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OKLAHOMA CITY - Chesapeake Energy Corp. on Monday announced two deals designed to refinance up to $750 million in debt. The Oklahoma City-based oil and natural gas company said it plans to issue in a private placement $750 million in senior notes due in 2027 and that it plans to use the proceeds to buy back up to $750 million in existing senior notes.
PAWHUSKA â€” Home to some of the state's oldest oil fields, Osage County has a long history with the oil and natural gas industry. The state's largest county also has a more complicated regulatory and organizational structure than Oklahoma's other 76 counties. "It's more complicated, but there is a good reason for it," said Bob Blackburn, executive director of the Oklahoma History Center.