What to Consider When Choosing a New Oil Field

What to Consider When Choosing a New Oil Field

Choosing the optimum oil drilling location is certainly not a straightforward process. Extensive planning is involved. It also requires various scientific parties to collaborate and, ultimately, a great deal of patience. There are multiple factors that need to be considered. Geology, costs, the presence of infrastructure, proof of prior development,…

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Henry Berry is a director at Tristone Holdings, an energy company based in the U.K. with a primary focus in the U.S. It finds, develops and produces essential sources of energy and its portfolio includes high-quality conventional oil and natural gas assets in the top U.S. onshore plays. Currently, it is raising capital to acquire and expand its energy base, specifically in the oil and gas sector. For more information visit tristoneholdings.com

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