Circle Star Energy Corporation is an energy company focused on the acquisition and development of oil and gas properties. The company owns non-operated working interests, overriding royalty interests, and mineral interests in oil and gas properties located throughout the state of Texas. Producing wells in which the company has an interest are located in Crane, Scurry, Victoria, Dimmit, Zavala, Grimes, Madison, Robertson, Fayette, and Lee Counties, Texas. Formerly known as Digital Valleys Corp., the company changed its name to Circle Star Energy Corp. in July 2011 as a result of its expanded strategic focus to include the oil and gas industry. Circle Star Energy Corporation is based in...
Forty-five minutes into today's session, Circle Star Energy Corp. (OTC:CRCL) has barely edged up $0.04, or 1.53% from its previous close. Not bad, yet far from fabulous, especially considering the latest company update and the newest paid promotion in support of the stock.read more
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The Mississippian formation in Oklahoma and Kansas is, "The highest rate of return play in the United States" Tom Ward, CEO SandRidge Energy state on Bloomberg, April 3, 2012.Easy oil is history...but big profits are just getting started!Company: Circle Star Energy
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The Mississippian formation in Oklahoma and Kansas is, "The highest rate of return play in the United States" Tom Ward, CEO SandRidge Energy state on Bloomberg, April 3, 2012. Majors are already in Kansas with hundreds of thousands of acres and this off-radar junior beat everyone to a stunning 175,000-acre read more