Chesapeake Energy EPS - Earnings per Share 2006-2019 | CHK

Chesapeake Energy eps - earnings per share from 2006 to 2019. Eps - earnings per share can be defined as a company's net earnings or losses attributable to common shareholders per diluted share base, which includes all convertible securities and debt, options and warrants.
Chesapeake Energy Annual EPS
2018 $0.85
2017 $0.90
2016 $-6.43
2015 $-22.26
2014 $1.87
2013 $0.73
2012 $-1.46
2011 $2.32
2010 $2.51
2009 $-9.57
2008 $0.93
2007 $2.63
2006 $4.35
2005 $2.51
Chesapeake Energy Quarterly EPS
Q3 2019 $-0.06
Q2 2019 $0.05
Q1 2019 $-0.03
Q4 2018 $1.35
Q3 2018 $-0.19
Q2 2018 $-0.30
Q1 2018 $-0.01
Q4 2017 $0.40
Q3 2017 $-0.05
Q2 2017 $0.47
Q1 2017 $0.08
Q4 2016 $-0.64
Q3 2016 $-1.62
Q2 2016 $-2.51
Q1 2016 $-1.66
Q4 2015 $-3.19
Q3 2015 $-7.08
Q2 2015 $-6.27
Q1 2015 $-5.72
Q4 2014 $0.85
Q3 2014 $0.26
Q2 2014 $0.22
Q1 2014 $0.54
Q4 2013 $-0.19
Q3 2013 $0.24
Q2 2013 $0.66
Q1 2013 $0.02
Q4 2012 $0.55
Q3 2012 $-3.19
Q2 2012 $1.29
Q1 2012 $-0.11
Q4 2011 $0.73
Q3 2011 $1.23
Q2 2011 $0.68
Q1 2011 $-0.32
Q4 2010 $0.25
Q3 2010 $0.75
Q2 2010 $0.37
Q1 2010 $1.14
Q4 2009 $-0.63
Q3 2009 $0.30
Q2 2009 $0.39
Q1 2009 $-9.63
Q4 2008 $-1.24
Q3 2008 $5.62
Q2 2008 $-3.16
Q1 2008 $-0.29
Q4 2007 $0.40
Q3 2007 $0.72
Q2 2007 $1.01
Q1 2007 $0.50
Q4 2006 $0.96
Q3 2006 $1.13
Q2 2006 $0.82
Q1 2006 $1.44
Q4 2005 $1.20
Q3 2005 $0.43
Q2 2005 $0.52
Q1 2005 $0.36
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - US Exploration and Production $1.542B $10.231B
Chesapeake Energy Corporation is the second-largest producer of natural gas, a Top 15 producer of oil and natural gas liquids and the most active driller of new wells in the U.S. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, the company's operations are focused on discovering and developing unconventional natural gas and oil fields onshore in the U.S. Chesapeake owns leading positions in the Marcellus, Haynesville, Bossier, and Barnett natural gas shale plays and in the Eagle Ford, Utica, Mississippi Lime, Granite Wash, Cleveland, Tonkawa, Niobrara, Bone Spring, Avalon, Wolfcamp and Wolfberry unconventional liquids plays. The company has also vertically integrated its operations and owns substantial marketing, midstream and oilfield services businesses directly and indirectly through its subsidiaries Chesapeake Energy Marketing, Inc., Chesapeake Midstream Development, L.P. and Chesapeake Oilfield Services, L.L.C. and its affiliate Chesapeake Midstream Partners, L.P.
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