The outlook for the company’s debt restructuring effort is teetering. Shares of Chesapeake Energy Corp. slid almost six percent in premarket trading on Monday, after the company added a going concern warning back into its 10-Q quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It has been less than three months since the company initially removed the warning from its annual report. “We expect to see continued volatility in oil and natural gas prices for the foreseeable future, and such volatility, combined with the current depressed prices has impacted and is expected to continue to adversely impact our business,” the company stated in the filing. “If the current depressed prices persist, combined with the scheduled reductions in the leverage ratio covenant and an expected significant reduction in our borrowing base in our scheduled determination, then our liquidity and our ability to comply with our financial covenants during the next […]