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Friday, September 16, 2011

Chesapeake Uses It's Resources To Help Flooded Athens, PA Flood Cleanup

Chesapeake Energy pitches in to help with Valley flood reliefLink
Star Gazette

One by one, dump trucks, front-end loaders, skid steers and dozens of volunteers from Chesapeake Energy and its subsidiaries rolled into Athens.

They were there Wednesday to lend a hand to their neighbors in need.

By noon, there were 50 dump trucks, as many loaders, and several water trucks combing the flood-ravaged neighborhoods near South Main Street.

Chesapeake employees dressed in blue T-shirts, mud boots, safety goggles, rubber gloves and masks, were ready to take on the messy task of cleaning up the debris. More...


Terry Wankel said...

Glad to hear. I hope other companies take this as an example.

Anonymous said...

Gonna be a long road to recovery for our State.

Anonymous said...

Damn them drillers their no good! Oh their helping those drillers are great!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Terry Wankel could lead us by his example.

Anonymous said...

It's nice they will help the needy in a flood zone but will screw the people over that they ruin their water with there drilling... Don't be fooled and don't be so quick to pat them on the back.

Anonymous said...

Chesapeake always 'steps up' to help, . Thanks Chesapeake, you are good people

Anonymous said...

What have you done to help the flood victims?

Chesapeake had equipment and personnel helping the Athens folks all week long, not just the one day listed in this article.

Maybe you should do more to pat these fine people on the backs rather than question the companies integrity.

Anonymous said...

i think all that these drilling rig guys are wonderful they are hard workers just like you and i they bring money to our businesses and community they are always there to help someone in need and if it werent for them these little towns would have been shut down by now. stop judging people who are in the oil field by what you hear and read be thankful they were there to help.THANK YOU TO ALL THE OIL FIELD WORKERS OUT THERE!!!!

coho said...

Chesapeake is great!!!! God bless you, each and everyone of you.