TransAtlantic Petroleum Announces Joint Agreement in Turkey
February 18, 2014
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Feb. 18, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TransAtlantic Petroleum Ltd. (TSX:TNP) (NYSE:TAT) (the "Company" or "TransAtlantic") today announced that it has entered into a farmout agreement with Onshore Petroleum Company AS ("Onshore"), a private oil and gas company based in Oslo, Norway.
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NexLube welcomed U.S. Rep Kathy Castor
November 6, 2013
Recently, NexLube welcomed U.S. Rep Kathy Castor as she visited the NexLube Port of Tampa construction site and conveyed her positive reinforcement for oil recycling.
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Malone Mitchell 3rd Ranks No. 20 in the 2013 Land Report
October 8, 2013
Malone Mitchell 3rd Ranks Number 20 in the 2013 Land Report 100 Largest Landowners in the United States.
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NexLube Nominated for 2013 Start Up Small Business of the Year Award
May 23, 2013
The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce annouces NexLube as one of the semifinalists for the 2013 Start Up Small Business of the Year Award.
Nikki's Swirl Shoppe Harlem Shake
April 20, 2013
Nikki's Swirl Shoppe customer's participate in dance contest.
NexLube is Under Construction
February 1, 2013
NexLube Tampa is under construction to build the first of its kind oil recycling facility at the Port of Tampa.
Riata Corporate Group's court yard is featured in Landscape Architect Magazine.
December 8, 2012
Riata Corporate Group's beautiful court yard is featured in Landscape Architect Magazine.
NexLube Announces An Oil Recycling Facility
June 6, 2012
NexLube Tampa announces an oil recycling facility at the Port of Tampa after signing a 20-year lease with Tamp Port Authority.
Longfellow Energy's Nemaha Project
May 6, 2012
Longfellow Energy and GS Global sign oil deal
Longfellow partnered with three South Korean firms in May 2012 to jointly develop Longfellow’s Nemaha Project in Central Oklahoma. Drilling on the project, which covers more than 75,000 gross acres, began in early 2012 and targets the Mississippian Limestone and Woodford Shale formations. To develop the project, Longfellow drills the wells “horizontally.” The wells are first drilled vertically for about 6,500 feet, then, once the well enters the productive formation, horizontally for about 4,200 feet. After drilling a well, it is fracture stimulated and placed into production. Ultimately, the Nemaha Project could support more than 500 wells and produce more than 150 million barrels of oil equivalent.