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BEIJING, June 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Recon Technology, Ltd. (NASDAQ: RCON), ("Recon" or the "Company"), a leading independent oilfield services provider operating primarily in China, today announced that Wednesday, June 3, 2015's issue of the Wall Street Journal included an article titled Six Faces in the Race to Pump More Oil (the "Article"). Mr. Shenping Yin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Recon, was among the "Six Faces" featured in the Article. The Article can be found at: http://graphics.wsj.com/global-oil-men.
Mr. Yin commented, "I am humbled and honored to be among the six oil industry veterans from Russia, Saudi Arabia, the United States, China, Canada and Iraq featured in the Wall Street Journal article. China's petroleum industry will continue to face increasing demand, driven by economic expansion, and limited domestic production capacity. This, we believe, combined with rising labor cost and aging oilfields, puts increasing pressure on oil and gas operators to boost production efficiency through automation, upgrades and innovations and bodes well for our business in years to come."
About Recon Technology, Ltd.
Recon Technology, Ltd. is China's first independent oil and gas field service company listed on NASDAQ. Closely working with leading global partners, Recon has achieved rapid growth supplying China's largest oil and gas exploration companies, including Sinopec and China National Petroleum Corporation, with advanced automated technologies, efficient gathering and transportation equipment and reservoir stimulation measures. The solutions Recon provides are aimed at increasing gas and petroleum extraction levels, reducing impurities, improving safety and lowering production costs. For additional information, please visit: www.recon.cn.
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