(PRWEB) March 20, 2005
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 20, 2005 Â Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp of World Financial News Network started coverage and gives favorable analysis to Equitable Life Investments, which develops oil and gas properties.
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Dr. Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, ÂWFNN sees their interest in making acquisitions as a major step for Equitable Life Investment. With the additional management in place, WFNN believes that this company stands ready to move forward. WFNN sees the company moving to $3.00 per share in the near term. With oil prices skyrocketing, Equitable Life Investments presents itself as an excellent opportunity for the future."
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About Equitable Life Investment:
Equitable Life Investments made a few recent investments in the oil and gas sector. Equitable Life Investments Company Inc. (EQLFF) Equitable Life Investments Company Inc. has acquired fifty percent of Soma Petroleum, LLC, and a U.S. based company. Soma Petroleum has acquired the exclusive rights to drill for oil and gas from the government of Somaliland in the Horn of Africa, this property was made a dividend at the end of last year to shareholders. The company is partnering with Inter-Continental Petroleum Co. Ltd (ICPC) - China-based oil and gas exploration company. ICPC has an extensive international track record in oil and gas. It plans to acquire more properties.
Joseph de Beauchamp