- Rising natural gas prices could help Chesapeake Energy (CHK) profit off a plan to revive the maligned Haynesville shale play, where it gambled billions of dollars six years ago, and the 7-9 rigs CHK expects to deploy to the reservoir this year could boost daily rates for U.S. land drilling companies, analysts say.
- CHK's plan would increase the number of Haynesville rigs 25% to ~50 by the end of this year, according to an analysis by Raymond James - not like the old days, but renewed gas drilling could drive up margins for U.S. rig contractors by spreading out demand to other regions in the country.
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