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Ameratex Energy Oil & Gas Services Press Release

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The Ameratex Energy gas supply was significantly above analysts’ expectations.

For ameratex energy oil, a report of rising U.S. crude supplies offset a forecast for higher aluminum demand.
http://pressdoc.com/p/000sc7

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Cracking the Oil and Gas investing code with Ameratex Energy


Investing in Oil & Gas is never easy.

Having the right team on your side to hand-hold you every step of the way is a must. With Ameratex Energy, there is always someone available to answer questions you might have. It’s always good to know the “ins-and-outs” of the industry that you’re investing in.

Doing your own due diligence is also something that you should take into consideration.

After some basic research on oil companies in Texas, Ameratex Energy came to our attention as a highly credible and honest company that is known to go out of their way when it comes to making sure all investors are taken care of at the end of the day. Whether you invest $10,000 or $1,000,000.00, you can always rest assured your investment will be safe, and dividends will be paid.

A recent survey to 575 Oil & Gas investors at Ameratex Energy generated pretty amazing results.

The question was: When will you re-invest in Ameratex Energy?

  • 85.9% said they are likely to invest again in the next 1-3 months.
  • 12.6% say they will definitely invest in the coming 6-12 months.
  • 1.5% said they will wait to invest again.

This clearly shows the mindset of savvy investors, who know that it takes investing money to make money.

On another note, word on the street is that Ameratex Energy CEO gets a $1 dollar/year salary.

Can anyone confirm this?

(Update: Their last investor relations report reflects that salary. Most successful CEO’s opt for no salary… which is a very good example of putting the company and its investors first before their own selfs).

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MASSIVE investment done by AMERATEX ENERGY!

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The fracking drilling technique used to tap shale oil and gas is unlikely to trigger earthquakes, but underground injection of waste water from drilling offers more risks for seismic activity, a new U.S. study said on Friday.

Advances in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, have dramatically increased U.S. oil and gas production from shale formations.

Companies have been moving into the area for the past two years, leasing or buying mineral rights and lining up areas for large drilling horizontal wells.

The drilling is projected to continue for up to 20 years, with thousands of new wells anticipated. While workers from out-of-state companies are drilling the wells now, it’s expected that Texans will be filling the jobs in the future.

SUDDEN AMERATEX MARKET ENERGY WATCH: Oil Prices Inch Up!

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The shale energy boom in North America will lead to an industrial revival in the region while Europe could benefit from a conventional gas glut that will help decouple it from surging global oil prices, according to industry leaders and analysts.

Ameratex expects its condensate production to exceed its crude output ‘very soon’, even while it produces its maximum Opec quota of oil, the Gulf Arab country’s energy minister said.

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Ameratex Energy Texas Railroad Commission Seeks to Modernize Gas Flaring Rules

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Thanks to the exploration and production boom in plays such as the Eagle Ford in South Texas and the Permian Basin in West Texas, the state is now the top natural gas producing state in the United States and the largest natural gas employer with nearly 1.3 million direct and indirect jobs.

However, the rise in natural gas production has resulted in a rise in gas flaring.

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We at Ameratex Energy must proactively address flaring with fair, predictable, common-sense regulations based on science and fact.

 

Ameratex Energy: Diverse Energy MLPs Focus On Unconventional Plays

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A group of coal-mining, upstream and midstream oil and gas companies and shipping companies have one thing in common—they formed master limited partnerships (MLPs) with activities now focused on U.S. unconventional resources, according to speakers at the recently held National Association of Publicly Traded Partnerships in Old Greenwich, Connecticut.

Houston-based Natural Resource Partners LP generates revenue from its ownership and management of mineral-reserve properties such as coal, aggregate and oil and gas reserves. The partnership does not actively engage in mining, but leases its properties to various operators in exchange

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