Chesapeake Energy’s decision to accelerate drilling in the out-of-favor Haynesville shale gas play could actually pay off in the long run.
Chesapeake Energy's hedging strategy looks like it will be a benefit for shareholders as natural gas prices continue to approach $4.
ByRichard Zeits: Last week, Rice Energy (NYSE:RICE) emerged as the acquirer of a high-quality acreage package in the Marcellus Shale from Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) and its partners. The transaction includes approximately 22,000 net acres and 12 Marcellus wells in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Show More Summary
The possibility of more downside from Chesapeake Energy will keep new spin-off Seventy Seven Energy from prospering in the current strong market for oilfield services, but investors should keep an eye on it for the future.
Eroding margins, poor quarterly results, and criminal charges make these three names the worst performers in the stock market today
By Alpha Strategist: Chesapeake Energy (CHK) raised its 2014 total production growth outlook to 9%-12%, up from the previous estimate of 8%-10% driven by better natural gas liquids volumes. In addition, since the company has shifted its focus on the liquid-rich plays, its liquid production is expected to increase by approximately 29%- 33% in 2014. Show More Summary
Over the past five years EOG Resources’ stock is up 245% and investors have one big change to thank for those gains. It’s a change that Chesapeake Energy and Ultra Petroleum are hoping to replicate.
Chesapeake Energy and Ultra Petroleum are down as natural gas prices fall, and so are shares of Westport Innovations. What should investors do?
Why the recently announced sale of Marcellus shale acreage should be a positive for both Rice Energy, the buyer, and Chesapeake Energy, the seller.
Two energy companies and one travel company with strained international relations are the three worst performers in the stock market today.
Chesapeake Energy is selling $336 million in Marcellus Shale assets to Rice Energy while Warren Resources is picking up $352.5 million in assets in the Marcellus Shale.
Let's see what the numbers say about Chesapeake (CHK).
Though the stock has rebounded, Chesapeake Energy continues to spend counter the trend, leaving investors flocking into EOG Resources and Apache Corp.
By Options Calling: Shareholders of Chesapeake Energy (CHK) received one share of Seventy Seven Energy (SSE) common stock for every 14 shares held of CHK common stock. Now that SSE is trading on the public exchange, should shareholders who received the SSE distributions, hold on to the company, or sell and buy back CHK shares. Show More Summary
An energy spinoff and two dividend-paying utilities stocks end as the worst performers in the stock market today
Even as the stock market hit all-time record levels, these stocks saw their share prices fall -- but two of them had good excuses.
Chesapeake Energy expects to increase its natural gas liquids production in 2014. Is this the right move for the company?
By David White: Today, Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK) completed a spin-off of its oilfield services business. This is now called Seventy Seven Energy Inc. (SSE); and it trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol SSE. Show More Summary
Chesapeake cut its well costs by over a million dollars in the past year, however, it sees great value in spending that money on that same well anyway.
A recent Supreme Court case will have a big impact on the U.S. energy market, and Talisman and Chesapeake will walk away winners.