There is no substitute for experience.  Experience consistently earns greater success at locating high-yield low-overhead properties, evaluating the performance of the area, and negotiating the best opportunities.


Tycoon Energy, Inc.
Tycoon Energy, Inc. is involved in many areas of crude oil and natural gas well drilling, production and operations covering many geographic areas across the United States based out of Texas.

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Tycoon Energy's stability can also be measured by the fact that they are supported by a staff of industry professionals in all areas of operations; including geology, engineering, land, accounting, and partner relations.

Tycoon Energy, Inc. constantly evaluates and analyzes oil and gas opportunities in the most prolific production areas throughout North America. Of these opportunities, a small percentage meets their stringent acquisition criteria while carefully measuring factors such as geological and seismic data operating costs, performance history of the area, well-bore data, engineering reports and long-term histories.


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