Terra Energy & Resource Technologies Completed Its STePÂ® Survey for YPF
NEW YORK, June 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: TEGR), a natural resource exploration technology company, has completed its services for YPF, the largest Argentine oil and gas producer, under a contract to provide the Company’s Sub-Terrain Prospecting (STePÃ‚®) technology to survey YPF’s oil and gas license area in the province of Mendoza, Argentina. STePÃ‚® is a proprietary method which uses the innovative models and techniques to remotely process satellite and other analytical data and accurately delineate oil and gas deposits.
“YPF is a valuable client for Terra, and we have provided YPF with our STePÃ‚® analysis and conclusions about the license area. Every prospecting study, whether traditional geological or our proprietary STePÃ‚® analysis, is aimed at creating an incremental value and increasing the level of knowledge and information about the area of focus,” said Dr. Alexandre Agaian, President of Terra Energy & Resource Technologies. “We believe that our STePÃ‚® study achieved this goal, adding this project to a long list of Terra’s work worldwide. Terra is proud that this South American energy giant is utilizing our technology in its exploration process, and we anticipate additional projects with YPF in the future.”
About Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc.
Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc., through its subsidiary Terra Insight Services, Inc., provides mapping and analysis services for exploration, drilling, and mining companies related to natural resources found beneath the surface of the Earth. The Company uses a suite of innovative and efficient technologies, which facilitate the prediction and location of commercially viable deposits of hydrocarbons, gold, diamonds, and other natural resources, and assesses them for any given geographic area — on or offshore. For more information, visit http://www.terrainsight.com.
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