Chesapeake Energy Corp. produced as much as 1,425 barrels a day of oil and petroleum liquids at one of its first four wells in Ohios Utica Shale
Yeah, I wonder what Day #2 and #3 were like. I know enough about the geology of the Northeast to be dangerous. From what I remember of the Utica, it is the equivalent to the Sylvan Shale of the Mid-Continent and Permian Basin. In those areas, it is thin and not much of a source rock. If if does work as they advertise, their stock should double in the next few months.