Chesapeake Energy

Chesapeake Energy and Project Canary Announce Multi-basin Responsibly Sourced Gas Partnership

With Project Canary’s independent, trusted technology, Chesapeake Energy will produce responsibly sourced gas from Marcellus and Haynesville shale plays
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DENVER and OKLAHOMA CITY, April 13, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Project Canary and Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NASDAQ: CHK) launched a pilot partnership to produce certified responsibly sourced natural gas (RSG) at select well pads in the Marcellus and Haynesville shales, the companies announced today.

Investors Raising Heat on Fossil Fuel Companies and Their Strategies for Emerging Low-Carbon Economy

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March 7, 2016 /3BL Media/ - On the heels of a historic global climate agreement in Paris, investors have filed a record number of shareholder resolutions this year with major U.S. energy companies asking them to disclose their strategies for competing in a global economy that is shifting towards clean energy and away from fossil fuels.

Abrahm Lustgarten Exposes Chesapeake Energy

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Imagine how you’d feel if instead of paying you the usual $5,000 a month, your employer suddenly whittled your paycheck down to $500 a month – in order to pay for your boss’s new private jet. Well, that’s pretty much how thousands of landowners who leased their land to natural gas giant, Chesapeake Energy feel right about now.

Chesapeake Energy Sells Natural Gas Assets, Pervasive Software Presents at PDIX; CBD Energy launches at Solar Power International Conference - Energy Minute for September 14, 2012

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Chesapeake Energy will sell $13 to $14 billion dollars in assets by the end of this year, mostly of natural gas drilling land. The company, one of the nation’s largest natural gas producers, needs to service the debt it accumulated while buying up land during the production boom. Despite the near-decade low prices on the natural gas market, Chesapeake also expects production to be up 18 percent this year over last year.

Shareholder Resolutions Spur U.S. Companies to Act on Sustainability During 2012 Proxy Season

Investor proposals prompt commitments to address supply chain and water-related risks, promote responsible sourcing and improve sustainability reporting
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(3BL Media) Boston – July 10, 2012 – During the 2012 proxy voting season, investors successfully used shareholder resolutions to spur action on corporate sustainability challenges such as climate change, hydraulic fracturing and supply chain and water availability risks. Of the nearly 110 resolutions tracked by Ceres in 2012, 44 proposals resulted in U.S. companies making commitments to tackle environmental and social risks in their operations and supply chains.

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