Seisma Oil Research, LLC Introduces The 4th In A Series of Vintage News Reports on Their Exclusive Drilling Partner Evans Energy (E2)Press release October 29, 2008 Energy & Environment
Knowing how to exploit a prospect to its fullest potential is crucial to realizing all the profits possible from a leased area. Seisma Oil Research and Evans Energy are in business to find energy. Their goal with every well drilled is to find and maximize production.
October 29, 2008 Boca Raton, FL - Seisma Oil Research, LLC Introduces The 4th In A Series of Vintage News Reports on Their Exclusive Drilling Partner Evans Energy (E2)
The 4th in a series of 6.
Knowing how to exploit a prospect to its fullest potential is crucial to realizing all the profits possible from a leased area. Seisma Oil Research, LLC's industry partner, Evans Energy (E2), has been maximizing their prospects in this manner for a very long time. As evidenced by this vintage news clipping on February 28, 2000 Evans made the news doing just that by drilling in the northeast flank of Kennedy Field in northwestern Alabama's Lamar County.
Seisma Oil Research and Evans Energy are in business to find energy. Their goal with every well drilled is to find and maximize production. Their Geologists extract every bit of data available in order to form the most educated decision possible concerning a well's potential. Seismic, field mapping, known production proximity, historical production, new zone potential and new prospecting technology are all utilized. Evans Energy senior management has been heavily involved in the drilling of 400 wells throughout Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas.
Seisma Oil Research's choice of Evans for an industry partner is predicated on the simple fact that Evans Energy takes great pride in it's beginnings as a contract driller. Today they consider their drilling capabilities and rigs to be the cornerstone of the company's expertise. Evans Energy continuously reviews new drilling techniques and technology in order to ensure drilling success and long-term production.
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