NetworkNewsBreaks – 665 Energy (SSOF) Provides Equipment to Businesses Operating in Various Areas of the Energy Industry

665 Energy (OTC: SSOF), formerly Sixty Six Oilfield Services, is a leader in the oilfield equipment and supply industry, specializing in supplying oilfield equipment, drilling rigs and drilling pipe. A recent article discussing the company reads, “665 Energy’s primary customers are companies active in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors of the energy industry, including drilling contractors, well servicing companies, independent and national oil and gas companies, midstream operators, refineries, petrochemical, chemical utilities and other downstream energy processors. Beyond North America, 665 Energy’s key markets are focused on Latin America, the North Sea, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and the former Soviet Union. Sales are logged to over 300 customers operating in approximately 20 countries around the world.”

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About 665 Energy

665 Energy, Inc. (OTC Pink: SSOF), formerly 66 Oilfield Services, is located in Oklahoma City and is a Nevada registered holding company in the oilfield equipment and supply industry. Through its three wholly owned subsidiaries (5 Star Rig and Supply, Oklahoma Rig Fabricators and 66 Oilfield Services), the company specializes in supplying the oil industry with custom drilling rigs, heavy-weight drill pipe, drill collars, pup joints, pony collars, handling tools, tubing, casing, blow-out preventers, engines, compressors and other select equipment to customers worldwide through its facilities in Oklahoma City, Germany and Dubai. The company’s services include the sale of new equipment, sale of refurbished and certified used equipment, as well as rental of oilfield equipment. The company is currently expanding into the oil drilling rig acquisition, refurbishment and resale business as well as continuing to build our portfolio of energy related businesses. For more information, visit the company’s websites at www.665Energy.com and www.SixtySixOilfield.com.

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