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Nonprofits, retailers look to uncertain future with Chesapeake changes

Marnie Taylor, president and CEO of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Photo by Mark Hancock From shopping centers to the support of nonprofits and the arts, many rely on Chesapeake dollars. With the announced departure of Chesapeake co-founder and CEO Aubrey McClendon by April 1, many who have benefited, and continue to benefit from the

Continental plans to increase production in North Dakota

Harold Hamm Photo by Mark Hancock The company entered into an agreement to purchase certain undeveloped properties in the Bakken – in which the company is the largest leaseholder – including leasehold of approximately 120,000 net acres in Divide and Williams counties in North Dakota. It will include production of 6,500 barrels of oil equivalent

Continental plans growth, further Oklahoma exploration

For 2012, the expected total is approximately 36 million barrels of oil equivalent, the midpoint for growth. With projected levels of growth, it will result in production of 108 MMBoe in 2017. Production growth for 2013 is expected to be a 30- to 35-percent increase, based on a capital expenditures budget of $3.4 billion, excluding


DOWNTOWN Comedian Louis C.K., pop singer Rihanna and Continental Resources Inc. CEO Harold Hamm may have little in common on the surface, but all share a place on Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World list for 2012. The list, now in its ninth year, recognizes great minds and influential people in a

Hamm names Bott new Continental president and COO

Continental CEO Harold Hamm announced Jeff Hume, Continental’s president and COO, will assume the role of vice chairman of strategic growth initiatives effective June 4. Rick Bott will succeed Hume in the post. “As we grow the company and add shareholder value, we continue to build out a world-class management team,” Hamm said. “Jeff and

6 Oklahomans make Forbes’ wealthy list

Topping the list of Oklahomans is George Kaiser, chairman of BOK Financial in Tulsa, who came in at No. 31, with a net worth of $10 billion. Kaiser was followed a few notches down on the list by Harold Hamm, founder of Continental Resources, at No. 36, with a net worth of $7.5 billion. Hamm