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Public Education

We demonstrate our commitment to the regions where we operate by building relationships with community members to better understand and address local concerns. In all of our operating areas, we make it a priority to reach out to local stakeholders (e.g., landowners, residents, community leaders, public officials, regulatory agencies, academic institutions, local emergency responders and local and national environmental groups) through a variety of approaches, including landowner meetings, community advisory panels, industry events and education programs. Our Contact Center is also a resource for helping us better understand community needs and concerns. Owners and community members can contact the center via phone or email to have their questions addressed.

Available Resources
We maintain a strong interactive presence through traditional websites tailored to regional interests and social media outlets — including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn — that give users a convenient forum to ask specific questions and receive individual responses. Our extensive library of available resources also includes fact sheets and animations in the educational library on

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This School Rocks is an educational program through which Chesapeake and its employees promote technology, science and innovation and spark student interest in science, engineering and other careers critical to our success. This School Rocks is a companywide program that teaches elementary through high school students about geology, hydrocarbons and the world underground.

Chesapeake employee educates elementary students as part of Chesapeake's This School Rocks program Chesapeake geologists, engineers and other oil and natural gas professionals visit schools, museums and other locations to explain how the company finds oil and natural gas, and drills wells to bring it to the surface. Demonstrations using common materials such as sand, water and vegetable oil show young learners what happens thousands of feet below the surface and help them visualize how to extract oil and natural gas from rocks far below the Earth. If you'd like more information about this program or how to promote it at your school, email​​​​​​​​

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