I've been following this Ryholland Fielder and Ron Walblay situation closely for a long time and I think there may be a lot that is inaccurate in that last post by RENEVATIO.
I could be wrong but I think Julie Culbreth is no longer working for Ryholland Fielder. They appear to have a new investor relations person named Lauren Coyne. See Linked in post below.http://www.linkedin.com/pub/lauren-coyne/56/993/bba
Also, Julie Culbreth appears to have posted her resume many places on the web looking for employment so those two items together make me think she is no longer with Ryholland.
On another point, Permian Basin was a seven well program not a five well program. Also, like I said I've been following this closely and I have not found a new Ryholland Fielder / Ron Walblay program since Permian Basin except one that was just registered with the SEC seeking to raise $4,900,000 under a new company called Oil Field Finders Inc. that likely has not started drilling yet.
There could be a lot of smoke and mirrors and misdirection going on and maybe I am wrong - But if I am right, I would urge anyone posting on this or any other forum to please stick to the exact truth where you have a high degree of confidence in your accuracy and avoid conjecture and speculation.
Justice will not be served if we lose credibility and throw any investigators off on a wild goose chase. So if all the stuff in RENEVATIO's post is true and I am wrong, please provide supporting information like the name of the second seven well program name etc...
Finally - do you have evidence the Snyder Seale Lease had 13 dry holes - I cannot find that many drilled wells on that lease on the texas railroad commission web site and i don't think there have been any wells drilled there except for the ones in Basin, Basin HV and Permian Basin.