Once the second-largest U.S. natural gas producer, Chesapeake was felled by a long slide in gas prices. The company is "resetting our business to emerge a stronger and more competitive enterprise," according to the email to employees by Chief Executive Doug Lawler dated Tuesday, and reviewed by Reuters. Most of the 220 layoffs will happen at the Oklahoma City headquarters, the email said.
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Williams' (WMB) midstream contract with Chesapeake (CHKAQ) gets approved by the court for the latter's bankruptcy restructuring process.