Chesapeake Is Done with Natural Gas Vehicles

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The following video is from Thursday's Digging for Value in which host Alison Southwick and Motley Fool energy analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman dive deep into top stories for today's energy sector investors.

In this segment, Joel takes a look at Chesapeake Energy's decision to move away from natural gas vehicles. He tells investors about the shifts within the company that led to its abandonment of an industry that it once fully backed, and takes a look at where the company is focused today.

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