Profits for the largest U.S. energy producers are poised to fall the most since 2009 as fracking...

|By:, SA News Editor

Profits for the largest U.S. energy producers are poised to fall the most since 2009 as fracking punches a hole in natgas prices. The domestic glut will be especially painful for Chesapeake (CHK) and ConocoPhillips (COP), both of which amassed gas assets before the full impact of fracking on supply growth was apparent.