Energy Stock News – Where To Invest Talk Radio Show

May 1, 2012 Where To Invest News Talk Radio Show

 Energy Stock News – Where To Invest Talk Radio Show

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The Bill Chippas Investing News Radio Show featured Craig Crawford, Executive VP of Texas Gulf Energy, Inc. (Stock Symbol: TXGE).

Texas Gulf Energy, Inc. ( is an integrated provider of energy services, oil and gas production, project management and professional consulting services to the US and international refinery, chemical, construction, mining and power industries.

Their wholly owned subsidiaries providing these services include International Plant Services, LLC, Texas Gulf International, Inc, Texas Gulf Professional Services, Texas Gulf Industrial Services, and Texas Gulf Oil and Gas, Inc.

TXGE has reported record audited basic earnings per share of $.04 cents per common share versus a loss of ($.09) per common share in 2010. See News Release ( Cash on hand at December 31, 2011 totaled $2,747,880, with $4.4 million in accounts receivable and a receivables financing line available of up to $5 million.

Texas Gulf Energy is well positioned to pursue our continuing vertical expansion into the energy markets in 2012. Gross revenues in 2012 are expected to be in the range of $40-45 million (USD), US GAAP income is projected to be from $2.6 to $2.925 million.  

It’s strategic partner is Industrial Maintenance International (IMI), located in Tunis, Tunisia. IMI is a Joint Venture partner with Texas Gulf Energy, shares the same majority shareholders and represents Texas Gulf Energy through IMI offices in 23 countries globally.

Major international energy companies including Exxon Mobil, Conoco Phillips, Chevron, Valero, and others have utilized Texas Gulf Energy to complete major projects safely, on time and on budget.  

For  More Information:

Read the Princeton Research Report on Texas Gulf Energy

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Call Princeton Research at 702-850-3000

*Rule 17B Disclosure Requirements – Princeton Research and or it’s principles own shares in Texas Gulf Energy.

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