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Aubrey McClendon's new company is hiring....and he wants people to know it

by Brianna Bailey Published: April 24, 2013

Aubrey McClendon’s new exploration and production venture American Energy Partners, LP has put up two billboards  on NW 63  announcing that the company is now hiring.

The signs are  near NW 63 and Interstate 235 and NW 63 at N. Harvey Avenue — right across the street from American Energy Partners’ new headquarters in the Harvey Parkway office building.

The Oklahoman broke the story last week about McClendon’s new energy company. 

The company’s website, www.ae-lp.com, also has been updated and now contains more information on McClendon’s vision for the venture.

As always, McClendon is dreaming big.

“We’re looking for the industry’s best and brightest to join our team and help build a best-in-class E&P company to create significant value for our partners, our employees, our community and our country,” the website says.

McClendon is looking to make American Energy Partners a new “industry leader,” according to the website.

“We are a start-up, but we are ready to make our mark,” the website says.

McClendon’s separation agreement prohibits him from poaching employees from Chesapeake. But those billboards have to be  pretty hard to miss for Chesapeake workers who take I-235 to work and get off at NW 63.

Know more? Seen any more billboards? Let me know at bbailey@opubco.com  or hit me up on Twitter.

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by Brianna Bailey
Business Writer
Brianna Bailey has lived in Idaho, Germany and Southern California, but Oklahoma is her adopted home. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the Univerisity of Oklahoma and has worked at several newspapers in Oklahoma and Southern...
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