Foothills Exploration, Inc. (OTC: FTXP)
Focused on delivering the energy needs of today and tomorrow
The rising oil price has boosted the energy market and investors’ confidence. Are you ready for the next oil and gas opportunity?
Foothills Exploration, Inc. (OTC: FTXP) is an independent exploration and development company focused on delivering the energy needs of today and tomorrow. We talked to the CEO of the company B.P. Allaire and discussed the recent updates of the company. Which areas are Foothills focusing on for its oil & gas assets? As an oil & gas company, why does Foothills also invest in hydrogen and geothermal projects? Why should investors start following the company?
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About Foothills Exploration, Inc. (OTC: FTXP)
Foothills Exploration, Inc. (“FTXP” or the “Company”), is an oil and gas exploration and development company focused on delivering the energy needs of today and tomorrow. The Company’s strategy is to build a balanced portfolio of assets through two core initiatives. The first initiative is to generate high-impact oil and gas exploration projects in order to meet today’s energy needs. The second is to invest in hydrogen and geothermal projects for a low carbon future through its New Energy Ventures division by identifying areas where the Company can contribute to a viable, realistic, and balanced future energy mix.
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