Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) announced today the following ongoing, upcoming and completed roadwork projects in Bradford and Sullivan counties to improve regional transportation infrastructure. These projects are part of Chesapeake's ongoing commitment to responsible development of the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania. Chesapeake has invested more than $300 million since 2010 repairing and rebuilding more than 450 miles of road infrastructure in northern Pennsylvania and expects to invest $25 million this year upgrading approximately 56 miles of state roads and another $15 million on township roads:

BRADFORD COUNTY:

SR187, 8 miles - Terry and Wilmot townships from the Wyalusing bridge to the Wyoming County line.

Drainage work and base repairs are scheduled the week of July 30 - Aug. 3.

SR2005 (Panther Lick Rd.), 1.3 miles - Wilmot Township from SR2009 to Douglass Rd. Paving is

scheduled to begin Aug. 2.

SR2006, 1.3 miles - Wilmot Township from Route 187 to SR2001 (Sugar Hill Rd.). Road-base

stabilization is scheduled for July 30 through Aug. 3.SR2010 (Wyalusing to New Albany Rd.).

SULLIVAN COUNTY:

SR4024 (Litzelman Rd.), .8 mile - Cherry Township from Route 220 to Toursher Rd. Road-base stabilization is scheduled to begin on July 30.

Submitted by Chesapeake Energy Corporation