Hamm divorce could affect energy industry
A divorce case between American oil magnate Harold Hamm and his wife Sue Ann could impact one of the world’s largest energy companies, Oklahoma-based Continental Resources, Inc., of which Harold is founder, chairman, and CEO, the Dallas Business Journal reported on September 2.
Sue Ann filed for divorce in May 2012 and is seeking between $3 billion and $6 billion from the nearly $17 billion acquired by Harold during their 26-year marriage.
Should the court rule in favor of Sue Ann, Harold could face the difficult decision of selling shares in Continental to afford the award. This decision would affect not only the company, but also the American energy industry as a whole.
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