With only about 21 percent of anticipated 2010 gas production hedged, Chesapeake Energy (CHK-$28.11) is gambling that an economic recovery will push demand for natural gas – and prices – higher in coming quarters. The largest domestic producer of natural gas currently carries a Ba2 bond rating by Moody’s. Higher energy prices, however, could change the company’s credit rating picture…. Continue Reading at BNET Energy….
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