Chesapeake to cut back on gas drilling

Hands off: Chesapeake believes dry gas is no longer economically attractive to develop, says chief Aubrey McClendon

Chesapeake Energy will cut its drilling for dry gas in half with prices for the fuel at their lowest level in a decade, the company said on Monday, sending its shares up more than 5%.


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