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Why Chesapeake Energy's Drop Looks Like A Buying Opportunity

By Mitu Anand: Natural gas producer Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) has been in a state of decline over the past three months, with shares dropping to the tune of almost 17%. The company's weak performance in the recent months doesn't come...Show More Summary

Chesapeake Energy's Q3 Earnings- What To Expect?

By Lior Cohen: Shares of Chesapeake Energy (NYSE: CHK) lost more than 17% in the past three months. The fall in natural gas and oil prices and the lower than anticipated earnings in the second quarter may have contributed to the drop in the company's stock. Show More Summary

Will Chesapeake Energy Corporation Stock Bounce Back in 2014?

Falling oil and natural gas prices are weighing on Chesapeake's stock as much as anything this year.

The Utica Shale Is Starting to Look "Extraordinary"

The founder and former CEO of Chesapeake Energy has always had good things to say about the Utica shale. Now peers like Royal Dutch Shell are starting to agree with him.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation vs. Devon Energy Corp: Which Company Returns More to Its Stockholders?

A head-to-head battle between fracking heavyweights Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Devon Energy Corp.

Chesapeake Energy: A Spin-Off For Southern Marcellus?

By Richard Zeits: Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) has made no secret, now for several months, that it had initiated a strategic review for its Southern Marcellus assets. According to Chesapeake, all options are on the table, including an outright sale or an IPO. Show More Summary

Chesapeake Is Well-Positioned To Grow

By IAEResearch: Chesapeake (NYSE:CHK) is doing a great job in transitioning its product mix to make the best out of the upcoming trend in energy industry. In doing so, it is also making a better diversified product mix to reduce the market risk. Show More Summary

Chesapeake - Aggressively Putting In Efforts To Secure Production Growth

By Alpha Strategist: The investment thesis of Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) is based on the company's efforts to sell its non-core assets. The company plans to utilize the proceeds from the asset sales to pay off its debt which will in turn strengthen its balance sheet. Show More Summary

SandRidge Energy: Panic Is Baseless

By Casey Hoerth: SandRidge Energy (NYSE:SD) can't seem to catch a break. Just last year Tom Ward, the company's previous CEO and co-founder of Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) with Aubry McLendon, was ousted by the board of directors in a shakeup not too commonly seen in the oil and gas sector. Show More Summary

Chesapeake Energy's (CHK) CEO Doug Lawler Presents at Barclays CEO Energy Power Conference Call Transcript

By SA Transcripts: Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) Barclays CEO Energy Power Conference Call September 03, 2014, 01:05 PM ET Executives Doug Lawler - President and Chief Executive Officer Analysts Presentation Unidentified Analyst I...Show More Summary

3 Reasons Chesapeake Energy Corporation’s Stock Could Fall

Chesapeake Energy is in the middle of a turnaround, but here are three things that could slow the company’s turn--and its stock price.

Chesapeake's Low Realized Commodities Prices Could Bring Down Its Earnings

By Lior Cohen: Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) didn't do well in the past quarter, as the company's earnings didn't reach markets expectations. This came even though its oil equivalent production rose by 2.6% to 63.2 mmboe, which was close to its updated 2014 guidance. Show More Summary

Energy Companies Are Finally Making Money on Fracking

Chesapeake Energy Corporation went from spending $12 billion more than its cash flow on fracking to covering its drilling program with cash from operations.

Chesapeake Energy: Realizing A Nightmare

By Stone Fox Capital: When reviewing the financials of Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) and comparing them to some other independent oil and gas exploration giants, the company stacks up favorably in a lot of metrics. It has larger production...Show More Summary

3 Reasons Chesapeake Energy Corporation’s Stock Could Rise

Falling debt, oilier production, and a Marcellus shale spinoff could fuel a rising stock price at Chesapeake Energy Corporation.

Why Chesapeake Could Be A Better Buy Than This Sub-Industry Peer

By Team Money Research: In this article, we're taking a closer look at the prospects for Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) and comparing the stock to Hess (NYSE:HES). We think a comparison of the two companies is worthwhile because, although...Show More Summary

How Chesapeake Energy Plans To Unlock Substantial Shareholder Value

By Bret Jensen: Over the last year or two I have made some huge gains by investing in mid-cap E&P concerns that decided to simplify their portfolios, shed non-core assets and become more "oily" in their production. Sometimes these efforts...Show More Summary

Seventy Seven Energy: Making Progress Towards Value

By Stone Fox Capital: Seventy Seven Energy (NYSE:SSE) is the recent oilfield services spin-off from Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK). The new public equity had a lukewarm reception due to the entities material reliance on the former parent for work. Show More Summary

Chesapeake Energy: Is The Worst Behind The Company?

By Price Point: Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK), the second largest natural gas producer in the United States, has taken a number of actions in the last one and a half years to reduce the complexity of its corporate and capital structure. Show More Summary

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