Read the entire article here.Cheasapeake, the No. 1 player in the Utica shale, has been going after lucrative natural gas liquids: ethane, butane and propane, in addition to natural gas and oil. It has more than 1.2 million acres leased in Ohio.The Utica shale is not a place "where we are going to probably see a huge amount of oil production growth," he said Tuesday at an investor conference. "And to the extent the oil works, it will be with some other companies."A Chesapeake spokesman told the Wall Street Journal: "For the time being, we are pleased to let other companies commit their capital to the oil window" of the Utica shale.
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