LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / April 14, 2014 / Broadleaf Capital Partners Inc. (OTC:BDLF) announced today that it has acquired oil field oil and gas exploration and production assets to enter the oil and gas service business in Texas. The company has formed a new wholly owned subsidiary named Texas Gulf Exploration and Production, Inc., and will be initially focused in the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford exploration areas.
Broadleaf Interim President Mike King commented “We have been searching for an opportunity to establish a position in the energy markets, and this transaction gives us an excellent start in developing this new market for us. Broadleaf will focus on the use of state of the art technology to improve performance of energy production and to lower labor costs, and intends to build Texas Gulf Exploration and Production as a respected and effective new brand in the energy markets it serves.”
About Broadleaf Capital Partners:
Broadleaf Capital Partners, Inc targets unique, promising technologies we believe can improve business growth and profitability. We apply those technologies by incubating promising companies with innovative business plans that can utilize these technologies to drive business growth and bottom line performance. We also assist our companies in obtaining necessary working capital financing to finance their growth, and in select cases, we will make direct loans and/or equity investments in our own subsidiary companies as well as consider minority investments in non-wholly owned subsidiaries. We intend to monetize our investments in these companies either by outright sale, or spin off of the companie’s shares into the public markets.
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