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Chesapeake selects Nabors to be US drilling contractor

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Chesapeake Energy Corp. and Nabors Industries Ltd. will enter into a contractual agreement that establishes Nabors as the new preferred drilling contractor for Chesapeake across its unconventional oil and natural gas assets in the US.

Roi Lam, Chesapeake's Vice President – Drilling, said, "Operating safely, efficiently, and responsibly is core to Chesapeake's commitment to leading a responsible energy future, and we look forward to partnering with Nabors to drive further improvements across our drilling program."

Anthony G. Petrello, Nabors Chairman, CEO and President, said, "We aim to innovate the future of energy and it is through relationships and collaborations that we will achieve our ambition. We are excited to work alongside Chesapeake to achieve their technology goals. We will continue to push the envelope and develop new solutions that further empower real-time decisions aimed at improving safety, efficiency and our customers' environmental footprint."

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