MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/13 -- Alaska Pacific Energy Corp. (OTC Pink: ASKE) announced on Friday that it has entered into a consulting land man agreement with Black Gold Energy. The terms of the agreement call for Black Gold Energy President Jack W. Holmes and his associates and staff to act as a Land Man for Alaska Pacific. Specifically Jack and his team will evaluate the various acquisition opportunities that the company is and will consider. Additionally the team will search for and bring deals to the company for acquisition.
Until now the company has been outsourcing this work on a case by case basis. "This process has proven to be too slow to get the job done," said Alaska Pacific Energy President Dominick Falso. "I believe that this will help us close some deals... more importantly this move will help us feel comfortable that we are getting the right deal... the right value... the better deals are not on the market very long... this move keeps us in the game for the money makers," Mr. Falso continued.
Black Gold Energy is a Louisiana based oil and gas acquisition company. Mr. Holmes and partners have over three decades of experience in the oil and gas industry. Black Gold Energy owns and manages minerals and royalties in approximately 500,000 acres with more than 2,500 producing oil and gas wells across the United States. Mr. Holmes indicated that he is "very excited and optimistic about the working with Alaska Pacific Energy."
"We are very close to getting the funds that we need for the Eagle Ford Shale property that I have been talking about," continued Mr. Falso. "The funders simply needed some answers to due diligence questions that require someone with Jack's experience to handle. There are conference calls/meetings scheduled within the immediate future that should button up this deal as well as possibly one or two more. Everything seems to take longer than we would like but I am very enthusiastic about the progress... I will keep you posted."
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Alaska Pacific Energy Corp.
www.alaskapacificenergy.com (web site under revision; not totally up to date.)
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