Ten Oklahoma energy stocks fell to new 52-week lows on Thursday as oil prices continued to spiral downward during a down day for the stock.
U.S. oil prices closed below $35 a barrel for the first time since February 2009, continuing a decline that has made energy stocks Wall Street’s worst performers this year.
All of the major stock indexes shed about 1 percent on Thursday.
Among the Oklahoma companies with shares at new one-year lows, and their Thursday closing prices were:
Alliance Holdings GP, $16.47.
Alliance Resource Partners, $12.31.
Chesapeake Energy Corp., $3.72.
Devon Energy Corp., $29.98.
NGL Energy Partners, $8.11.
ONEOK Partners, $22.73
SandRidge Energy Inc., 21 cents
SemGroup Corp., $25.34
Seventy Seven Energy Inc., 90 cents