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会社名 Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK チェサピ―ク・エナジ―)
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業種 石油_ガス探査_生産   エネルギ―(Energy)
概要 事業概要 チェサピーク・エナジー(Chesapeake Energy Corporation)は、米国において天然ガス石油及び天然ガス液(NGL)を生産する。同社は、探査・生産及びマーケティング・ギャザリング・圧縮という2つの事業セグメントで事業を展開する。探鉱と生産は、石油天然ガス、NGLの探査と生産に従事する。マーケティング・ギャザリング・圧縮は、石油天然ガス及びNGLのマーケティング、収集、圧縮に従事する。同社は約22700の石油天然ガス井戸に関与する。同社は、米国の非伝統的な天然ガス及び液体資産のオンショアの多様な資源基盤を有する。同社は、南テキサス州のイーグルフォードシェール、オハイオ州のウティカシェール、オクラホマ州北西部のアナダルコ盆地及びワイオミング州のパウダーリバー盆地の積立賃金の立場にある。 その天然ガス資源の再生は、ペンシルベニア州のアパラチア北部の流域にあるルイジアナ北西部とテキサス東部のテネシー州とヘンネスビル/ボージャーシェールズである。同社の天然ガス資源の再生は、ペンシルベニア州のアパラチア北部の流域にあるルイジアナ北東部のテネシー州のHaynesville/Bossier Shalesである。  チェサピ―ク・エナジ―は米国のエネルギ―会社。シェ―ルガス、天然ガス石油天然ガス液の探鉱と生産に従事。ルイジアナ州北部、テキサス州東部と南部、ウェストバ―ジニア州、ペンシルベニア州、ニューヨーク州などを中心に油層・ガス層の探鉱、開発、買収、掘削を行う。地域別事業は2部門で構成、米国南部と米国北部で事業を展開する。  
本社所在地 6100 North Western Avenue Oklahoma City OK 73118 USA
代表者氏名 Robert Brad Martin
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board
電話番号 +1 405-848-8000
設立年月日 33573
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 2350人
url www.chk.com
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 2722.00000
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 5058.34700
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 10231.00000
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 14447.34700
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 775.00000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Chesapeake Energy Corporation revenues increased 8% to $10.23B. Net income applicable to common stockholders decreased 5% to $775M. Revenues reflect Oil Equivalent Production Powder River B increase of 67% to 25K barrels per day Oil natural gas and NGL sales increase of 13% to $5.19B FV/Uls Adjust on Derivatives for Hedge increase from -$134M to $445M. Net income was offset by Avg.

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   US shale gas giant brought down by big debts and oil slump  2020/06/30 21:35:12 The Guardian
Coronavirus lockdown the final straw for fracking pioneer Chesapeake Energy The collapse of Chesapeake Energy, one of the pioneers of the US shale industry, took few people by surprise. The embattled fracker slumped into bankruptcy weeks after the darkest month in oil market history, in a financial mess of missed interest payments, looming bond deadlines and crippling debts. Its collapse is not the first bankruptcy to hit the oil industry in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, nor will it be the last. But the fall of a company once known as the shale revolution’s brightest stars may mark a crucial watershed for an industry in flux. Continue reading…
   US companies tumble into bankruptcy at fastest pace since 2013 under coronavirus stress  2020/06/30 19:30:09 Markets Insider
US companies are filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the fastest pace since 2013, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. Year-to-date filings reached 3,427 on June 24, bringing the metric close to the 3,491 filings made in the first half of 2008. The wave of bankruptcies was largely driven by the coronavirus pandemic and its disruption to global supply chains, consumer spending, and manufacturing activity. Firms across a range of industries have entered insolvency, from car-rental chain Hertz to circus company Cirque du Soleil. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories . The coronavirus' economic fallout is fueling Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings at the fastest pace since 2013, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. US filings totaled 3,427 on June 24, according to data from Epiq seen by the Times. The reading also closes in on the financial-crisis reading of 3,491 companies entering bankruptcy in the first half of 2008. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is among the most popular options for businesses to restructure in the midst of insolvency.
   POWER PLAYERS: Meet the bankers, traders, investors, and lawyers seeing huge opportunities in a wave of bankruptcies  2020/06/30 12:03:00 Business Insider
A wave of restructurings and Chapter 11 filings has put a group of investors, lawyers, and bankers back in the spotlight. Distress investing, which looks to take advantage of bankruptcies and other high-risk situations, struggled to find opportunities for years. More opportunities and flow are also likely to come the way of Wall Street's distressed-debt desks. Sign up here for our Wall Street Insider newsletter. The coronavirus has slammed global economies and sending company revenues plunging. But the chaos is an opportunity for a group of advisers, traders, and investors who have been waiting years for a big shakeout. Retailers including JCPenney and Neiman Marcus have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, along with energy names like Chesapeake Energy and Whiting Petroleum. The parent company of Chuck E. Cheese , the family fun center known for its playgrounds and skee-ball games, has also filed for bankruptcy protection. As the economic fallout spreads, more opportunities are coming to the lawyers and bankers who advise troubled companies.
   Chesapeake Energy Corporation's "First-Day Motions" Approved By Court  2020/06/30 02:48:00 PR Newswire
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) today announced that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas ("the Court") has approved the Company's motions seeking a variety of "first-day" relief, including authority to pay…
   IN BRIEF: Kirkland gets another big bankruptcy case with Chesapeake Energy  2020/06/29 23:06:31 Reuters
Kirkland & Ellis is advising Chesapeake Energy Corp on its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, court records show, notching another big insolvency case for the law firm amid the coronavirus pandemic.
   US shale gas giant brought down by big debts and oil slump  2020/06/30 21:35:12 The Guardian
Coronavirus lockdown the final straw for fracking pioneer Chesapeake Energy The collapse of Chesapeake Energy, one of the pioneers of the US shale industry, took few people by surprise. The embattled fracker slumped into bankruptcy weeks after the darkest month in oil market history, in a financial mess of missed interest payments, looming bond deadlines and crippling debts. Its collapse is not the first bankruptcy to hit the oil industry in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, nor will it be the last. But the fall of a company once known as the shale revolution’s brightest stars may mark a crucial watershed for an industry in flux. Continue reading…
   US companies tumble into bankruptcy at fastest pace since 2013 under coronavirus stress  2020/06/30 19:30:09 Markets Insider
US companies are filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the fastest pace since 2013, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. Year-to-date filings reached 3,427 on June 24, bringing the metric close to the 3,491 filings made in the first half of 2008. The wave of bankruptcies was largely driven by the coronavirus pandemic and its disruption to global supply chains, consumer spending, and manufacturing activity. Firms across a range of industries have entered insolvency, from car-rental chain Hertz to circus company Cirque du Soleil. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories . The coronavirus' economic fallout is fueling Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings at the fastest pace since 2013, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. US filings totaled 3,427 on June 24, according to data from Epiq seen by the Times. The reading also closes in on the financial-crisis reading of 3,491 companies entering bankruptcy in the first half of 2008. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is among the most popular options for businesses to restructure in the midst of insolvency.
   POWER PLAYERS: Meet the bankers, traders, investors, and lawyers seeing huge opportunities in a wave of bankruptcies  2020/06/30 12:03:00 Business Insider
A wave of restructurings and Chapter 11 filings has put a group of investors, lawyers, and bankers back in the spotlight. Distress investing, which looks to take advantage of bankruptcies and other high-risk situations, struggled to find opportunities for years. More opportunities and flow are also likely to come the way of Wall Street's distressed-debt desks. Sign up here for our Wall Street Insider newsletter. The coronavirus has slammed global economies and sending company revenues plunging. But the chaos is an opportunity for a group of advisers, traders, and investors who have been waiting years for a big shakeout. Retailers including JCPenney and Neiman Marcus have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, along with energy names like Chesapeake Energy and Whiting Petroleum. The parent company of Chuck E. Cheese , the family fun center known for its playgrounds and skee-ball games, has also filed for bankruptcy protection. As the economic fallout spreads, more opportunities are coming to the lawyers and bankers who advise troubled companies.
   Chesapeake Energy Corporation's "First-Day Motions" Approved By Court  2020/06/30 02:48:00 PR Newswire
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) today announced that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas ("the Court") has approved the Company's motions seeking a variety of "first-day" relief, including authority to pay…
   IN BRIEF: Kirkland gets another big bankruptcy case with Chesapeake Energy  2020/06/29 23:06:31 Reuters
Kirkland & Ellis is advising Chesapeake Energy Corp on its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, court records show, notching another big insolvency case for the law firm amid the coronavirus pandemic.
   US shale gas giant brought down by big debts and oil slump  2020/06/30 21:35:12 The Guardian
Coronavirus lockdown the final straw for fracking pioneer Chesapeake Energy The collapse of Chesapeake Energy, one of the pioneers of the US shale industry, took few people by surprise. The embattled fracker slumped into bankruptcy weeks after the darkest month in oil market history, in a financial mess of missed interest payments, looming bond deadlines and crippling debts. Its collapse is not the first bankruptcy to hit the oil industry in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, nor will it be the last. But the fall of a company once known as the shale revolution’s brightest stars may mark a crucial watershed for an industry in flux. Continue reading…
   US companies tumble into bankruptcy at fastest pace since 2013 under coronavirus stress  2020/06/30 19:30:09 Markets Insider
US companies are filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the fastest pace since 2013, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. Year-to-date filings reached 3,427 on June 24, bringing the metric close to the 3,491 filings made in the first half of 2008. The wave of bankruptcies was largely driven by the coronavirus pandemic and its disruption to global supply chains, consumer spending, and manufacturing activity. Firms across a range of industries have entered insolvency, from car-rental chain Hertz to circus company Cirque du Soleil. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories . The coronavirus' economic fallout is fueling Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings at the fastest pace since 2013, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. US filings totaled 3,427 on June 24, according to data from Epiq seen by the Times. The reading also closes in on the financial-crisis reading of 3,491 companies entering bankruptcy in the first half of 2008. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is among the most popular options for businesses to restructure in the midst of insolvency.
   POWER PLAYERS: Meet the bankers, traders, investors, and lawyers seeing huge opportunities in a wave of bankruptcies  2020/06/30 12:03:00 Business Insider
A wave of restructurings and Chapter 11 filings has put a group of investors, lawyers, and bankers back in the spotlight. Distress investing, which looks to take advantage of bankruptcies and other high-risk situations, struggled to find opportunities for years. More opportunities and flow are also likely to come the way of Wall Street's distressed-debt desks. Sign up here for our Wall Street Insider newsletter. The coronavirus has slammed global economies and sending company revenues plunging. But the chaos is an opportunity for a group of advisers, traders, and investors who have been waiting years for a big shakeout. Retailers including JCPenney and Neiman Marcus have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, along with energy names like Chesapeake Energy and Whiting Petroleum. The parent company of Chuck E. Cheese , the family fun center known for its playgrounds and skee-ball games, has also filed for bankruptcy protection. As the economic fallout spreads, more opportunities are coming to the lawyers and bankers who advise troubled companies.
   Chesapeake Energy Corporation's "First-Day Motions" Approved By Court  2020/06/30 02:48:00 PR Newswire
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) today announced that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas ("the Court") has approved the Company's motions seeking a variety of "first-day" relief, including authority to pay…
   IN BRIEF: Kirkland gets another big bankruptcy case with Chesapeake Energy  2020/06/29 23:06:31 Reuters
Kirkland & Ellis is advising Chesapeake Energy Corp on its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, court records show, notching another big insolvency case for the law firm amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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石油は、「産業の血液」とも呼ばれる基礎物質。あらゆる産業に関係するためその価格の上昇や下落は世界経済に大きく影響する。中近東やロシアなどが石油産出国であり、政治的に不安定な地域が多く石油の安定供給が議論されることもある。石油を精製する前の状態である原油の価格は、米先物相場のWTI(ウエスト・テキサス・インターミディエート)価格などが指標となる場合が多い。

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