Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Chesapeake reported 2010 full year results; Production averages 2.84 bcfe/d, up 14% to 2009, setting record for 21st consecutive year

Chesapeake's average daily production for the 2010 full year of 2.836 bcfe consisted of 2.534 bcf (89% on a natural gas equivalent basis) and 50,397 bbls (11% on a natural gas equivalent basis). Chesapeake anticipates delivering a production growth rate of 25% over the next two years, net of property divestitures pursuant to its 25/25 plan.
Keypoints:

-  2010 average daily production of 2.84 bcfe/d, up 14% after asset sales. Oil and natural gas liquids production of 18.4 mmbbls; up 56% YOY to 11% of total production.
- Acquired $4.7 billion (net of leasehold sales) of primarily liquids-focused leasehold.





















  - 15.2 tcfe of proved reserves. 269 tcfe unrisked unproved resources (~138 tcf from natural gas shale plays, ~15 billion boe from liquids-rich plays, ~38 tcfe from other conventional and unconventional plays)
    
- Aggressively shifting capital to liquid rich plays, as part of 25/25 plan. Production from liquids anticipated to be 20-25% of total in 2012.




















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