Second Quarter 2024 Earnings Call - August 1, 2024 - 9:00 AM MT


We are Appalachia's Exploration and Production Experts

Operating in the rugged, wind-swept Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia and Ohio, Antero has access to two of the largest shale plays in North America. With over 500,000 largely contiguous acres in the core of the Marcellus and Utica shales, Antero can drill repeatable, horizontal wells with small step-outs, generating predictable operating performance at lower costs and enhanced drilling efficiencies.

Antero Resources Areas of Operation

This map shows where Antero Resources operates in the US. All states that Antero does not operate in are gray. Antero's Headquarters is in Denver, Colorado. The map shows Colorado in green. Antero operates two shales - The Marcellus Shale and the Utica Shale. Operations for these shales take place in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania - which appear in green on this map.

The Marcellus Shale

The U.S.'s largest and most prolific unconventional natural gas reservoir

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The Utica Shale

Operating in the richest part of the Utica Shale

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Energy for the Global Market

Providing Clean Energy for the World's Most Vulnerable People

LNG Cargoes

In 2022, Antero Resouces was responsible for the equivalent of 104 cargoes of LNG being sent to international markets.


In 2022, approximately 25% of LNG volumes that were exported went to developing countries. 

LPG cargoes

In 2022, 24 million barrels of Antero Resource's LPG volumes were shipped to international markets. 

Antero Resources' 2022 LNG and LPG Cargo Destinations

Antero in Your Community

Antero in Your Community

By building partnerships with local communities, Antero seeks to become one of the leading producers in West Virginia and Ohio.

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Partnering with Local Land Owners

Partnering with Local Land Owners

Antero seeks to be a trusted member of the communities where we operate. We bring hundreds of jobs to West Virginia and Ohio, contribute to local and state tax revenue, and pay royalties and surface owner bonuses to mineral and landowners.

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