Texas Energy Network Files Patents for Oilfield Communications Devices; Tests with Major Oil Companies Scheduled for February

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Texas Energy Network, LLC (TEN) announced today that it had filed applications for patents for a number of proprietary oilfield communications devices developed pursuant to it's previously announced plans to provide bandwidth to the energy industry. These devices will be tested in conjunction with LTE in a live oilfield environment in Andrews County Texas beginning in February.

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These devices provide critical access for the customers onfield oil and gas systems to the 4G Texas Energy Network

Texas Energy Network, LLC (TEN) announced today that it had filed applications for patents for a number of proprietary oilfield communications devices developed pursuant to it's previously announced plans to provide bandwidth to the energy industry. These devices will be tested in conjunction with LTE in a live oilfield environment in Andrews County Texas beginning in February.

Michael Jones, Chief Operating Officer of TEN noted "Today's announcement is the culmination of many months of research and development by the TEN team. These devices provide critical access for the customers onfield oil and gas systems to the 4G Texas Energy Network and will be the mainstay of TEN services such as TENspot and TEN Explore. "

By blanketing the oil and gas fields of the world with bandwidth, Texas Energy Network, LLC is being developed to become the dominant provider of Fourth Generation broadband products and services to the Oil and Gas industry. The company's website can be accessed at http://www.texasenergynetwork .com

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