's stock had its "market perform" rating restated by equities researchers at Sanford C. Bernstein in a report issued on Friday, Stock Ratings Network reports.
Oklahoma country singer Blake Shelton said on Friday that he will headline a concert to benefit the victims of the Oklahoma tornado that swept through the city of Moore earlier this week, leaving 24 dead and thousands homeless.
In the previous article on Chesapeake Energy , I discussed the energy outlook in consideration of the shale gas trends and the shift made by the company to diversify its production from natural gas-only to NGL and crude oil.
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Blake Shelton has a date, an arena and a tv network all lined up for his Oklahoma benefit concert.
Blake Shelton has a date and location for his benefit and fellow Oklahoman Carrie Underwood is writing a large check to help benefit those affected by this week's storms in their home state.
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Last week the Energy Department announced that it has conditionally authorized the Freeport LNG project to export natural gas to countries that do not have a free trade agreement with the U.S. This marked the second such authorization, and it also likely paves the way for additional approvals in the future.
Apache Corp. isn't waiting for Carl Icahn to tell the energy company how to reverse a two-year decline that's erased $14 billion from its market value.
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Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corp. donated $1 million to the Red Cross in Oklahoma to help with recovery efforts after the May 20 tornado.
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It's common for companies to make big cash donations after a disaster. But following Monday's tornado in Oklahoma City, several firms are going beyond writing a check, offering help through the use of their equipment, staff, buildings and other in-kind donations.
Chesapeake Energy traded up 2.61% on Monday, hitting $20.80. Chesapeake Energy has a 1-year low of $13.69 and a 1-year high of $22.97. The stock's 50-day moving average is currently $19.56. The company's market cap is $13.874 billion.