Credo


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Credo

 

a creed, or statement of faith, in the Catholic Church. In the figurative sense it refers to the views, beliefs, and principles of one’s world view (a political or philosophical credo).

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Credo owns leasehold interests in approximately 125,000 net mineral acres and has operations in the Bakken and Three Forks formations of North Dakota, the Lansing - Kansas City formation in Kansas and Nebraska, and the Tonkawa and Cleveland formations in the Texas Panhandle.
Credo owns 27% and 46% working interests in the wells, respectively.
Obviously, I am keenly interested in the transition because my family and I own the second largest stake in Credo and we want to see Credo continue to grow and prosper.
The Bakken is the premier oil resource play in North America, and we are very excited about the growth potential that it brings to Credo.
Credo currently owns working interests in four Deese Sand waterflood units.
CREDO is a certified Minority Business Enterprise in PA, southern NJ and DE, an Oracle GOLD and PeopleSoft Partner.
Norman said, "The Credo 180 team pioneered the debt-advisory business over 20 years ago.
It was thrilling to be on hand to receive such a prestigious award in person," said Credo CEO Mike Sweet.
THE HUMAN LEAGUE CREDO IT'S been 10 years since Sheffield synthpop band The Human League released their last studio album.
KING CREDO, flagbearer of Steve Woodman's small Sussex stable in the 1990s and owned and bred by actors James Bolam and Susan Jameson, has died at the age of 25, writes Bruce Jackson.
Credo Investments has announced the completion of Le Solarium, a maiden development project worth Dh405 million ($110.
Dubai: Credo Investments FZE has announced the completion of its Dh405 million maiden development project in the country, Le Solarium, which became the first commercial project to be completed and delivered at Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO).