Bill Thomas detailed how the shale leader is getting even better during the downturn.
The company hasn't exactly been a cash-generating machine, but it has continued to pay shareholders.
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The oil and gas driller made solid progress during the quarter.
Lower gas volumes and commodity prices had a slight impact on the energy giant's second-quarter results, but it continued to add more projects to its already massive backlog.