Colorado-based Antero Resources Corp. made a profit of $941 million on revenues of nearly $4 billion in 2015.

That is an increase from the profit of $674 million made in 2014 by the company, one of the biggest players in Ohio’s Utica Shale.

The company outlined its 2015 finances in an earnings call on Thursday  with analysts and the media.

The company reported a fourth quarter 2015 profit of $158 million on revenues of $905 million or 57 cents per share. That compares to $607 million or $2.32 per share in 2014.

The company is pleased with initial 60-day results from its first Utica Shale well in West Virginia, officials said. The well in Tyler County that is 11,409 feet deep is producing about 20 million cubic feet of natural gas per day in a controlled release.

The company had reported earlier on 2015 production and 2016 drilling plans in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.