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Chris D. Tesarski, Executive Chairman and CEO, Issues "Letter of Progress to Shareholders" on the Belize Project, the Colorado Acquisition, and More.
Chris D. Tesarski, Executive Chairman and CEO, States that "September 1, 2014 Marks the Beginning of a New Chapter in the History TREATY Energy"
Chris D. Tesarski, Executive Chairman, Appointed CEO of the Company; Rana Ghosh and Andrew L. Kramer Appointed Directors, Carl McCutcheon appointed Special Advisor
Under the Farmout Agreement with Aquinas Energy Resources, Contract is Signed to do Seismic Survey on the Belle Wisdom South Lease in the Salt Dome Area of Brazoria County, Texas; Four Wells will be Drilled up to 5,000ft Depth Under this Initial Farmout Agreement with Anticipated Yield of 100 BOPD per Well
Four Wells will be Drilled up to 5,000ft Depth Under this Initial Farmout Agreement with Anticipated Yield of 100 BOPD per Well; Leases are in the Damon Salt Dome Area of Brazoria County, Texas; Texas Sands Resources to be the Operator
Four Wells up to 5,000 ft Depth to be Drilled Under the Initial Farmout Program with Anticipated Yield of 100 BOPD Per Well; Leases are in the Damon Salt Dome Area of Brazoria County, Texas
Attorney Andrew Kramer will Lead Search for Qualified Directors to Build a Strong Seven Member Board; Other Activities will include Business Counseling, Compliance, Regulatory and Litigation Matters
John Bell, Formerly of ARCO Oil and Gas Co., to Oversee Treaty's Oil and Gas Assets as Recommended by Inspire Energy Services
Treaty has Retained Inspire Energy Services of Houston to Conduct a Review of its Oil & Gas Operations, Business Strategy and Leadership Needs for the Future
Revenues Up 34% to $221,984 (YTD 2013); Net Income $27,321; Total Expenses Down 11.51%; General and Administrative Costs Decreased 90.7% for Q3
Treaty Energy Announces Plans to Expand and Drill Three Wells in the Immediate Future on the Kubacak Lease with up to Thirteen Wells Planned; Provides Material Updates in East Texas and Belize
Revenue for the First Six Months of 2013 was $142,662, up 50.8% from the Six Months of Prior Year; Operating Expenses Cut $250,008 as compared to Same Period the Prior Year; Sales on Oil and Gas Properties in Second Quarter Results Show Net Gain of $130,661
Wholly Owned Drilling Subsidiary Will Drill and Complete Approximately 500 Wells in Louisiana Starting November 6, 2013
Drilling Contractors Have Cased and Cemented the Stockton #2 Well; The Company has Initiated Plans to Increase Drilling Activity Based on Positive Results
Drilling Has Begun on the Stockton #2 and #3 Wells; Drilling on the Stockton #2 Well Currently at 2,000ft.
Treaty Energy Completed and Signed All Drilling Contracts and Pre-Geology Work for Two New Wells; Expects Drilling to Begin by September 25, 2013.
Revenue for the First Three Months of 2013 was $138,617, up 58.9% from $57,016 Revenue in First Three Months of 2012; Additional Paid in Capital increased to $21.8 Million at March 31, 2013, up 125% from $9.7 Million at March 31, 2012
Treaty Energy Purchases the Stockton #1 Well for $75,000 and Announces Plans to Reperforate and Rework the Well
The Company Sells Ten of Eleven Marginal Well Leases in West Texas for $550,000 as Part of the Company's Long Term Re-Organization Strategy
Successful Work Over Expands Production to Three Wells on the Mitchell Lease Following Acquisition of Working Interest Assignment from US Fuels of Breckenridge, Texas
Treaty Energy Will Drill Two Fully Financed Offset Wells to the Successful Mitchell #4 Well
Mitchell #3 Well Listed at an Initial Production Rate of 53 Barrels of Oil per Day, Mitchell #4 is Perforated and Undergoing Completion Work
Treaty Energy Plans to Immediately Re-Enter the First of Five Wells on the Standard Lease in Taylor County and Expects a High Rate of Success Based on New Well Log Data and Historical Information.
Treaty Energy has Entered into a Binding Letter of Intent to Explore and Drill Five Leases that Cover 1,830 Acres
Treaty Energy Makes Managerial Changes to Better Streamline Operations in Belize and to Restart Drilling Operations on San Juan #3 after Supreme Court Ordered Injunction against the Government of Belize
Treaty Energy is Making Certain Managerial and Operational Changes in Order to Streamline its Separate Business Segments
Treaty Energy has Arranged with TNC Energy, LLC of Woodward, Oklahoma, to Drill 21 Wells to Include a 9- Deep Well Project and a 12-Shallow Well Project
San Juan Prospect Update