Zion Oil & Gas CEO, Dustin Guinn: Operations Set to Resume

Good morning from Zion!

It is a new year in Israel (Rosh Hashanah/Feast of Trumpets marked the beginning of 5779), and the High Holy Days are over. We are excited to resume operations at Zion’s well-site.

Service personnel will be on location to continue testing at the Megiddo Jezreel #1 site this Sunday, October 14th.

We want to thank you for your continued encouragement and ask that you pray for the safety of your well-site crew, the efficiency of all operations, and also for God’s ongoing favor in the midst of difficulties.

The vision of Zion is to help Israel become energy independent, and as a result, share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our platform has become increasingly visible, and we praise God for that.

Please continue to allow us to pray for you as well.

Shabbat Shalom,

Dustin Guinn
CEO, Zion Oil & Gas

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