Dec. 4, 2012
-- Farmers use fertilizer made from natural gas. Truckers use diesel fuel to ship goods to market and businesses rely on oil and natural gas to make and sell their products and provide their services. If you buy a loaf of bread, purchase a new electronic gadget, or drive a car, consider yourself a part of the oil and natural gas industry. From airline pilots to welders, and every job in between, we’ve all got a stake in our energy future.
There are 30 ownership investment packages available with the percentage share of 1,3655%. The capacities of these oil and natural gas wells are estimated at 120 – 150 barrels per day (b/d). The monthly returns programme has been estimated around a lifespan of approximately 20 years where the returns themselves are to be generated per barrel. When it comes to the price per barrel, it is determined by the WTI Crude minus $8 as the pre-refinery with the direct exit to the refinery. The value of the first contract is £10,000.00.
With one very simple, but very illustrative example the lucrative capacities of this genuine investment opportunity can be presented transparently.
One contract with the value of £10,000.00 from a well which only produces 9 barrels per day generates the monthly income of £163.31 and an annual income of £1,959.73 with the percentage return of 19%. When this equation is to be applied in the Illinois area, where the average production provides between 120 and 150 barrels per day, we have the following results….
Monthly income is now £2,177.48 and annual is £26,129.72. With only 120 barrels per day that gives us the unparalleled percentage return of 261%. When we further include the calculation for the 288 barrels per day we get the following numbers. Monthly income £5,225.94 and yearly income £62,711.63. These numbers are awarding our initial investment with the percentage return with the 627%.
It is important to emphasize that this investment opportunity is based on exclusivity with limited availability. This offer is open to both oil and gas investors with previous experience and those looking for an opportunity to get involved in this area for the first time.