Former Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Aubrey McClendon and a part-owner of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder attends Game 6 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, in Oklahoma City, on June 6, 2012. Oklahoma City police say McClendon, a natural gas industry titan who was indicted on March 1, 2016, was killed in a fiery single-car crash in Oklahoma City.
Former Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Aubrey McClendon and a part-owner of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder attends Game 6 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, in Oklahoma City, on June 6, 2012. Oklahoma City police say McClendon, a natural gas industry titan who was indicted on March 1, 2016, was killed in a fiery single-car crash in Oklahoma City. Sue Ogrocki AP
Former Chesapeake Energy Corp. CEO Aubrey McClendon and a part-owner of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder attends Game 6 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, in Oklahoma City, on June 6, 2012. Oklahoma City police say McClendon, a natural gas industry titan who was indicted on March 1, 2016, was killed in a fiery single-car crash in Oklahoma City. Sue Ogrocki AP

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