Quicksilver Resources future survival took another hit this week when it announced that it would not fight the New York Stock Exchange’s efforts to remove its stock from its market. In August, Stan Page, left, Senior Vice-President of Operations for Quicksilver Resources, showed a delegation of Japanese legislators equipment at a Barnett Shale gas well in far north Fort Worth.
Quicksilver Resources future survival took another hit this week when it announced that it would not fight the New York Stock Exchange’s efforts to remove its stock from its market. In August, Stan Page, left, Senior Vice-President of Operations for Quicksilver Resources, showed a delegation of Japanese legislators equipment at a Barnett Shale gas well in far north Fort Worth. Brandon Wade Star-Telegram archives
Quicksilver Resources future survival took another hit this week when it announced that it would not fight the New York Stock Exchange’s efforts to remove its stock from its market. In August, Stan Page, left, Senior Vice-President of Operations for Quicksilver Resources, showed a delegation of Japanese legislators equipment at a Barnett Shale gas well in far north Fort Worth. Brandon Wade Star-Telegram archives

Quicksilver Resources stock knocked off NYSE

January 09, 2015 06:13 PM

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