San Marcos, TX, November 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Baron Energy Inc. (Pink Sheets: BROE) (“Baron” or the “Company”), an independent crude oil and natural gas company based in San Marcos, Texas, has joined with Envestor First, LLC (“Envestor”), Houston, Texas, to assist with business development activities including joint venture partners, additional funding to accelerate growth plans, and investor relations.
Ronnie L. Steinocher, President and CEO, said, “We have recently joined with Envestor for assistance with our business development initiatives including seeking non-operated working interest partners and additional growth capital.”
Mr. Steinocher added, “Envestor has developed a unique platform to bridge the oil and gas industry with private investment capital. We believe this is an excellent fit for Baron at this time as we seek to secure growth capital to accelerate our South Texas Project.
“Please refer to our website at www.baronenergy.com for additional information on Baron and updates on our South Texas Project.”
About Baron Energy Inc.
Baron Energy Inc. (Pink Sheets: BROE) is an independent crude oil and natural gas company based in San Marcos, Texas, acquiring and operating producing properties in South Texas.
For more information, please visit www.baronenergy.com.
About Envestor First, LLC
Envestor First, LLC ties together the global network of family offices with investment opportunities in the U.S. oil and gas industry. These investments run the gamut and include both public and private equity, funding acquisitions and drilling programs and buying non-operated working interests at the asset level. In addition, the web site provides accurate and timely information about the oil and gas industry and regional and global factors that impact the industry, commodity prices and investment criteria.
For more information, please visit www.envestorfirst.com.
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