Natural gas is the America-based energy that fuels the financial engine of Energy Corporation of America (ECA). The company is an exploration and production independent focused on gas exploration in the Rockies, the Appalachian Basin, in Texas, and in New Zealand. ECA holds stakes in 5,000 wells, 5,000 miles of pipeline, and 1 million acres of properties across North America. In New Zealand it owns about 1.6 million acres. One of the largest natural gas operators in the Appalachian Basin, the company has been active in the region for more than 45 years and has more than 10,000 drilling locations there.