Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Due to RyHolland Fielder, Inc., and Ron Walblay, its president, continuous drilling in Texas, they have identified three (3) potential shallow oil pay zones on the north section of the Snyder Seales Ranch.
Currently, RyHolland Fielder, Inc., is producing out of the upper Hope Sands. However, the lower Hope Sands and King Sands are present. According to Mr. Walblay, RyHolland Fielder's geologist anticipates that they are gaining structure as they march into the west and dig new oil wells. In the opinion of Mr. WalBlay and his consulting geologist, multiple pay zones to produce oil is a genuine possibility as they drill new oil wells to the west. RyHolland Fielder, Inc., is actively seeking accredited investors to participate in their new seven (7) well project to target bigger oil production as they drill to the west on Snyder Seales.
The furthest well RyHolland Fielder has drilled to the west while low structure, had over 20 feet of lower Hope Sands and almost 40 feet of King Sands, with excellent shows of oil. RyHolland Fielder, Inc., is producing from the furthest well to the west out of the upper Hope Sands and it is targeting the lower Hope Sands and King Sands, as they step off with field extension well sites to the west.
Accredited investors should contact Ron Walblay at 754-200-6969 or complete the accredited investor's form below.
Correction of the press release of September 20, 2012:
Ron Walblay of RyHolland Fielder, Inc., has not earn $5,000,000 on the Snyder Seals Ranch, in Texas. He sold a piece of property in West Texas for over $5,000,000 in 2006, to a public company.
About RyHolland Fielder, Inc.,:
RyHolland Fielder, Inc., was formed in 2005, by its President and Founder, Ron Walblay, with the focus on new oil field discoveries.
For more information about RyHolland Fielder, Inc., please visit http://www.oilfieldfinder.com, or call 754-200-6969. Moreover, interested accredited investors should complete and submit the form below.