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New York, NY, United States, 2010/09/10 - Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: TEGR), a natural resource exploration technology company, announces that its CEO Mr. Dmitry Vilbaum gave an audio interview to StockVest.
Topics covered in the interview include the Company's services and operations, its management and science teams, recent milestones, development goals and plans for the future, and the Company's flagship technology STeP®.
The interview can be heard online at StockVest.com.
About Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc.
Terra Energy & Resource Technologies, Inc. (terrainsight.com), through its subsidiary Terra Insight Services, Inc., provides mapping and analysis services for exploration, drilling, and mining companies related to natural resources found beneath the surface of the Earth. The Company uses a suite of innovative and efficient technologies, which facilitate the prediction and location of commercially viable deposits of hydrocarbons, gold, diamonds, and other natural resources, and assesses them for any given geographic area -- on or offshore.
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