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The FW35 launched on 19th February 2013. Hear from Sir Frank Williams, Pastor Maldonado, Valtteri Bottas and the team as the excitement builds… About Williams Williams F1 is an independent Formula One team with a philosophy and history of winning races. Formed in 1977 by Frank Williams and Patrick Head, the company has secured 16 FIA Formula One World Championship titles in its illustrious history. Nine of these titles have been won in the Constructors’ Championship in association with Cosworth, Honda and Renault. The remaining seven titles are Drivers’ Championships, won with Alan Jones, Keke Rosberg, Nelson Piquet, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost, Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve. The brand name that has been built over the past 35 years is a testament to our founders who incorporated a winning DNA, a traditional approach, and a set of individual values that have made us one of the most successful and enduring brands in world sport. Williams F1 has grown into a significant international business since its inception in 1977 and its achievements earned its founder, Frank Williams, a knighthood in the 1999 New Year’s Honours List to augment France’s highest decoration, the Legion d’Honneur. About Pastor Maldonado Pastor began his single-seater racing career in 2003 in the Italian Formula Renault Series. The following year he became the series champion with eight wins and gained his first taste of Formula One machinery with Minardi. Pastor then finished third in the Formula
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Under the Canopy Founder Joins the 6Pacific Team

6Pacific Group

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

Today 6Pacific Group announced that Marci Zaroff has become an Advisor and Operating Partner after spending over two decades as a leader and change maker in the natural/organic food, beauty and apparel/home fashion industries. Zaroff will play an instrumental role in the firm’s principal investing business and will focus on high growth consumer lifestyle sectors, including Ecofashion, natural beauty/personal care, spa and other sectors where sustainability and social consciousness trends are creating rapid growth.

In 1996, Zaroff coined and trademarked the term “Ecofashion”, then founded sustainable lifestyle brand Under the Canopy. She is featured in the newly released book “ECO AMAZONS: 20 Women Who Are Transforming the World” and is a Henry Crown Fellow of The Aspen Institute.

“Our new partnership with Marci Zaroff continues our strategy of providing a powerful combination of operational experience, industry resources, and a broad network of relationships for the benefit of our partner companies,” said John Barrymore, Managing Partner of 6Pacific. “With over 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, innovation and operations in the natural/organic products and fashion/beauty industries, Marci brings a wealth of industry expertise to 6Pacific.”

In addition to being an internationally-respected keynote speaker and Producer of an upcoming documentary called “THREAD”, Zaroff currently serves as CMSO of the Portico Brand Group, which owns Under the Canopy, Portico, and FASE, another company founded by Zaroff. A Director/Advisor on numerous Boards, including the Organic Trade Association, Fair Trade USA, Textile Exchange, AllergyKids Foundation and Teens Turning Green, Zaroff has been instrumental in driving environmental compliance and social justice worldwide. Prior to Under the Canopy, Marci received a business degree from UC Berkeley’s Haas Business School, then Co-Founded “The Institute for Integrative Nutrition”, which is currently the world’s largest nutrition school.

“Marci’s passion, vision and experience add tremendous depth to our knowledge base and will provide 6Pacific with broader reach into a variety of Eco-Lifestyle categories,” added Tom Newmark, Chairman of 6Pacific. “We’ve known Marci for many years, and it is a true blessing to be able to collaborate with her more closely.”

About 6Pacific Group

6Pacific Group is a merchant banking firm focused in the consumer industry, with deep experience in sectors such as health/nutrition, food/beverage, fashion apparel and personal care products. 6Pacific Group has three operating units: Equity Investments, Special M&A Advisory and Corporate Partnering. The Equity Investments group makes direct equity investments in small, rapidly-growing consumer companies.  Special M&A Advisory provides M&A and financing advisory in select situations to clients requiring deep industry knowledge. Corporate Partnering arranges and participates in many forms of corporate collaborations. 6Pacific Group has offices in Los Angeles, New York, Copenhagen and Costa Rica. For more information about 6Pacific Group, visit

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Congratulations to Our Dental Hygienists for Attending the Annual Under One Roof Seminar

Lincoln Park, IL (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

Continuing education is extremely important in order to advance in one’s career. Additional college courses and conventions all serve to sharpen an employee’s skill set as well as expose one to new advances in technology and procedure. Westend Dental in Chicago, Illinois strives everyday to bring quality dental care to their community and the one way they do this better than the competition is to keep their staff at their smartest and up to date. One of the educational opportunities that Westend Dental participates in is called the “Under One Roof” seminar.

The RDH Under One Roof seminar is an annual three-day long convention where all dental hygienists in the United States are encouraged to attend. At the convention a participant can attend workshops, lectures, and exhibits where they will learn new dental techniques and processes that have been developed by world-renowned doctors and dentists. This year, Westend Dental sent two hygienists to attend the convention. Amy Konishi and Megan Post, both very good dental hygienists at Westend Dental, learned about many different dental issues that patients should be aware of. Amy learned about “pre-carious lesions.” A pre-carious lesion is a cavity that has begun to form in the enamel of the teeth but is not to the point that would require drilling and filling just yet. Amy also learned that treating the pre-carious lesion with regular baking soda rinsing will help to delay further tooth decay. Also, Amy noted that carbamide peroxide, an ingredient in professional tooth whitening products, will also help to slow the formation of cavities.

In addition to all of the information that Amy brought back to work, Megan also took in information like a sponge and has expanded her knowledge of dental hygiene. While at a workshop that focused on diet and how it affects dental health, Megan learned that eating high protein foods such as seafood, soy, and nuts will actually contribute to strengthening tooth enamel thus decreasing the formation of cavities and tooth decay. Not only that, but diets rich in these proteins will help to promote healthy gums and better overall oral health.

Westend Dental in Chicago, Illinois is now better equipped to provide their clients with improved dental hygiene care thanks to the efforts of Amy and Megan. Because they have chosen to advance their training and education, more residents of Lincoln Park and Chicago will enjoy a positive and comfortable dental experience at Westend Dental.

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TAG Oil Provides Third Quarter Results; Conference Call to Discuss Third-Quarter Results and Operations Update

Vancouver, B.C. (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

TAG Oil Ltd. (TSX: TAO) and (OTCQX: TAOIF), today announced its financial results for the quarter ended December 2012, as well as access instructions for a telephone conference call to discuss Q3 results and operations.

Please call in ten minutes before the conference call starts and stay on the line (an operator will be available to assist you should you have questions of management during the call). In addition questions can be forwarded by e-mail in advance in the e-mail address provided below.

Date:                      Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Time:                  11:00 a.m. Pacific Time

Toll-Free Dial-in #:          1-800-706-7749

Regular Dial-in #:          1-617-614-3474

Conference Passcode:      70081822

E-mail questions to:          info(at)tagoil(dot)com

Q3-2013 and Recent Operating Highlights

TAG Oil’s production revenue increased 23% to $ 32.29 million for the nine months ended December 31, 2012, compared to $ 26.21 million in the comparable period last year;

During Q3-2013 TAG produced an average of 1,727 BOE per day with a production revenue increase by 13% to $ 10.85 million compared to $ 9.62 million in Q2-2013;

The Company generated a net profit for the quarter of $ 2.64 million (nine months: $ 9.40 million) before deducting $ 2,004,076 (nine months: $ 4,344,751) non-cash share-based compensation;

TAG remains debt free with approximately $ 72 million in cash at the date of this report;

TAG sold 86,687 barrels of oil during the last quarter (nine months: 256,745) at an average price of $ 109.97 per barrel (nine months: $ 108.80 per barrel);

TAG sold 47,104 BOE of gas during the quarter (nine months: 159,775 BOE) at an average price of $ 4.79 per mcf (nine months: $ 4.55 per mcf);

Production infrastructure expansion is on track for completion by March 31, 2013 as planned, to allow unrestricted production from 25 wells and any future wells;

Commenced a 13-well Taranaki Basin drilling campaign, starting with the Sidewinder-5, Sidewinder-A6, Sidewinder-A7 wells;

Secured rig to drill the Cardiff prospect, a large liquids’-rich gas target in the Kapuni Formation with independent mid range resource potential estimated by Sproule International of 214.5 Bcf and 12.8 million barrels of associated condensate;

TAG Oil was awarded four attractive onshore Taranaki exploration blocks all within proximity of our Cheal and Sidewinder infrastructure;

TAG retains a 100% interest in its East Coast Basin permits and receives cash payment through an early termination of the farm-out agreement with Apache Corporation.

Liquidity and Financial Summary

At the date of this report, TAG is debt free with approximately $ 72 million in cash on the balance sheet. Production revenue for the quarter was $ 10.85 million (nine months: $ 32.29 million) compared to $ 12.98 million (nine months: $ 26.21 million) for the comparable quarter last year, and the Company generated a net profit for the quarter of $ 2.64 million (nine months: $ 9.4 million) before deducting $ 2,004,076 (nine months: $ 4,344,751) non-cash share-based compensation.

TAG currently has 59,637,623 common shares outstanding and 63,267,386 common shares outstanding on a fully diluted basis.

Taranaki Basin Operations

TAG finished Q3-2013 with Sidewinder-5 encountering approximately 6 meters of net pay to start off calendar 2013’s Taranaki drilling program. SW-5 has been completed for production and will be tied in to the Sidewinder production facility in early March, after Sidewinder-6 and 7 have been drilled.

Summary of TAG well status:

Site:              Cheal A    

Producing*:     A3, A7, A9, A10, A11, A12    

Behind Pipe:     A1, A4, A8

Site:              Cheal B    

Producing*:     B3, B4ST, B6, B8    

Behind Pipe:     B1, B2, BH1, B5, B7

Site:              Cheal C    

Producing*:     -    

Behind Pipe:     C1, C2, C3, C4**

Site:              Sidewinder    

Producing*:     SW-A2, SW-A3, SW-A4    

Behind Pipe:     SW-A1, SW-A5**                

Cheal-A7 and A12 and Cheal-A9, A10, A11 and A12 are all producing into small diameter temporary production lines that inhibit optimal production. Back pressure testing on the individual wells indicate these wells will produce more optimally using their own production pipelines upon completion of the Cheal infrastructure upgrades.
** Re- completed and/or awaiting production test

TAG’s infrastructure project is scheduled to be completed on March 31, 2013 allowing the Company to become completely self-sufficient in producing, processing and marketing all oil and gas it produces. TAG can then initiate production on all oil and gas wells that have been drilled but are not yet producing, along with any additional production arising from future successful wells drilled.

Cheal Oil and Gas Field – 100% Interest

TAG expects continued growth through the following activities:

1. Continued exploration and development drilling: pre-emptive right on the Nova-1 drilling rig ensures access to services;

2. Infrastructure enhancement project and new gas pipeline at Cheal ensures maximum value is achieved from all discoveries, making TAG completely self-sufficient for oil and gas production, processing and marketing;

3. Drilling the Cardiff liquids-rich deep gas target: Cardiff has an independent resource potential estimated by Sproule International of 214.5 Bcf and 12.8 million barrels of associated condensate and the Company anticipates drilling Cardiff in mid-C2013; and

4. A detailed geotechnical evaluation of all untested zones in the Cheal area: Many TAG wells drilled in the last two years encountered multiple pay horizons. Good production practice dictates depleting one zone at a time in these multi-zone wells, and the study will determine if an accelerated infill drilling program is economically justified to maximize value of these to-date untested zones.

Sidewinder Oil and Gas Field – 100% Interest

During the quarter, the Company was granted consent by the New Plymouth District Council allowing TAG to drill up to four new wells within the Sidewinder Oil and Gas Field. TAG immediately completed site construction, and to the date of this report, has drilled the Sidewinder-A5 well and spudded Sidewinder-A6.

TAG intends to also drill Sidewinder-A7 and Sidewinder-A8 using its proprietary 3D seismic, combined with new 2D seismic that was acquired during fiscal 2012. The Sidewinder Permit is lightly explored and significant exploration potential remains in both shallow and deeper targets located within the Permit area. Planned operations are as follows:

1. Drill 4 new exploration wells, inclusive of Sidewinder-5 that has already been drilled during the quarter; and

2. Drill Sidewinder’s deeper liquids-rich gas targets such as the Hellfire prospect where TAG’s technical team has used 3D seismic to interpret Hellfire as a large high-impact prospect with significant resource potential.

Taranaki Blocks Offer Permits – Shallow Drilling

TAG Oil, along with its joint venture partner East West Petroleum, will utilize the extensive 2D and 3D seismic coverage to drill a minimum of nine wells in C2013 on the three joint ventured permits as follows:

Permit Number:             PEP 54877

Permit Name/Interest:     East Cheal (TAG 70%)    

# of Wells:                 5

Target:                 Miocene 2500m

Permit Number:             PEP 54879

Permit Name/Interest:     South Cheal (TAG 50%)    

# of Wells:                 3

Target:                 Miocene 2500m

Permit Number:             PEP 54876

Permit Name/Interest:     North Cheal (TAG 50%)    

# of Wells:                 1

Target:                 Miocene 2500m

Taranaki Blocks Offer Permits – Deep Drilling

Heatseeker is a 3D defined, drill ready deep gas and condensate prospect that has similar geological features to the adjacent landmark Kapuni gas/condensate field. Heatseeker is anticipated to be drilled late in calendar 2013.

Permit Number:             PEP 54873

Permit Name/Interest:     Heatseeker (TAG 100%)    

# of Wells:                 1

Target:                 Eocene 4000m

East Coast Basin Operations

On January 31, 2013, TAG Oil and Apache Corp. concluded an agreement for early termination of the Farmout Agreement related to PEP’s 38348, 38349 and 50940. The main highlights of the agreement are:

1. Apache paid TAG a lump sum payment to satisfy its obligations related to funding Phase 1 operations under the Farmout Agreement;

2. TAG will retain all assets developed under the agreement, including all seismic and technical work completed by the Joint Venture; and

3. TAG retains a 100% interest in the above mentioned East Coast Basin permits.

The Company continues to focus on consultation and engagement while progressing its operational planning for upcoming drilling activities.

The Company anticipates beginning drilling the first two wells of the Phase I drilling program in April 2013. These wells will test several high-impact play objectives including the Waipawa and Whangai source rocks, utilizing conventional vertical drilling techniques similar to those used by TAG over many years in its successful Taranaki Basin operations.

In addition, TAG is currently preparing to drill one shallow stratigraphic well on PEP 50940 as part of its work program commitments in the East Coast Basin. The stratigraphic slim-hole well is similar in design and operations to a farmers water well. The 450 meter planned depth will facilitate the gathering of geological rock data before being plugged and abandoned.

Canterbury Basin Operations

During the quarter, TAG acquired and processed an 80 kilometre 2D seismic survey within the Company’s new frontier exploration permit (“PEP 52589”) situated both offshore and onshore the Canterbury Basin, South Island, New Zealand. Interpretation of the seismic data is underway to identify potential well locations. The Canterbury Basin is an under-explored frontier area with many geological similarities to the productive Taranaki Basin.

Historical drilling results in Canterbury indicate good exploration potential with two gas/condensate discoveries drilled in the offshore portion of the Basin, one of which tested in excess of 10 million cubic feet of gas and 2,300 barrels of oil per day. Although these discoveries were uneconomical due to the high cost of offshore development, more importantly, the gas/condensate accumulations found in these wells confirm that generation, migration and entrapment of hydrocarbons occur in the Basin, indicating additional accumulations are likely to be present.

Offshore drilling scheduled by majors such as Anadarko and Origin Energy in 2013/2014 allow TAG to focus initially onshore while holding considerable upside related to its control over the onshore and near shore acreage directly updip of the scheduled deep water offshore wells.

Capital Expenditure

Expenditures on the Company’s oil and gas properties during Q3 of the 2013 fiscal year amounted to approximately $ 21 million, primarily invested in the Company’s Taranaki operations for drilling, testing, workovers and infrastructure as follows:

Cheal Field:                             $ 19.54 million

Sidewinder Field:                         $ 0.29 million

East Coast, Taranaki Offshore, Canterbury:     $ 1.17 million

TAG Oil has filed its third quarter December 31, 2012, condensed consolidated unaudited interim financial statements and management discussion and analysis with the Canadian Securities Administrators. Copies of these documents can be obtained electronically at, or for additional information please visit TAG Oil’s website at

TAG Oil Ltd.

TAG Oil Ltd. ( is a Canadian-based production and exploration company with operations focused exclusively in New Zealand. With 100% ownership over all its core assets, including oil and gas production infrastructure, TAG is enjoying substantial oil and gas production and reserve growth through development of several light oil and gas discoveries. TAG is also actively drilling high-impact exploration prospects identified across more than 2,953,810 net acres of land in New Zealand.

In the East Coast Basin, TAG will explore and potentially develop the major unconventional resource potential believed to exist in the tight oil source-rock formations that are widespread over the Company’s acreage. These oil-rich and naturally fractured formations have many similarities to North America’s Bakken source-rock formation in the successful Williston Basin.

For further information:

Dan Brown or Garth Johnson

TAG Oil Ltd., 1-604-682-6496

Email: info(at)tagoil(dot)com



TAG Oil has adopted the standard of six thousand cubic feet of gas to equal one barrel of oil when converting natural gas to “BOE’s”. BOEs may be misleading, particularly if used in isolation. A BOE conversion ratio of 6Mcf: 1 Bbl is based on an energy equivalency conversion method primarily applicable at the burner tip and does not represent a value equivalency at the wellhead.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements:

Statements contained in this news release that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainty affecting the business of TAG Oil. Such statements can generally, but not always, be identified by words such as “expects”, “plans”, “anticipates”, “intends”, “estimates”, “forecasts”, “schedules”, “prepares”, “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will”, “would”, “may”, “could” or “should” occur. These statements are based on certain factors and assumptions including;

A. all estimates and statements that describe the Company’s objectives, goals, production rates, infrastructure capacity and or future plans relating to the seismic, testing, work over and drilling programs in Taranaki are forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve risks and uncertainties including, without limitation: risks associated with oil and gas exploration, development, exploitation, production, marketing and transportation, volatility of commodity prices, imprecision of reserve estimates, environmental risks, competition from other producers, and changes in the regulatory and taxation environment. These forward-looking statements are based on certain factors and assumptions, including factors and assumptions regarding the management’s views on the oil and gas potential in the Permits, well performance, the success of any operations, completing infrastructure and the costs necessary to complete the operations; and

B. those relating to TAG Oil’s exploration and development of its oil and gas properties within the Cheal and Sidewinder project areas, the production and establishment of additional production of oil and gas in accordance with TAG Oil’s expectations at Cheal and Sidewinder, well performance, drilling the completion of new infrastructure at Cheal and Sidewinder, the increase of cash flow from new production, expected growth, results of operations, performance, prospects, evaluations and opportunities. While TAG Oil considers these factors and assumptions to be reasonable based on information currently available, they may prove to be incorrect. Actual results may vary materially from the information provided in this release, and there is no representation by TAG Oil that the actual results realized in the future will be the same in whole or in part as those presented herein.

TAG Oil is involved in the exploration for and production of hydrocarbons, and its property holdings with the exception of the Cheal and Sidewinder project areas are in the grass roots or primary exploration stage. Exploration for hydrocarbons is a speculative venture necessarily involving substantial risk. There is no certainty that the expenditures incurred on TAG Oil’s exploration properties will result in discoveries of commercial quantities of hydrocarbons. TAG Oil’s future success in exploiting and increasing its current reserve base will depend on TAG Oil’s ability to develop its current properties and on its ability to discover and acquire properties or prospects that are producing. There is no assurance that TAG Oil’s future exploration and development efforts will result in the discovery or development of additional commercial accumulations of oil and natural gas.

Other factors that could cause actual results to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements are also set forth in filings that TAG and its independent evaluator have made, including TAG’s most recently filed reports in Canada under National Instrument 51-101, which can be found under TAG’s SEDAR profile at

TAG undertakes no obligation, except as otherwise required by law, to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors change.


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Toy, Doll & Game Manufacturing in the US Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld has Been Updated

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2013

The Toy, Doll and Game Manufacturing industry is expected to continue its modest recovery from painful revenue losses suffered during the recession. Revenue is expected to increase 1.0% to $ 2.69 billion in 2013. According to IBISWorld industry analyst Sean Windle, “Because toys, dolls and games are discretionary items, industry demand is heavily dependent on economic factors, such as unemployment, consumer sentiment and the level of disposable income – all of which experienced losses over the past five years.” To make matters worse, industry operators have had to face not only dismal economic conditions, but also mounting competition from lower-cost imports. As a result, IBISWorld estimates industry revenue fell at an average annual rate of 6.2% in the five years to 2013.

While the worst of the downturn has passed, the same cannot be said of the industry’s struggle to compete with lower-cost imported toys. “Manufacturers in countries like China, which accounts for the overwhelming majority of industry imports, enjoy more relaxed labor and environmental regulations, and can therefore produce goods at a fraction of the cost of US manufacturers,” says Windle. In order to remain competitive, industry firms have had to lower their prices, which has caused them to incur higher fixed costs and made it harder to absorb rising raw material expenses. As a result, the industry’s profitability has declined over the past five years. With faltering profitability, many firms have resorted to labor and wage cuts, facility closures or been forced to exit the industry.

The Toy, Doll and Game Manufacturing industry exhibits a low market share concentration. Although close to one-quarter of the market is taken by two global toy manufacturers, Mattel and Hasbro, the remainder of the industry is characterized by a large number of small and privately owned firms. IBISWorld estimates that over half of all companies in the industry will employ fewer than five workers in 2013, with nearly three quarters of firms expected to employ fewer than 10 workers. In contrast, only 3.7% of industry operators are expected to employ 100 or more workers. While the industry remains fragmented, concentration has increased over the past five years, due to many firms being forced to exit the industry under tough economic conditions. Faced with falling demand and eroding profit margins, many underperforming operators had no choice but to close up shop. Other firms that survived the economic downturn have transferred their manufacturing facilities overseas to take advantage of lower production costs.

Unfortunately for toy, game and doll manufacturers, the long-term outlook is bleak. While consumer confidence, the level of disposable income and employment are all expected to increase over the next five years, import penetration is also set to increase. Since a major basis for competition amongst toy manufacturers is price, US firms, which carry higher labor and regulatory costs, will continue to be at a disadvantage to lower-cost overseas manufacturers. However, a bright spot does exist: as import penetration continues to accelerate, US operators are finding business opportunities through exports, which are expected to increase over the next five years. Export growth will help offset some of the industry’s losses from import competition. In the five years to 2018, IBISWorld expects industry revenue to increase.

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This industry is comprised of firms that manufacture dolls, doll accessories, action figures, toys, games (including electronic), hobby kits and children’s vehicles (except metal bicycles and tricycles).

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Recognized as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit or call 1-800-330-3772.

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