Seventy Seven Energy’s Stock Threatened with Delisting from NYSE

Last week we told you that Seventy Seven Energy, the former Chesapeake Oilfield Operating division of Chesapeake, spun off into its own company on July 1, 2014, had hired a “turnaround” company to help it, well, turnaround…financially (see Seventy Seven Energy Hires Turnaround Expert, Hopes to Stay Afloat). Perhaps we now know why. Yesterday Seventy Seven notified the world that the New York Stock Exchange has sent them a warning that their stock has fallen below minimum standards for continued listing on the exchange–unless they turn it around, fast. We’re not sure whether or not that will happen. Last week when we told you the company had hired a turnaround expert, their stock was trading at 60 cents per share. As of end of trading yesterday, that number was 48 cents per share. Last week the company’s market capitalization (how much the company is worth on paper) was $45.4 million. As of yesterday, the company’s marketcap was $21.13 million…

Please Login to view this content. (Not a member? Join Today!)
You do not have permission to view the comments.

Please Login to post a comment