Video Shoot at Zion’s Ma’anit-Joseph #3 Well

February 10, 2011 by  

Zion's John Brown & Richard Rinberg

We (True Potential Media) traveled to Israel for a week of shooting video at Zion Oil’s office in Caesarea, their Ma’anit-Joseph #3 well site in Northern Israel, and in Jerusalem. Zion Founder John Brown, CEO Richard Rinberg, President and CEO Bill Ottaviani and Executive VP Victor Carrillo were on-site in Israel for interviews on the vision and progress of Zion Oil’s mission in Israel.

The video, photographs, and other content produced during the shoot will be compiled and presented over the next few weeks and months as Zion shares its story and its vision with the world: ” … to assist Israel in the restoration of the Land by finding and producing oil and gas – helping to make Israel politically and economically independent.”

Visit the Oil in Israel and Zion Oil Facebook pages as we add photos to the Israel albums.

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4 Responses to “Video Shoot at Zion’s Ma’anit-Joseph #3 Well”

  1. Patricia on February 11th, 2011 12:12 pm

    This was the first letter I have received. It is all very interesting and informative. As a new invester in Zion Oil, I want to know any and all details related to this company and how it relates to Israel. I live in Hawaii and we are charged for the cost of bringing oil to the Islands as well as our monthly useage charge. I have no heating or cooling systems and still my monthly bill is around $200 a month. I live in a medium size condo! So I think I know how it feels to be dependant on an outside source for fuel. Good fortune to us all!

  2. Wayne on February 18th, 2011 5:01 pm

    When would the video be release here?

  3. Wayne on February 18th, 2011 5:01 pm

    When would the video be release here?

  4. sspillman on March 24th, 2011 6:24 am

    Hi Wayne,
    We will release pieces based on relevant topics soon. We should have a complete new video mid-summer.

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