Chesapeake Giving Waterless Fracking a Go in the Utica Shale

From Columbus Business First:
Chesapeake Energy Corp. is partnering with GasFrac Energy Services Inc. to test waterless fracking at one of its Ohio oil wells. 
The most-active driller in the Utica shale play is in the early stages of the test on a Tuscarawas County well, the company confirmed. 
"One of our partners (EV Energy Partners) attempted to use the technology," said Chris Doyle, executive vice president of operations for Chesapeake's northern division. "We're using that technology and we want to test that out and see if it could drive additional value."
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