Onshore Texas

From the 13 3D seismic surveys it has studied so far Texon has leased 15 Prospects which are ready for drilling. Lease checking is being undertaken on a further 16 prospects, with the other 17 not being available for lease at this time. There are 120 more 3D seismic surveys yet to be evaluated by Wandoo and these are expected to provide many more prospects for Texon over the 8 year term of the Prospect Generation Agreement.

Of the 15 Prospects already leased, 10 have objective reservoir depths of less than 2100m and together these prospects are targeting a gross unrisked reserve potential of 4.7 to 12.6 bcf of gas or 3.5 to 9.5 bcf as to Texons’s Nett Revenue Interest (NRI).  The other five have reservoir objectives at depths greater than 2400m and these have a combined gross unrisked reserve potential of 89 to 195 bcf of gas or 43 to 93 bcf as to Texon’s anticipated Working Interest (WI) and NRI.

Together these represent a total gross unrisked potential targeted by the 15 well drilling program of 94 to 207 Bcf of gas or 50 to 100 Bcf as to Texons’s expected WI and NRI.

Texon intends to retain a 100% WI in the shallow program and a WI of between 50% and 75%

Why Reputation Management is Necessary

Why Reputation Management is Necessary
Reputation management has become one of the essential pillars in people’s lives simply because how people perceive each other gives an impression of their values. Despite numerous efforts to maintain a high profile with positive feedback, social media has a way of making things look messy if people do not look out for people who shoot negative feedback on others.

Reputation management makes more sense for public figures and brands because they have a higher stake with their identities as compared to other individuals. As a result, such entities put up strategies to withhold any negative feedback coming their way, and instead, replace it with positive facts. For example, public figures and brands have social media profile managers who ensure that they respond adequately to any negative attacks. Therefore, reputation management is important for both individual purposes and public interest.

One of the ways of dealing with negative feedback is by publishing content that is original and informational. At the same time, this content should have an excellent Meta description that summarizes the content and an attractive title with the necessary keywords such that, when a fanatic or client does a Google search, the article is bound to appear as one of the top search results. As such, public figures and brands can use those positions to proclaim the truth way before the one carrying out the search gets to articles with negative feedback as part of their reputation management policy. 

Reputation management also calls for ethics. Otherwise, the same public figures and brands may hire third party individuals to write positive reviews on their blogs as a way of counteracting the negative feedback. Some go to the extent of creating false blogs and using them to post positive feedback while others use spam bots and denial-of-service attacks that forcefully remove websites that post negative feedback against them. As such, reputation management must have ethics just like any other industry.

How Youth Insearch Uses Support to Help Troubled Teens

How Youth Insearch Uses Support to Help Troubled Teens

Youth Insearch is a program designed to help troubled teens deal with life issues. The goal is to guide them to find positive answer to problems instead of using drugs or violence to cover up problems. This weekend long program relies heavily on support and discussions. Here a look at how all that support helps kids:
Professional Help
Every child that attends a Youth Insearch program has a support person to help. Support people are professionals that work with troubled kids during their every day life. They are not always psychologists, but people that have learned to work with kids. Examples include nurses, school counselors, police officers, and teachers.
Peer-to-peer Support
Sometimes all a teenager needs is another teenager to talk to. Children like having someone their own age that they feel can understand what it’s like better than an adult. At Youth Insearch, teens have plenty of other teens with similar problems to interact with. They have peers attending the program for the first time, and they have peers that have attended the program before. Youth Insearch brings back teens that have been through the program to help the new teens.
Before and After Program Support
Getting a child to want to go to a program like Youth Insearch might not be easy. This program helps by providing a little bit of persuasion. A support person will discuss with the children and the parents what to expect during the program. This will give children some reassurance. Once the program is over, children aren’t left to fend for themselves. The support person will continue to be available for the children whenever they need it.
With Youth Insearch, troubled teens are surrounded by support.