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We feel on a conservative estimate there is an additional 150,000 barrels and 2-3 bcf of gas to be recovered from this lease," Gouger added.
There is no substitute for experience in the Oil and Gas business," said Tom Gouger, President of Texas Oil and Minerals, Inc.
The existing Court Precinct on the corner of Gouger Street and King William Road and the large site occupied by the Supreme Court is a substantial area of land which is underutilised and represents a fantastic development opportunity, he said.
In a salute to Military Appreciation Month, Gouger acknowledges this special time of year.
Richard Gouger, Retired National Technical Manager for ICI Americas, Rod Parker, Director and Senior Vice President, International Agricultural Services, Ltd.
pk) is pleased to announce that CEO and President Tom Gouger has issued the following statement concerning TOMI:
In a statement issued on the AVS Forum, Alan Gouger said, "Using the $200 Bravo D1 DVD player (configured for 720p DVI output) with a Seleco 300+ DLP projector and 9' wide screen provided an accurate, smooth, film-like image.
PINKSHEETS: TOMI) is pleased to announce that CEO and President Tom Gouger has issued the following statement concerning TOMI:
Kay Beran (CRB, CRS, PCIM, GRI),president, Prudential Gouger O'Neal & Saunders Real Estate in Southern Pines, N.
WHEN they banned him for six months and labelled him a gouger Dylan Hartley knew he had two choices.
It's no secret that every gouger in the country has tried his hand at securing free legal representation.
SOUTH AFRICA coach Peter de Villiers last night defended gouger Schalk Burger and said people who don't like rugby's physicality should take up ballet.
Tom Gouger, CEO of Texas Oil and Minerals, stated that "the Company has been working diligently with OTC Markets and Finra to ensure transparency to its shareholders and comply with market standards.
LION gouger Schalk Burger was this morning handed an eight-week ban for his attack on the eyes of Irish wing Luke Fitzgerald during the Battle of Pretoria.
The biggest price gouger in this entire crisis has been the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, which was generating electricity for $51 per megawatt hour and selling it back to California ratepayers for as much as $1,400.