Chesapeake to Sell Oily Assets, Go All In on Gas

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Chesapeake Energy on Wednesday unveiled plans to exit the US oil market by shedding its Eagle Ford Shale assets in Texas and focusing on serving rapidly growing natural gas markets along the US Gulf Coast.

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