Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) struggled through a tough 2012 as the company received a 30% haircut in share price. The good news for investors is that 2013 holds more promise with new leadership and a focused approach on lowering the company's financial leverage. Chesapeake maintains a prominent position in 10 of the 15 top shale plays in North America, and plans on focusing solely on oil-heavy assets on its way to increasing its liquids growth by 27% in 2013. Check out the video below for three key opportunities investors need to watch out for.
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