Tagged With Chesapeake
Power play
13 April 2016
Cheap natural gas is bringing coal’s long reign as the fuel of choice in US generation to an end
Tight oil bonanza
6 February 2014
US oil production will rise by another 1 million barrels a day in 2014, defying sceptics and suggesting the tight oil surge still has momentum
Sinopec deal boosts Mississippi Lime shale play
28 February 2013
The Chinese state-run company makes a $1.02 billion deal with Chesapeake Energy in the southern US
Aubrey McClendon quits Chesapeake Energy
1 February 2013
The chief executive will leave Chesapeake Energy, the company which he founded
Early Utica drilling results ‘encouraging’ says IHS
3 October 2012
Early drilling results from the Utica shale in Ohio are encouraging, a report by consultancy IHS Cera, released on 3 October, said
Encana clears itself of collusion charges
11 September 2012
Canada’s largest natural gas producer Encana has cleared itself in an internal investigation over allegations that it colluded with Chesapeake Energy in US land purchases, but still faces a potentially costly federal anti-trust investigation over the matter
Canada's Encana clears itself of collusion charges
11 September 2012
Canada’s largest natural gas producer Encana has cleared itself in an internal investigation over allegations that it colluded with Chesapeake Energy in US land purchases, but still faces a potentially costly federal anti-trust investigation over the matter
Encana investigates US land buys
29 June 2012
Canada’s Encana has initiated an investigation into alleged wrong-doing regarding US land purchases
Ichan adds to pressure on Chesapeake board
30 May 2012
Chesapeake Energy has come under even more pressure after its newest shareholder – activist Carl Ichan – spoke out about “breakdowns” in the company’s corporate governance and vowed to force changes at the struggling natural gas producer
What next for McClendon?
24 May 2012
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to separate the misfortunes of Chesapeake Energy from those of its chief executive, Aubrey McClendon
Shale fuelling a looming energy credit crunch
18 May 2012
The financial woes of the US’ largest unconventional gas players could not only destabilise the energy sector, they pose a threat to the wider economy, argues Dr Ruud Weijermars*
A two-track energy business
18 May 2012
There’s a growing divide between big firms and smaller players in the oil and gas sector, and nowhere is that gap more evident than in access to finance
Pressure piles on North American gas producers
12 April 2012
North American natural gas producers may face a summer of mergers, takeovers and asset sales as futures prices continue to plumb decade lows, potentially forcing a major realignment of the continent’s gas sector
Falling gas prices might burst Chesapeake’s bubble
12 March 2012
Chesapeake Energy was a pioneer of the US unconventionals rush, but as gas prices continue to plunge, the firm’s position looks increasingly difficult
North American players seek Asian lifeline
22 February 2012
Encana strikes unconventional gas deal with Japan’s Mitsubishi as market fundamentals spook shale-gas bulls
Bearish gas market mauls shale bulls
26 January 2012
As North America’s gas-storage tanks near capacity and prices stay low, the continent’s shale-gas sector is being forced to reassess. Is the boom over, or is the market forcing a much-needed correction?
US shale drillers laughing to the bank
6 January 2012
Two huge deals, amounting to over $5 billion, show the US shale-gas revolution is not over yet
Hess sees value in Utica Shale
8 September 2011
Firm expects to operate about 80,000 acres in Ohio
BHP to splash record profits on global shale gas
24 August 2011
BHP Billiton is considering expanding into shale-gas exploration beyond the US in the wake of its take-over of Petrohawk Energy and the purchase of a package of assets from Chesapeake Energy
Chesapeake’s boost for natural gas transport
14 July 2011
With abundant natural gas supplies depressing prices, Chesapeake says the time is right to invest in transport fuelled by natural gas. It’s putting its money where its mouth is
Chesapeake fined for water contamination
19 May 2011
Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) gives out fines totalling $1.1 million
EPA wants answers from Chesapeake
27 April 2011
Pennsylvania drilling suspended
Chesapeake Energy battles Marcellus Shale blowout
21 April 2011
Fracing fluids flow into Susquehanna tributary
Haynesville now US’ top producing shale play
4 April 2011
Barnett edged into second place
BHP Billiton buys big in the Fayetteville shale
24 February 2011
Deal makes Australian firm a big player in US gas sector; Chesapeake continues asset sales to drive down debt
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