Since 1977 Ocean Pacific Capital has provided oil & gas industry clients with customized oil & gas joint venture solutions to solve challenges and meet financial goals. Our dedicated team of energy specialists understand the unique challenges facing oil professionals in today's lower priced market.
Our clients range from early stage operators who have little or no existing production and are seeking an oil & gas joint venture to drill wells, re-work existing wells or acquire production, to larger established oil companies with significant existing production that are seeking a joint venture partner for additional acquisitions or to replace existing debt.
Please contact us right away and our team together with our strategic partners will quickly assess your situation and can move quickly to structure an oil & gas joint venture drilling program and/ or joint venture acquisition that will create high levels of mutual value.
At the current time we are considering all oil & gas opportunities domestic and abroad.
Don't hesitate to call us today.
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