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Tony Sanchez, III, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sanchez Energy, commented: "The focus of SN's operational efforts this quarter has been the assumption of operations at its newly acquired asset, Catarina.
Franchisors may be reluctant to buy the business if the location is not consistent with its current unit development strategy; however assumption of operations through (i) outright purchase of the business, including FF&E and real estate; (ii) purchase of the business and leasing the land and building; or (iii) operating through a management arrangement should be considered.
We look forward to the successful assumption of operations at the Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre.
At this meeting discussions will surround the signing of Firecreek's proposed Memorandum of Understanding covering the Antelat Field as well as the possible assumption of operations on four active exploration blocks.
And we call on MBCR to abandon their cavalier approach to roadway worker safety and to immediately reinstate the safety liaison positions which were in effect prior to MBCR assumption of operations in July 2003.
The sale process, which commenced during the summer of 2001, resulted in the assumption of operations of the technology education business by Computer Education Services Corp.
This press release contains forward-looking statements including statements relating to (a) the assumption of operations by FEI and a seamless transition and continued high level of support for customers who are currently using the DFM and Fab Solutions products and (b) our expectations regarding second quarter revenues.
This release contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Federal securities laws, including the planned assumption of operations on December 1, 1999, expected operating efficiencies and cost savings, intended increase in gathering system throughput and more efficient management of assets, intended reduction of wellhead pressures, expected increases in productivity of wells, expected expansion of inventory of drilling and development opportunities, the expectation that cash flows will be sufficient to service the payment requirements of the transaction, the expectation that cash flow and earnings will increase, and the timing of the financial performance benefits expected from the transaction.