Two big U.S. oil and gas tycoons might get back together.T. Boone Pickens, one of the most-well known oil and gas magnates in the country, said he could invest in Aubrey McClendon’s planned publicly traded companies.“Let’s see what he’s got,” Pickens told Businessweek.McClendon co-founded Chesapeake Energy Corp. NYSE:CHK, one of the biggest domestic shale gas drillers and the company that led the charge into Ohio’s Utica shale play. He left the company last year and has since formed his own company, American Energy Partners LP, that quickly has raised $13 billion from private investors. The company has subsidiaries – locally it’s American Energy-Utica – for each specific shale play in which it operates. He said last month that he plans to make each subsidiary go public with separate management teams.That’s where Pickens could come in.
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