Energy Business Reports Annual Industry Survey

Energy Business Reports launches its 2007 energy industry research survey.

P R E S S R E L E A S E


For Immediate Release

Press Contact:
Barbara Drazga
Press@EnergyBusinessReports.com
Tel 800-304-0345
www.energybusinessreports.com


Energy Business Reports Annual Industry Survey

Phoenix, AZ - August 28, 2007 - Energy Business Reports launches its 2007 energy industry research survey. In an effort to continue providing research that meets the needs of its readers, EBR has create a short survey for energy industry professionals.

Upon completion of the survey, respondents get access to a private complimentary reports website, with links to over 100 energy industry white papers, articles, and reports.
The survey can be taken at:
http://s-j6pb6-14271.sgizmo.com/?c-3B7SJ=

"The annual survey asks probing questions about respondents' business and energy needs, including questions about burning issues in the energy industry today," says Barbara Drazga, President of Energy Business Reports. "The results of the survey will allows us to continue to provide research on the most relevant industry issues."

Energy Business Reports is an industry think tank and leading source for energy industry information and research products and services. Take the survey at http://s-j6pb6-14271.sgizmo.com/?c-3B7SJ=

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