The Rice Team (Toby and Derek Rice, J. Kyle Derham and William E. Jordan) helped Rice Energy grow into a high performing natural gas producer that generated exceptional returns for its shareholders.

Rice Energy took a decidedly 21st Century approach to producing energy:  it digitally enabled its operations for maximum efficiency, reduced its environmental impact where possible and inspired and empowered our employees.

Now it is time to do the same for EQT.

Since EQT acquired Rice Energy in November 2017, EQT has drastically underperformed its peers and the market. It has failed to realize the promised cost savings and synergies and has not even developed a plan to realize those benefits. Despite its world-class asset base, massive operating scale and the only investment grade rating among its peers, EQT’s stock declined by 47% from the close of the transaction to the time the Rice Team publicly announced their plan for EQT in December 2018.

We need shareholders help to transform EQT.

The Rice Team has nominated seven outstanding candidates for the Board of EQT. Together, they are a cohesive group of experienced professionals united by a comprehensive plan and committed to operational excellence and the modernization of EQT.

Vote on the WHITE UNIVERSAL proxy card for the Rice Team’s seven nominees to help transform EQT.

Transform EQT

Help us transform EQT from a traditional, disorganized, underperforming natural gas company to a data-driven, results-focused energy producer

Transform EQT

Help us transform EQT from a traditional, disorganized, underperforming natural gas company to a data-driven, results-focused energy producer

From the highest cost producer in the Appalachian basin to the lowest

From a siloed, inefficient organization to a functionally-flat, digitally-enabled workforce

From a chaotic, crisis management mentality to a nimble, proactive, planning culture

From significant curtailments and shut-in gas (because of lack of coordination) to no
curtailments

From an organization that practically gave up on innovating to one that leads the basin in science and new approaches to well design and operational execution

From a “promotion by attrition” culture to a merit-based organizational development philosophy

From an uninspired corporate existence to a purpose- and vision-driven organization with employees that share common values

From an underperforming company that had a negative 47% return for shareholders* to a high performing company with sustainable long-term shareholder returns

* From the time of the Rice Energy transaction to the Rice Team’s intervention in late 2018

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