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Chesapeake, Devon aim to boost bottom lines using inclusiveness and diversity programs

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A Chesapeake Energy production pad in its South Texas field, part of the Eagle Ford Shale, is shown. [Provided by Chesapeake Energy]
A Chesapeake Energy production pad in its South Texas field, part of the Eagle Ford Shale, is shown. [Provided by Chesapeake Energy]
Publicly-traded oil and gas companies headquartered in Oklahoma City are among many with inclusion and diversity programs. But at Devon Energy Corp. and Chesapeake Energy Corp., those programs mean much more than developing standards and acceptable behaviors employees are expected to follow. Their programs also aim to build inclusive...
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