According to John Lepin, Chairman of the Board and Chief Financial Officer of Alpha Energy, “This is an important occasion for Alpha Energy. It will permit us to operate wells and other oil and gas properties in the State of Oklahoma, including wells that are earmarked to be transferred to Alpha’s ownership under the Logan 1 Project agreement terms. We were able to secure favorable bond status under the existing State bond requirements and hope to be grandfathered in under the updated regulations currently making their way through the state legislature.”
Alpha Energy, Inc. is a Houston, Texas based, independent energy company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development and production of crude oil and natural gas. Additional information is available on the Company’s website at www.alpha-energy.us.
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