Chesapeake's Utica sales signal shale's next phase
Fetching a whopping $15,000 an acre for unproven reserves in the Ohio formation takes shale optimism to a new level. Yet environmental and political resistance to fracking remains strong. Low gas prices don’t offer much reassurance either. This new frontier is still plenty risky.
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