Chesapeake Energy Operating Income 2006-2019 | CHK

Chesapeake Energy operating income from 2006 to 2019. Operating income can be defined as income after operating expenses have been deducted and before interest payments and taxes have been deducted.
Chesapeake Energy Annual Operating Income
(Millions of US $)
2018 $882
2017 $1,139
2016 $-4,411
2015 $-18,919
2014 $3,477
2013 $2,069
2012 $-1,694
2011 $2,921
2010 $2,805
2009 $-8,945
2008 $1,457
2007 $2,650
2006 $3,413
2005 $1,773
Chesapeake Energy Quarterly Operating Income
(Millions of US $)
Q2 2019 $278
Q1 2019 $-182
Q4 2018 $720
Q3 2018 $280
Q2 2018 $-160
Q1 2018 $42
Q4 2017 $405
Q3 2017 $94
Q2 2017 $399
Q1 2017 $241
Q4 2016 $-295
Q3 2016 $-1,234
Q2 2016 $-1,783
Q1 2016 $-1,099
Q4 2015 $-2,919
Q3 2015 $-5,453
Q2 2015 $-5,507
Q1 2015 $-5,040
Q4 2014 $960
Q3 2014 $1,174
Q2 2014 $610
Q1 2014 $733
Q4 2013 $249
Q3 2013 $436
Q2 2013 $1,167
Q1 2013 $217
Q4 2012 $756
Q3 2012 $-3,194
Q2 2012 $738
Q1 2012 $6
Q4 2011 $737
Q3 2011 $1,483
Q2 2011 $985
Q1 2011 $-284
Q4 2010 $329
Q3 2010 $817
Q2 2010 $447
Q1 2010 $1,212
Q4 2009 $-713
Q3 2009 $397
Q2 2009 $424
Q1 2009 $-9,053
Q4 2008 $-1,384
Q3 2008 $5,478
Q2 2008 $-2,533
Q1 2008 $-104
Q4 2007 $613
Q3 2007 $715
Q2 2007 $836
Q1 2007 $486
Q4 2006 $835
Q3 2006 $953
Q2 2006 $673
Q1 2006 $952
Q4 2005 $774
Q3 2005 $336
Q2 2005 $425
Q1 2005 $238
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - US Exploration and Production $2.109B $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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