Freeport's Oil Exit Risks Creating Money-Losing Crude ExplorerBy
Energy unit facing $400 million shortfall in 2016: analyst
Offshore exposure boosts operating costs for wildcatter
Freeport-McMoRan Inc.’s oil and natural gas business may continue bleeding cash after it splits from the parent company because energy prices are too weak to prop up the offshore-drilling pioneer.
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