Posted by Admin | July 7th, 2012

Due to pressure from the Environmental Protection Agency, as well as concerted efforts by different state and local groups, some cities are beginning to scale back on the amount of drilling they will allow by energy companies. Jason Halek and Halek Energy Partners saw this trend taking place, and decided to take a proactive approach to the situation. Rather than waiting until ordinances were in place to curtail the number of drilling sites, Jason Halek and Halek Energy Partners decided to consult with geologists, engineers, and a host of other industry professionals.

Jason Halek and Halek Energy Partners had one goal in mind when they began their consultations. They knew that if there were fewer sites available to be drilled, it was imperative that every site be the most efficient and productive site around. Therefore, by taking the information gathered from the industry experts, Jason Halek and Halek Energy Partners were able to create a new drilling technique that allows a site to actually recover any reserves that other companies once viewed as being “impossible” to recover.

Naturally, Jason Halek and Halek Energy Partners are not resting on their laurels. As Jason Halek puts it, “We will never quit until we have the best wells with the highest production numbers and the highest recovery factors in every country, every county, and every state in which we do business.”

Whatever the future might hold for Halek and Halek Energy Partners, it is obvious that it will be innovative and efficient.

Additional Resources:

Jason Halek :: Article on Companydatanow.com

Jason Halek :: Listed on Corporatedataengine.com

Jason Halek :: Article on Corporatesyncweb.com

Jason Halek :: Information on Corpstateinc.com

Jason Halek :: Listed on Enteryourprofile.com