The article that came out stated the visit to Oklahoma City did little to change the author’s opinion on the company, that McClendon did not learn from previous “near-death” experiences at the company, and that when some compare Chesapeake to Enron, it sends McClendon into a “highly insulted” rage.
At the time the article was released online, company spokesman Jim Gipson said Chesapeake was “working with Forbes to correct a number of errors in the main online story before they print the magazine.”
Those errors have apparently been corrected, as the Forbes piece was posted a few days later at Chesapeake’s website.
“We got enough of it fixed to post it,” Gipson said.
Forbes writer Christopher Helman said fewer than a half-dozen numerical errors amounted to “nothing substantive” in the lengthy piece, which has been corrected.
“Stay tuned for more coverage of (Chesapeake) soon,” Helman said.
CFN can hardly wait.