Chesapeake Exiting Eagle Ford, Accelerates Gas-Only Strategy

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In a head-spinning reversal from the strategy it pursued just a few years ago, Chesapeake Energy this week outlined plans to exit the oil market by shedding its Eagle Ford Shale assets and focus on serving rapidly growing natural gas markets along the US Gulf Coast.

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