News: Continental Resources Inc (CLR)

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19 Dec 2014
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Mon, Dec 8 2014

Whiting buyout of Kodiak valued at $1.55 billion

WILLISTON, N.D., Dec 8 - Whiting Petroleum Corp's buyout of Kodiak Oil and Gas Inc is worth $1.55 billion based on Monday's closing stock price, about $2.25 billion less than when first announced last July.

Oil magnate's ex-wife slams $1 billion divorce ruling in appeal

- The ex-wife of Oklahoma oil magnate Harold Hamm has appealed a November divorce ruling that awarded her $1 billion, citing 78 alleged errors and missteps that caused a judge to grossly undervalue her stake in one of America's greatest oil fortunes.

Ex-wife of oil magnate Harold Hamm appeals $1 bln divorce ruling

Dec 5 - Sue Ann Arnall, the ex-wife of Continental Resources Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Harold Hamm, has appealed a divorce judgment that awarded her around $1 billion from the Hamm marital estate, her lawyers said on Friday.

Continental pipeline leaks 473 gallons of brine in North Dakota

Dec 3 - About 473 gallons of brine has spilled from a Continental Resources Inc pipeline in the northwest corner of North Dakota and remediation crews are on site, the state's Department of Health said on Wednesday.

RPT-COLUMN-Continental becomes lightning rod for fears about shale: Kemp

(Repeats column with no changes to text. John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own)

Continental becomes lightning rod for fears about shale: Kemp

LONDON - Continental Resources, one of the largest U.S. shale drillers, has learned the hard way that hedging is like being pregnant: you’re either hedging or you’re not. There is no middle ground. If you are not hedging, you are gambling on future prices.

Continental becomes lightning rod for fears about shale: Kemp

LONDON - Continental Resources, one of the largest U.S. shale drillers, has learned the hard way that hedging is like being pregnant: you’re either hedging or you’re not. There is no middle ground. If you are not hedging, you are gambling on future prices.

COLUMN-Continental becomes lightning rod for fears about shale: Kemp

(John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own)

UPDATE 3-Continental Resources CEO ordered to pay $995 mln in divorce

Nov 10 - Continental Resources Chief Executive Officer Harold Hamm has been ordered to pay nearly $1 billion to his ex-wife in one of the largest-ever U.S. divorce judgments, according to a court filing on Monday.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Continental CEO Harold Hamm ordered to pay $995 million in divorce

Nov 10 - An Oklahoma County judge has ordered Continental Resources Chief Executive Officer Harold Hamm to pay nearly $1 billion in a divorce judgment, according to a court filing made public on Monday.

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