- May 3, 2012 - SPICEWOOD, Texas --
Austin, TX – May 3, 2012- Texas Energy Group, LLC (TEG), along with its affiliate operating company Resaca Resources, LLC (Resaca), announces the new “School of Rocks” Educational Program, which offers an inside look at what it takes to explore and develop oil and gas drilling prospects. The first official seminar took place on April 17-18 at the company’s Geophysical Office located in Port Aransas, Texas.
“We truly believe that a smart investor is an educated investor,” stated Waylan Johnson. He further stated, “We place huge emphasis on making sure that our investors are well aware of what goes into generating our prospects and understanding not only the potential rewards associated with oil and gas drilling, but also the risks.”
During this two day trip to Port Aransas, Texas, participants are able to meet with Senior Geologists and Engineers and gain a ground floor experience and understanding of the industry and what goes into generating oil and gas drilling prospects. The goal of this course is to provide its participants with a basic skill set needed to make well-informed and educated decisions about oil and gas drilling investments.
For further information regarding topics discussed in this article please contact Texas Energy Group, LLC directly via their Investor Relations Department; (877) 893-6749 or visit them on the web at www.TexasEnergyGroup.com.
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