Seisma Oil Research, LLC Introduces The 2nd In A Series of Vintage News Reports on Their Exclusive Drilling Partner Evans Energy (E2)Press release October 6, 2008 Energy & Environment
In today's global business community it is not only important what image a company projects and how their reputation may be perceived, but the same holds true for those companies they consider to be their strategic partners and team players.
The 2nd in a series of 6.
In today's global business community it is not only important what image a company projects and how their reputation may be perceived, but the same holds true for those companies they consider to be their strategic partners and team players. Seisma Oil Research, LLC knows this and that is why they have aligned themselves with only the best industry partners they can find. Ones who have long track records of success, and reputations for getting the job done, on time and with the greatest ROI possible. One of Seisma's most valued partners is Evans Energy (E2). Evans Energy (2), of Laurel, Mississippi, is their exclusive drilling partner.
Evans Energy (2) has been operating in the Gulf States Region for over two decades and have drilled over 400 successful wells in that time. As evidenced by this, the second of six vintage news articles about E2, Lavon Evans, Jr. and his team of professionals historically get it right.
Recently Justin Solomon, President and Managing Partner of Seisma Oil Research, had this to say about Lavon and E2: "Most independent oil companies must contract their drilling to unaffiliated third parties that have no vested interest in hitting the well. Many drillers receive bonuses for how fast they finish a well. An environment like that can create havoc on sensitive areas down hole and can ruin an otherwise strong prospect. With Evans Energy as a partner, we can be assured that great care will go into drilling our wells. We know Lavon Evans personally and know that he will treat our wells like his very own."
It takes years of experience and on the job know-how to consistently deliver and produce. Both Seisma and Evans have that.
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