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I don't know of the oil industry dead just hours after being indicted by a federal grand jury officials confirming Aubrey McClendon the former CEO of Chesapeake energy was killed in a car crash in Oklahoma City early Wednesday policing McClendon drove into a brick wall on a two lane highway and that the vehicle was so badly burned they couldn't tell if he was wearing a seatbelt the car it comes after the energy exec was charged Tuesday night with conspiring to rig bids to buy oil and natural gas leases in Oklahoma eroded investigation in two thousand twelve park the federal antitrust broke McClendon had gone on to form a new energy company after leaving Chesapeake , he faced a fine of up to one million dollars and ten years behind bars it he had been convicted