Like or dislike, it is certain that McClendon has left his mark on the shale gas revolution. We all have complained about our royalty payouts and I believe with good reason. However, when history looks back on McClendon's tenure, from CHK's founding to it present, what will it say about him?
Can we sever his effective advocacy for shale gas from his role as CEO of CHK?
Are these roles too entangled to draw a distinction?
I'd like to get your feedback on this page and in a poll we are running.