U.S. Emerald Energy thoroughly researches all oil and gas prospects from the first stages of development to ensure the best selection process for investing in oil wells. By managing our selection process this way, we can ensure to investors that by selecting us they have every advantage for success. This methodology has been the foundation of our success for over 20 years in the industry.
U.S. Emerald Energy only utilizes the most advanced technological equipment on the market for investing in oil wells. When drilling what is classified as a developmental well, industry wide there is about an 80% success rate. Our distinct advantage is that we use this benefit of a developmental well and add our exceptional technique along with state of the art technology including 3D seismic to ensure we have done everything possible to have a successful project.
At U.S. Emerald Energy, our experienced and talented professionals have established one of the most modernized and innovative approaches in the industry. This leads to a high level of security for our clients when investing in oil wells. Our selection process starts by evaluating 50 to 100 oil and gas prospects each year. From there we use specific procedures to choose the most scientifically sound four or five solid developmental prospects to research and perform further due diligence in greater detail. A portion of this due diligence process includes breaking down the prospect and then rebuilding it by one or more independent geologists.
Based on specific findings and applicable considerations, we continue to exclude prospects until we narrow it down to the one best prospect. Because of this astute approach and use of the most up-to-date technologically advanced equipment, we have had the fortune to select very solid developmental prospects and have established an outstanding track record for investing in oil wells for over 20 years. We are able to achieve a significantly better success rate with our oil well investments which rates above the industry averages on our developmental wells.
Our selection process allows us to cherry pick across the industry in order to find the very best prospects. If you are considering investing in oil and gas wells with U.S. Emerald Energy, we can give you the opportunity to collect monthly income for many years with potentially large returns by finding only the best prospects.
When considering an oil well investment let U.S. Emerald Energy offer you the best choice. Contact us today so we can invest for your tomorrow.
How to Break Into Investing in Oil Wells
[Posted on Apr 30, 2013 by Michael L. F. Slavin]
Investors are often attracted to directly investing in oil wells, especially if the drilling company has both a proven track record and solid methodologies in place for selecting which wells to drill. Those interested in getting involved in direct oil well investing can go to U.S. Emerald Energy’s website to request information about the latest project. Investors often look to Emerald because of their over 20 years in the business. Furthermore, the company received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
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Why You Should Consider Direct Participation over Other Forms of Investing in Oil Wells
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Basics of Direct Participation
The group or company that sets up a DPP is the managing partner of the joint venture. There are two types of partners in the DPP, “limited partners” or “general partners”, depending on the way the partnership is structured. This is one reason for the creation of DPPs; they allow small investors to participate in investing in oil wells, which at one time was closed to all but the wealthiest of individuals.
The Changing Landscape of 21st Century Investing in Oil Wells
[Posted on Jan 25, 2013 by Michael L. F. Slavin]
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