DENVER (Reuters) – Occidental Petroleum Corp expects to quickly reduce the $40 billion in debt it took on with its purchase of Anadarko Petroleum, the company’s finance chief said on Monday.
Cedric Burgher, in his first public remarks since the $38 billion acquisition closed last week, told an Enercom energy conference audience, the resulting debt burden was “not that bad,” and pledged Occidental would be selective in choosing assets to sell.
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He defended the purchase, which has been attacked by activist Carl Icahn as “misguided and hugely overpriced,” as providing future oil production as a good valuation. Icahn is seeking...
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