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For over 31 years, Ocean Pacific Capital offers a nationwide lending advisory approach to managing your tract financing. If you are looking to finance the construction of a new tract, finance the purchasing of an existing tract, or to refinance a current tract; we will help you analyze your financial situation and help you obtain the tract financing to suit your needs.

With our vast experience in the financing industry, we offer flexible financing options consisting of variable and fixed interest rates, different periods of loan repayment, and loan amounts up to $200 million plus.

Big or small, our financing options are available to all types of tracts. Our passion and goal is to help you understand the loan and financing options available to them as well as the costs and benefits. See what kind of tract financing we can do for you today. Give us a call at 1-800-595-1474.


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Daily Oil & Gas and Wall Street Journal News
11/17/19

Oil Prices Higher for the Week
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

WTI and Brent finished higher Friday, also showing week-on-week increases.

Shell Traders Rake In $1B Profit in Fuel Oil Market
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

Royal Dutch Shell Plc has made $1 billion from trading fuel oil this year, making it one of the standout winners from rules designed to make the shipping industry greener.

US Drops Eleven Oil, Gas Rigs
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

The U.S. dropped 10 oil rigs and one gas rig for a net loss of 11 rigs this week, according to data from Baker Hughes Company.

BHP Names New CEO
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

Australian miner BHP has appointed Mike Henry as its new CEO and executive director.

Jennings Returning to CEO Role at HollyFrontier
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

Michael Jennings previously served as HollyFrontier's CEO from 2011 to 2016.

Brazil FPSO Starts Production
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

This photo, released in September of this year, shows the newly completed P-68 FPSO at the EJA shipyard in Aracruz, Brazil. PHOTO SOURCE: Sembcorp Marine

Russia Makes More Money from OPEC+ Deal than Saudis
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

Russia has earned more money this year from the OPEC+ deal than Saudi Arabia.

Equinor Buys Inspection Services for Over $380MM
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

Equinor has chosen suppliers for inspection services on all its offshore installations on the Norwegian continental shelf and onshore plants in Norway.

3D Printing On Track to Become Vital in Oil and Gas
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

3D printing is on track to become a vital component within oil and gas, according to data and analytics company GlobalData.

Saipem to Consider Combining with Subsea 7
Posted on Thursday November 14, 2019

Saipem is considering a combination with rival Subsea 7 to create a larger European oil services provider, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Wall Street Journal
Commercial News

11/17/19

WSJ.com: US Business

FAA Weighs Altering Plane Approvals After MAX Crashes
U.S. air-safety regulators are considering ways to alter fundamentally how they certify aircraft in the wake of Boeing?s 737 MAX crisis, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration said in an interview.

J&J Rapidly Tested Its Baby Powder After Asbestos Finding---and the Results Were Complicated
Johnson & Johnson rushed to announce its famous baby powder contained no asbestos after the Food and Drug Administration triggered a recall last month?but results of J&J?s tests weren?t cut and dried.

HP Rejects Xerox Offer but Remains Open to a Deal
HP rejected a $33 billion takeover offer from Xerox as too low, but the PC and printer maker made clear it is interested in discussing a deal to combine with its smaller rival.

Yahoo Japan and Chat App Line Agree to Merge
Internet portal Yahoo Japan and chat app Line said they have a basic agreement to merge in a deal that includes buying out Line?s minority shareholders.

NFL, MLB Players Tie Up With Private Equity
Professional football and baseball players are teaming up with a private-equity firm in an unprecedented deal to amp up revenue generated from the use of their likenesses and invest it.

One Explanation for Weak Wage Growth: Workers' Reluctance to Switch Jobs
Fewer workers switching jobs may explain why wages have been rising only slowly and inflation staying low, despite low unemployment, some economists say.

Europe's New Jobs Lack Old Guarantees---Stoking Workers' Discontent
Unemployment in Europe is at its lowest level in a generation. Yet workers complain about jobs without benefits or stability. ?They?re garbage jobs.?

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