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Maverick Drilling and Exploration Ltd

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Maverick Drilling and Exploration Limited is a diversified oil company with existing oil production and reserves focusing on the development of drilling prospects. The Company’s principal activities include operating oil and gas leases on the Blue Ridge Dome, Boling Dome and Nash Dome, Texas; development of oil and gas leases, and shallow to mid-range onshore contract oil and gas drilling in the Gulf Coast region of the United States. Blue Ridge Dome is a piercement... continued
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Maverick Drilling and Exploration Ltd
Maverick Drilling and Exploration Limited is a diversified oil company with existing oil production and reserves focusing on the development of drilling prospects. The Company’s principal activities include operating oil and gas leases on the Blue Ridge Dome, Boling Dome and Nash Dome, Texas; development of oil and gas leases, and shallow to mid-range onshore contract oil and gas drilling in the Gulf Coast region of the United States. Blue Ridge Dome is a piercement type salt dome located just south of Houston, Texas in the United States. Boling Dome is a shallow salt dome in areal extent in the Gulf Coast region. It is also engaged in the identification and internal development of new oil prospects. Revenues from external customers are derived from the sale of oil to the crude oil gatherer, the provision of contract drilling services to customers in the Gulf Coast Region of the United States and the sale of turnkey joint development wells to Gulf South Holdings Inc.

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