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From analysts Tim Rezvan and Truman Hobbs of Sterne Agee:
May 2, 2013
CHESAPEAKE ENERGY CORP. (NYSE: CHK) RATING: UNDERPERFORM
Price Target: $20.00
Analysts: Tim Rezvan, CFA / Truman Hobbs
Expense Initiatives Improve Earnings Outlook, But Asset Sale Uncertainty and Gas Hedges Remain '13 Headwinds.
CHK continues to drive efficiencies with its drilling program, reporting strong 1Q results and providing bullish expense guidance. However, enthusiasm for incremental upside to 2013 CF (our new estimates suggest +$0.4B change to 2013 CF) should be measured, given a $4B funding gap in 2013 that remains half-filled. With a large sale of undeveloped leasehold in its best oil play necessary to avoid further leverage (net debt-to-TTM EBITDA of 3.3x), we reiterate our Underperform rating.