More on Chesapeake's (CHK) Q4 results: Net profit fell 36% Y/Y, hurt by debt buyback expenses...


More on Chesapeake's (CHK) Q4 results: Net profit fell 36% Y/Y, hurt by debt buyback expenses and other items that offset strong revenue growth. Average daily production rose 9.3%, led by oil production, which grew to 15% of total production from 10%. For 2013, expects natural gas production to decline ~7% and liquids production to increase ~27%. CHK +1.7% premarket.

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  • jerryf01
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    The best thing wasn't mentioned, AM was sent packing, so maybe the throwing away of share holders fund are slowed if not stopped. Hopefully the OKC farts team will no longer get any funds.
    I would like to find an E&P company that squeezed every Dollar until if coughed. Not likely, but I can dream.
    21 Feb 2013, 11:52 AM Reply Like
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