665 Energy, Inc. (SSOF) Building Momentum as Energy Industry Supplier, Resale Business

665 Energy, Inc. positioned to supply upstream, midstream and downstream clients in oil and gas industry Global market for oil industry supplies expected to grow to $205 billion by 2020 Company also advancing plans to expand into purchase, refurbish and resale of oil drilling rigs

The energy industry continues to form the bedrock of life-improving technological innovation more than a century after the end of the second Industrial Revolution, propelling global economies in which rapid transportation, mass manufacture and space satellite-enabled communication combine to elevate the standard of living for people around the world. As modern clean energy proponents work to inspire maturity in the industry, boots-on-the-ground companies such as 665 Energy, Inc. (OTC: SSOF) are helping to ensure that the precious gift of energy continues to propel living standards forward by supplying needed equipment and resources.

665 Energy is the parent corporation of Five Star Rig and Supply, Oklahoma Rig Fabricators and 66 Oilfield Services — companies that provide oilfield supplies and equipment, drilling rig refurbishing and inspection, and drill pipe parts and services. Its customers are companies active in all…

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