Chesapeake executive: It’s time for companies to deliver results in Utica shale play

A Chesapeake Energy Corp. executive told Columbus Business First that it is time for oil and natural gas companies to start proving themselves after years of spending big on development of Ohio’s Utica shale play. "We're entering into a stage now ... where companies are going to be asked to start delivering results," said Chesapeake Executive Vice President Chris Doyle, while adding the caveat that low commodity prices and a continued strain on oil and gas infrastructure in the Utica play could change plans. "This is where you will be able to separate the weak from the strong," Doyle told Business First. For more, read the full story.