Houston-based Halcón Resources Corporation is the latest North American energy company to meet bankruptcy in 2019. Their weak liquidity, lack of working capital and excessive corporate overhead all ultimately proved too much to keep Chapter 11 at bay. The company ultimately filed on Aug. 7.
CreditRiskMonitor’s FRISK® score had been warning of financial stress at Halcón Resources Corporation for more than a year:
This Bankruptcy Case Study will take you through the company's decline and identify the timeline of key events. As with many energy sector bankruptcies, Halcón Resources Corporation's decline was swift but not surprising if you were honed in on the FRISK® score, which measures bankruptcy risk in U.S. public companies with 96% accuracy.
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