HOUSTON, July 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Gulf Energy (OTCQB: TXGE) (www.tgnrg.com) President David Mathews and Executive Vice President Craig Crawford take the spotlight Wednesday, July 4 at 8:30 a.m. CT on The EnergyMakers radio broadcast, "Featuring Energy Innovators and Policy-Makers" (www.TheEnergyMakers.com). Their interview is featured on the front page of www.TheEnergyMakers.com for a full week – and it will be also available on the EnergyMakers' Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/TheEnergyMakers). "We are very pleased to share our excitement about the growth and development of Texas Gulf Energy, Inc., and discuss the additional potential for revenue growth with the addition of our ASME Pipe and Vessel manufacturing business unit," says Dave Mathews, President and CEO of Texas Gulf Energy, Inc.
The radio broadcast includes 20 stations that are affiliates of The Business Talk Radio Network, as well as Clear Channel's 950AM in Houston, which moves to NEWS92 FM next week.
About Texas Gulf Energy, Inc. (www.tgnrg.com)
Since our founding in 2003, Texas Gulf Energy, Inc.'s companies have deployed thousands of engineering, construction, technical, skilled crafts and project management personnel to major international energy companies, including Exxon Mobil, Conoco Phillips, Chevron, Valero, and others. We are particularly well known throughout the energy markets for our ability to provide construction services with professional, experienced, and well trained teams to maximize the ability of our customers to complete major projects safely, on time and on budget. Now entering our tenth year in business, we have vertically integrated our service offering into other energy market segments, including pipeline and vessel fabrication, wellhead services, oil and gas production, and professional consulting services both domestically and internationally to better serve the needs of our customers.
About the EnergyMakers
"Our primary media for both shows is the web," says producer Russ Capper. "We do the radio to gather listeners and viewers to the web, and we do not necessarily run the same show on the web and the radio. Usually, the radio airs after the web. Often we will feature parts of interviews on the radio – once again to encourage listeners to come to the web." Capper also produces another show called The BusinessMakers Show (www.TheBusinessMakers.com) which features interviews with entrepreneurs. These days we mix and match interviews from The BusinessMakers and The EnergyMakers on the radio broadcast. EnergyMakers has a Facebook page. Go there and 'like us" and you will see the 'We'll Cross That Bridge When We Come to It" Texas Gulf Energy promo, with the message "coming next week on The EnergyMakers Show"... . EnergyMakers is hosted by Paul Dickerson, head of the Clean Energy section at Haynes & Boone, LLP. Prior to that Dickerson served as Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) from 2006 until 2008.
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SOURCE Texas Gulf Energy, Inc.