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    Quote Originally Posted by zookeeper View Post
    Couldn't the same be said of Harold?
    Yes on earnings. No on the right to the equity.

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    A video piece from ABC News on Saturday night. Sue Ann Hamm could become the wealthiest woman in the United States - richer than Oprah Winfrey.

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    Interesting, that video says she "might win $3B". If that's 100% CLR shares (which I imagine CLR shares would count for 97.5%+) then that equates to ~20% of the companies shares, knocking Hamm from 68% to ~48%.

    If the *most* she can win is $3B then I don't think OKC nor CLR have anything to worry about. 48% is still a gargantuan holding in a public company. No other one entity is likely to approach even a quarter of the holding that Hamm would own, other than Sue Ann, but even she wouldn't be at half of Hamm's amount.

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    Its been interesting following Continental as a company, they are really reaping the benefits of being sort of the first mover into the Bakken, and with that they've seen tremendous growth over the last 5 years or so as the Bakken has rapidly grown to account for almost 10 % of all the oil produced in the US. Its really an under the radar story...Moving the HQ to OKC is a big part of it too.

    But on another note, I've seen way too much tabloid level media in the last week about this company, of course its about the divorce/$$$/TheNewOprah, blah, blah, blah. Just sickening what gets covered...

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    Continental Resources to sell $1B in notes - Yahoo! Finance
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Continental Resources Inc. said Tuesday that it plans to sell $1 billion of new senior notes in a private offering.

    The Oklahoma City-based oil and gas producer said it plans to use the net proceeds from the offering to repay some of the debt under its revolving credit facility and for general corporate purposes.

  6. #106

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidburgess View Post
    Doesn't this belong in the Mystery Tower thread? ;-)
    Oh, Sid. Are you going to be crushed when a new tower doesn't happen?

  7. #107

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidburgess View Post
    I'm not worried.
    Nor am I.




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    Any word on how long the divorce settlement might take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlyOne View Post
    Any word on how long the divorce settlement might take?
    They've been working at it since 1998.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou48A View Post
    Continental Resources to sell $1B in notes - Yahoo! Finance
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Continental Resources Inc. said Tuesday that it plans to sell $1 billion of new senior notes in a private offering.

    The Oklahoma City-based oil and gas producer said it plans to use the net proceeds from the offering to repay some of the debt under its revolving credit facility and for general corporate purposes.

    There are now reports that the figure is actually 1.5 billion and not the 1 billion that was previously posted.

    Continental Resources Announces Pricing of $1.5 Billion Offering of New Senior Notes due 2023 - Yahoo! Finance

    Continental Resources Announces Pricing of $1.5 Billion Offering of New Senior Notes due 2023

  11. #111

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    Not sure if I agree with it, but an interesting take on CLR and the Bakken:

    Bakken Boom Destined To Fizzle? - Seeking Alpha

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    Quote Originally Posted by tillyato View Post
    Not sure if I agree with it, but an interesting take on CLR and the Bakken:

    Bakken Boom Destined To Fizzle? - Seeking Alpha
    60% of Continental's acreage is junk? Hmm. Interesting, indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tillyato View Post
    Not sure if I agree with it, but an interesting take on CLR and the Bakken:

    Bakken Boom Destined To Fizzle? - Seeking Alpha
    The author says “There is very little gas gathering in the Bakken and little profit in it compared to oil sales.”
    Gas gathering capacity is growing…. but we have known about this problem for very long time. Flaring is being reduced but many of the Bakken wells do not produce that much NG.
    If the CLR “outlook is fragile” then virtually all other similar companies are fragile too IMO.
    The author says “I'm not going to comment on Continental's new Oklahoma Woodford shale program.”
    But to be fair and honest an analyst would need to look at CLR’s new Oklahoma Woodford shale program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou48A View Post
    The author says “There is very little gas gathering in the Bakken and little profit in it compared to oil sales.”
    Gas gathering capacity is growing…. but we have known about this problem for very long time. Flaring is being reduced but many of the Bakken wells do not produce that much NG.
    If the CLR “outlook is fragile” then virtually all other similar companies are fragile too IMO.
    The author says “I'm not going to comment on Continental's new Oklahoma Woodford shale program.”
    But to be fair and honest an analyst would need to look at CLR’s new Oklahoma Woodford shale program.
    That's right and when CLR builds that new tower downtown that author will have to eat his words.

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    I read a lot of the 'Seeking Alpha' articles on Mreit's. I notice that there are always comments disputing the accuracy of the articles, and the authors come back in and comment with corrections to the articles....not sure how reliable they are.

    On further edit, they have removed the article.....

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    More good new for Continental.

    North Dakota, Montana's oil potential revised even higher | News OK

    The new oil number is 49 times more than the geological survey's 1995 forecast of 151 million barrels of recoverable oil. By 2008, the geological survey revised its estimate to 3.7 billion barrels.
    The geological survey attributed much of its most recent increase to efforts by Continental Resources and other producers to recover oil from the Three Forks Formation, which lies beneath the Bakken in the Williston Basin of North Dakota and Montana.
    Continental Resources was one of the first developers in the area and now has a stake in about 20 percent of the wells drilled so far. The company has led the effort to develop the deeper rock layers in the area.
    Continental CEO Harold Hamm said he still thinks the government estimates are too low, but that he is pleased with the revision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljbab728 View Post

    This new is going to make CLR an even stronger take over target.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou48A View Post
    This new is going to make CLR an even stronger take over target.
    harold hamm has majority control ... they can't be taken over without him deciding to sell ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoulderSooner View Post
    harold hamm has majority control ... they can't be taken over without him deciding to sell ..
    I’m aware of that fact and I should have said buy out candidate rather than take over target.
    As HH grows older and the more valuable his company becomes a major with reserve issue may throw enough money his way to make him take the opportunity.
    I suspect Hamm still has several causes in mind that he would like to help with his money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou48A View Post
    I’m aware of that fact and I should have said buy out candidate rather than take over target.
    As HH grows older and the more valuable his company becomes a major with reserve issue may throw enough money his way to make him take the opportunity.
    I suspect Hamm still has several causes in mind that he would like to help with his money.
    He's got kids too.

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    Why would you sell the company you built in the middle of its rise to prominence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teo9969 View Post
    Why would you sell the company you built in the middle of its rise to prominence?

    That’s just it, with this report the prominence (selling price) may not ever be greater than it is now or for the next few years.
    HH would know his prospects better than anyone.

    But not everyone is purely ego driven.
    There are personal reasons why he might sell such as heath, a divorce and how he might want to help his community with the money. There may even be other business ventures he would be interested in?

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    Continental Resources Management Discusses Q1 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript - Seeking Alpha

    Harold G. Hamm says Continental is on track to 35% to 40% total production growth in 2013

    ....CLR achieved record net production of 121,500 barrels of oil equivalent in the first quarter, a 42% increase over the first quarter of last year

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    The Wall Street Journal reports this project will be moving forward

    Report Volume XXIV, Number 16 April 15, 2013

    INDUSTRY NEWS (Enid, OK) – Hiland Crude, a subsidiary of Hiland Partners, is proposing a new pipeline that would cost $300 million – transporting crude from North Dakota’s Bakken field to eastern Wyoming.

    The pipeline is expected to have a starting capacity of 50,000 bpd, but it could hold twice that amount. The 12-inch pipeline will stretch 500 miles, and the company is in talks with various landowners and Converse County officials in Wyoming to get the project underway.

    Hiland already signed deals with some landowners along the Converse County line, and the company is hopeful for more cooperation.

    If all goes well with negotiations, construction will begin this summer. The pipeline is expected to foster 180 jobs throughout its construction and three to five permanent positions.

    The pipeline, known as Double H, will be fully operational by August of 2014. Most of the sections will only take three to four months to construct.

    Double H will begin in Dore, North Dakota, stretching to Guernsey, Wyoming. From there, the pipeline will connect to the Pony Express pipeline—formerly a natural gas line that is being transformed into a passage for crude by Tallgrass Energy Partners, Oklahoma’s Enid News reports

    Pony Express is being revamped to reach Cushing, Oklahoma—a city well known for its extensive oil trading and as the center for the settlement price for West Texas Intermediate on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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