFA a great place to work in IT,” said Kim Fisher, AFA chief information

Love’s to add Guthrie CNG station June 8

The project is in partnership with Chesapeake Energy Corp. to increase the number of CNG stations for consumers, the Chesapeake fleet and other corporate fleets. The Guthrie Love’s is at 2530 E. Noble Ave. On Friday, June 8, Chesapeake will bring its CNG-powered motor coach, known as Big Blue, to Guthrie to be the first