HOUSTON, April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The management of CAMAC is gratified to learn that all remaining passengers, flight crew and its corporate aircraft have been released by officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The release was not based on an admission of guilt by anyone associated with this incident and the Congolese government filed no charges of wrongdoing.
CAMAC had no financial interest in the business dealings that led to the airplane and passengers being detained. CAMAC greatly appreciates the efforts of the numerous officials and individuals who have intervened in this matter, and the patience and perseverance of these individuals and their families in supporting a successful resolution.
Founded in 1986, CAMAC (www.camac.com) specializes in oil and gas exploration & production, trading and engineering consulting. CAMAC is proud of the responsible manner in which it conducts its business in the Houston area and around the world, guided by an interest in furthering the areas of economic empowerment, academic enrichment, cultural arts and quality of life. CAMAC supports a diverse group of organizations that exemplify these goals within the communities it serves. This includes an educational endowment at the Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston since 1992 to support the training of African students in the petroleum sciences; Financial Support for a 250-bed Cancer Care Facility in Abuja, Nigeria; sponsorship of other medical missions and cancer awareness programs in rural and urban Nigeria; Funding for the Jacob Zuma RDP Education Trust for students in South Africa and the United States; A major endowment to Texas Southern University providing scholarships for students in international business and programming; Funding for patients of HIV/AIDS in partnership with UNICEF U.S. Funds globally.
Contact - Mike Androvett 1-214-559-4630 [email protected]