Oil and gas explorer Halcon Resources Corp. has filed for bankruptcy as part of a restructuring agreement reached with key lenders in May, Bloomberg reported yesterday. The agreement would eliminate $1.8 billion in debt and $222 million in preferred stock, the Houston-based company said at the time. On June 10, Halcon said a majority of holders had accepted the restructuring, which will be implemented through chapter 11. The filing listed $3.12 billion in debt and $2.85 billion in assets. Halcon focuses on onshore oil assets in the U.S. and averaged 41,087 barrels of oil or equivalent a day in 2015. Around 79 percent of its production was oil, 10 percent was natural gas liquids and the rest was natural gas, the company said. The case is <em>In re Halcon Resources Corp.</em>, 16-11724, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware.