SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kabe Exploration Inc. (OTCBB: KABX) announces its new hiring of management consultant Dr. S. J. Mazullo to provide geologic consulting services for the purpose of interpreting and analyzing available subsurface geologic data, and preparation of pertinent subsurface maps and cross-sections and compilation or interpretation assembly of related geologic documentation, in the search for oil and gas in Kansas and adjoining states; and for advising, directing, recommending, or otherwise assisting the Company in their oil/gas exploration research and development or other activities, methods or processes useful in the conduct of the development of recently acquired assets in the Mississippi lime assets recently acquired by the company in Kansas. Dr. Mazullo is carefully mapping out our strategic development plans for our drilling team.
Dr. S. J. Mazullo is an expert geologist. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in geology from Brooklyn College, and his Ph.D. in geology in 1974 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His petroleum industry experience includes Texaco Research Laboratory, Houston, Texas (1975); manager of Stratigraphic Exploration, Union Texas Petroleum Corp., Midland, Texas (1978–1981), and an independent oil operator and consultant since 1981. “We are proud to have added Dr. Mazullo to our management team and the expertise that he brings with such vast industry experience. We are aggressively negotiating with additional oil industry management to join the company’s executive team and independent board members, who can add value to the company,” said CEO Erik Ulsteen.
About Kabe Exploration Inc.
Based in San Diego, California, Kabe Exploration Inc. is an oil & gas exploration and development company that acquires mineral rights in prolific shale plays for production.
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