McClendon’s Child Companies Continue to Run Away from AEP Parent

In June 2015 MDN observed that Aubrey McClendon’s American Energy Partners (AEP) subsidiary companies were leaving as fast as they could (see McClendon’s New Empire Continues to Separate and Leave). Among the first to go was the Utica/Marcellus division of AEP, American Energy Appalachia Holdings, renaming itself Ascent Resources (see Big McClendon News: Sells 35K Utica Acres, Creates New Company). Others have also left the fold. The latest to get out of Dodge is AEP’s Permian Basin company (located in Texas). Like the others, they want nothing to do with the AEP name. The new name is Permian Resources…

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