Harold Hamm & Continental Resources
Harold Hamm (born December 11, 1945) is an American oilman who was ranked in the March 2012 issue of Forbes as the 30th richest person in America and 76th richest person in the world, with a net worth of $11 billion. Continental Resources is a Top 10 petroleum liquids producer in the United States and the largest leaseholder in the nation’s premier oil play, the Bakken Play of North Dakota and Montana. /5
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The oil bust cost Harold Hamm $9.4 billion, but he's still the richest man in Oklahoma
Donald Trump calls Harold Hamm, CEO & founder of Continental Resources, the "king of energy" and "my friend for a long time…
Harold Hamm of Continental Resources! $CLR pioneer of shale, he sees $60s for oil, warns on US shale decline rates
The Saudis oil policy intent was to drown us.It's been a monumental mistake for them, a $ mistake” - Harold Hamm, CE Continental Resources.
Continental Resources' Harold Hamm sees price of bouncing back to $60 by the end of the year
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By Joshua Schneyer (Reuters) - Harold Hamm, the Chief Executive of oil driller Continental Resources who is embroiled in a bitter divorce, offered to pay his former wife $974.8 million, but she rejected a hand-written check, lawyers for both sides said on Tuesday. Hamm's offer would have paid his ex-wife, Sue Ann Arnall, immediately the full cash value of what he owes based on a November divorce ruling by an Oklahoma County judge. The lawyers sai...
After a secretive trial, Harold Hamm, the Chief Executive of Continental Resources, is paying one of the biggest divorce settlements in history.
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Oil CEO’s divorce payout near $1B: Harold Hamm, the Chief Executive officer of Continental Resources, has been...
Obama's Work Trap By Lawrence Kudlow February 8, 2014 6:48 am So let me get this right. Team Obama taxes millionaires who create jobs, while Obamacare creates incentives not to work at those jobs. No wonder recovery is so anemic. The policy here is to create fewer jobs and induce people to work less at those jobs. If my logic is correct, this runs counter to the most basic principles of our economy and our country. I thought the American Idea (see Jack Kemp and Paul Ryan) had at least something to do with the virtues of work, family and opportunity. But what I see from the Obama administration are policies that undermine these ideals. Here's a contrasting vision: Last week I interviewed the great entrepreneur Harold Hamm, the CEO of Continental Resources, who has harnessed the technologies of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing to completely revolutionize the energy sector of our economy. He has turned North Dakota into Saudi Arabia. Energy independence is in sight. Now, the energy sector is resp ...
Senate sets hearings on crude export ban Oilpatchasia published on January 25, 2014 The U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will hold hearings next Thursday to hear from witnesses in favor and against new rules to relax restrictions on American exports of crude oil. The senate panel is headed Ron Wyden, D-Ore.. Export licenses are generally handled by the Commerce Department. The senate committee wants to understand how relaxing export restrictions would impact consumers. Witnesses Thursday are scheduled to include Harold Hamm, the CEO of Continental Resources — a major producer of Bakken crude in North Dakota. Another witness will be energy expert Amy Myers Jaffe of the University of California. Others include Daniel Weiss from the Center for American Progress and Graeme Burnett from Delta Air Lines. “Policymakers are under growing pressure from major business groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the American Petroleum Institute, to lift the ban. But the [Obama] adminis . ...
Video: There’s no oil glut in the US: Hamm: Harold Hamm, Continental Resources founder, chairman & CEO, shares...
Continental Resources boss Harold Hamm gives Squawk his take on U.S. oil production. Are we in an oil glut?
Tar Sands Pipeline No Longer Needed, Oil Exec. Says: Continental Resources, one of the companies that has committed to ship crude on TransCanada Corp's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, now says the controversial pipeline is no longer needed. Harold Hamm, Chief Executive of the independent oil producer, told Reuters that his company and the U.S. oil industry in general are no longer counting on Keystone XL. Source: Bernie Sanders newsletter.
Keystone Pipeline loses support from key customer Continental Resources (CLR) CEO Harold Hamm, an early champion of fracking and other tight oil techniques, has turned against Keystone XL (TRP), saying the controversial pipeline which would link Canada’s oil sands production to Gulf of Mexico refiners is no longer needed.
Harold Hamm at Continental Resources says Keystone XL is no longer needed. Story at
Keystone PL-Sensational claim from Harold Hamm, the billionaire oilman behind the successful Bakken-focused Continental Resources (CLR-NYSE…
It's difficult to ignore the CEO of Continental Resources personal life. The energy reporter for The National Journal Amy Harder talked to Harold Hamm about that, we'll tell you her perspective on this issue today here on MOR.
Standard & Poor's last week upgraded its credit rating for Continental Resources. It was a win for CEO Harold Hamm.
Thanks Ron Sims: How a Romney Presidency Would Devastate National Parks and Public Lands | The Nation "But the Republican ticket’s hostility to the conservationist ethos isn’t fiscal; it’s ideological. Last year, Ryan voted for an unsuccessful amendment that would have repealed the president’s power to name new national monuments, as enshrined in Theodore Roosevelt’s Antiquities Act of 1906 and utilized by 16 of the 19 presidents since then. And when Romney ridiculed Obama in their second debate for taking action against North Dakota companies accused of allowing oil to spill into neighboring wetlands, he tossed the words “migratory bird act” out like a punch line. Romney did not mention that the chairman and CEO of one of those companies, Continental Resources, is multi-billionaire Harold Hamm, recently described by the Wall Street Journal as the “discoverer” of North Dakota’s oil. He is also Romney’s chief energy advisor and a major fundraiser. By early September, Hamm had already ...
Did you support *** Cheney’s secret drafting of energy policy with oil industry executives in 2001? If so, Jim Hightower tells you that Romney’s your man, with his adoption of positions that his Big Oil contributors love. Fracking, the Key stone XL pipeline and oil subsidies are in; preserving national lands and fostering alternative energy are out. This Hamm-handed plan was helped along by Continental Resources oil billionaire Harold Hamm, who chairs Romney’s energy advisory committee and was among industry leaders who showered Romney with over $10 million in August. No wonder Hightower says that Romney “out-Cheneys Cheney.” Listen:
Harold Hamm, CEO of the oil company Continental Resources, has given $985,000 to Restore Our Future, the pro-Mitt Romney super PAC.
Harold Hamm, founder of Continental Resources, the nation’s ninth-largest oil producer with the largest presence in North Dakota’s booming Bakken rock formation, announced a $10 million gift to the University of North Dakota.
you hear the words "Keystone Pipeline" and the number of jobs it will create.But you don't hear much about Harold Hamm, chairman of Romney's Energy Policy Advisory Council. He's also CEO of Continental Resources which owns a oil field in North Dakota that would connet directly to the Gulf of Mexico through the completed Keystone Pipeline it cloaks what thr NRDC sees as the pipeline's true intention to "raise the price of US and Canadian crude making billionaires like Hamm millions
The Tioga office of Continental Resources, run by billionaire Romney donor Harold Hamm, would not talk to me
“Why is energy such a high-level issue this year?,” said Harold Hamm, the CEO of Continental Resources and chairman of Romney’s energy policy advisory team, on Thursday. “It is pretty simple: because of the failure of Obama’s energy policy.” He said Obama’s policies aimed at developing renewable energy are based on a false notion of oil and natural-gas “scarcity” that has been overtaken by the U.S. production boom. “Romney has a policy of abundance; the other one is one of scarcity,” Hamm said.
The influence of money in politics is getting worse by the day. The billionaires' influence, especially in the Romney camp, is beyond just supporting a candidate. One, in particular, who has given several million $ to Romney and is head of Romney's energy Advisory Board, Harold Hamm. He is CEO of Continental Resources, one of the nation’s largest independent energy companies and leading developer and owner of more than 600,000 acres in the Bakken Oil Field in North Dakota. How do you spell influence?? $
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