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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
9/19/20

Wellesley Petroleum drills dry hole in North Sea PL 829
Posted on Friday September 18, 2020

Wellesley Petroleum AS drilled a dry hole in North Sea production license 829, about 75 km north of Gjøa field and 60 km northwest of Florø in 211 m of water.

Vintage completes Vali development concept
Posted on Thursday September 17, 2020

The Vintage Energy Ltd.-led joint venture in southwest Queensland Cooper basin permit ATP 2021 completed the development concept for Vali gas field.

BW Energy plans Hibiscus-Ruche development via converted jack up
Posted on Wednesday September 16, 2020

BW Energy provided an alternative development plan for Hibiscus-Ruche, in the Dussafu Marin permit and associated Ruche Exclusive Exploitation Area offshore Gabon.

Theia Energy moves Great Sandy Desert exploration project forward
Posted on Monday August 31, 2020

Theia Energy has entered a land use agreement with the Karajarri Traditional Lands Association enabling the company to move forward with its unconventional oil and gas exploration plans in the onshore Canning basin permit EP 493.

Triangle placement and share purchase plan to fund Cliff Head work
Posted on Thursday August 27, 2020

Triangle Energy (Global) Ltd., Perth, has raised $2.2 million (Aus.) through a share placement and intends to raise a further $1 million via a share purchase plan to current shareholders.

Wall Street Journal
Commercial News

9/19/20

WSJ.com: US Business

U.S. Bans Chinese Apps TikTok and WeChat, Citing Security Concerns
The Trump administration will begin restricting downloads and use of popular Chinese-owned apps TikTok and WeChat late Sunday, in a move U.S. officials said arose from national security concerns but which drew objections for impinging on free-speech rights.

Judge to Hear Arguments on Trump's WeChat Restrictions
A California federal judge will hear arguments Friday as part of an emergency push to delay enforcement of President Trump?s order placing restrictions on the app WeChat.

WeChat Ban Rattles Chinese Communities in U.S.
Many Chinese-Americans and U.S. businesses with a largely Chinese clientele say they rely on WeChat as their primary tool for keeping in touch with people in China and in Chinese communities throughout the world.

Companies' New Back-to-Work Dilemma: Who Returns First?
Employers use algorithms and dashboards as they navigate liability concerns and bruised egos.

The Incredible Shrinking GM: Mary Barra Bets That Smaller Is Better
The CEO streamlined a company that for decades reigned as the world?s largest auto maker. Now, she is readying for the next big bet: electric cars.

Jobless Rates in Northeast, West Are Highest in Nation
Unemployment rates in regions across the U.S. moved down this summer after peaking in April, when the coronavirus first triggered widespread lockdowns. Still, jobless rates clocked in above 10% in 10 states.

Fed Issues New Bank Guidance to Improve Main Street Loan Access
The move is a bid to increase loans to small and midsize businesses via the central bank?s program amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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