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  • Employees Respond to WV Flooding

    1,200 homes damaged or destroyed. Businesses, schools and infrastructure in ruin. And worst of all, 23 people dead. In late June 2016, West Virginia experienced some of its worst weather in recent history as 10 inches of rain caused flash flooding. Chesapeake employees, including those directly affected, quickly began helping restore operations and...
  • Campaign Makes Safety Personal

    It started as one of employee Jake Holland’s goals — to implement a safety initiative in the Louisville, Ohio, field office. Holland, a Field Services Superintendent, says he didn’t know what would come out of that commitment but knew he wanted to make a difference in the office’s safety performance. What he didn’t know was that his "Who We Work For" campaign would ignite employees and further...
  • The Driving Force of Safety

    At Chesapeake, nothing is more important than the safety of our employees, contactors and the public. With more than 1,800 vehicles on the road daily in 12 states, the company sees its commitment to driver safety as a top priority as well as an opportunity to help protect the communities where it operates. Chesapeake uses advanced technology, targeted training...
  • Plunger Optimization Ups Production

    Chesapeake employees are constantly finding ways to generate value while increasing production. This includes finding innovative new ways to optimize wells. Production has already increased by 20,000 mcf per day in central Texas and lease operating expenses are down, making the team there ahead of schedule to meet their 2015 goal. And in Wyoming, a large amount of spend...