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MX Oil Plc: Audio interview with CEO

20 Aug 2014 | by: Patricia Miller

MX Oil came onto the scene like a mean machine, they raised a moderate amount of cash coupled to an immodest approach to grab the bull by the horns and grind out a result.

As the CEO works tirelessly on foreign soil the chairman holds his council with his measured yet determined approach. I have to say I can’t find fault yet with a company that does what it says on the tin. The progress is incredible and whilst the CEO remains tight lipped, I believe the GEO discussion with national sweet heart Pemex is the catalyst to further growth of MX Oil fundamentals.

The balance sheet is firm and the growing data bank of information/opportunity is building up, listen to a quick chat with the “once in a lifetime CEO” here:

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