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MONEY IN OIL

The best way for us to make money
is to help you make money.

Here are some suggestions that are critical. They not necessarily in order and certainly not everything to be considered. 

You be the operator:
The shallow well production business is not complicated. Common sense is necessary. Applying sound business practice is necessary. When you are successful you will have the accomplishment. 
It is necessary for you to be an active  participant in the supervision and management in small operations.
The oil business is no different other small business venture.
Until your production gets to a point where you can justify hiring
qualified managers, your it!.
Some of the orphan well leases were caused to become "orphan wells"  because the operator was not "hands on".

Become knowledgeable of the oil business:
The internet can be that essential tool. An average intelligent
business man can become better equipped to make money in the oil business today than ever before. It would have been unheard of twenty years to have as much information as is easily available today. The Texas Railroad Commission web site is just one of many.


Understand your odds:
Any business is a gamble to some degree. Structure your venture to as not take any unreasonable risk. You odds of making a big discovery in a shallow field are very long. It does happen, but don't bet on it! Look at this article from the Abilene News 

Have Venture Capital: 
Either it needs to be or your money or your investment groups money


Check with a good lawyer before any transaction:
If you chose to form a investment group: partners, or any legal structure follow all applicable law. 
Please note, I said a good lawyer. For your purpose, a good lawyer must be one that is experienced in the oil business. 


What about deep gas? 

Deep gas or deep oil takes an organization with access to a large
amount of capital, people with the knowledge of the latest technology. A very qualified team of highly competent and motivated individuals plus experienced management. Strange things can happen
2 to 4 miles underground! Look at this article from the
Tyler Paper             

The Lease (A chapter in a book could be devoted to this topic.  In non-legal terms I can just touch my main concerns).
This document is the basis for all of your actions and you should get the advice of a competent oil and gas lawyer. A oil and gas mineral  lease is that document that sets forth the terms and conditions that allow you to extract minerals form a parcel of land. A separate lease is executed by each  mineral owner. There can be one or many depending upon how many interest owners there are of record.    (sample lease forms)

Environmental  Impact and Responsibility:
Before investing any money in any lease, have a visual inspection of the location for any obvious problems. There is probably some surface contamination around old well heads. This should not be a major issue. It is critical that the condition of the lease, at that current time, be documented so that your responsibility is clearly defined.

It is your investment:
You must have reason to believe that the lease or leases that you invest in have a reasonable chance of making you money. It is your money and your enthusiasm is most important

What is a shallow well, any way?
4,210 feet is not a deep well nor is it real shallow. It just a matter of the prospect and the field. Here is information from a recent TRRC completion report: This is a new well.
"WOOD 6 - Quitman (Eagle Ford), New Well, Gaither Petroleum Corp, Houston, TX, Well # 57, Goldsmith, J. B., Jno Allen Jr Sur A-20, 350 fsl 2239 fwl, Zone 4198' to 4210', 9-22-03, 35 bbls oil 18 mcf gas 0 bbls wtr, pumping, 3.3 mi NW of Quitman."
Quitman, Texas is about 35 miles North of Tyler and real close to Lake Fork.

How much money are we talking about?
A little bit or a bunch?
Formulate a plan of several wells. Do your math
! Make a pro forma projection.
Re-entry on a 1000 ft oil well, perhaps as little as $10,000.00.
For an intelligent projection you will need information that we can supply. 
It all depends on each individual well and each individual lease.
Remember this: 
A report of the IOGCC calculates that the average stripper well in Texas produced 2.81 barrels per day in 2001.

Experience is the best teacher:
There are few "oil men" alive today with the experience that we offer. in shallow oil wells.

Operators that abandon a lease void that lease.
You will need copies of the previous lease to show terms and conditions and the mineral rights owners at that time. 
You will need to re-lease the property. This what the TRRC calls "proof of good faith." see TRRC web site next page.

Starting Point: 
Presently we are considering only parts of TRRC District 9. (Archer and Young counties), District 5 (Ellis county) and parts of District 6-East Texas fields.
Realizing that an interested party can know very little until the voided LEASE is obtained and the facts ascertained
.
Other critical information needed is in our OFFER below.

There is a TEAM here to help you.     
K.J. Walker experienced in production and the manufacture of related equipment

K.J. Walker
Experience:
Shallow oil well production.
Manufacturer of oil field equipment for shallow wells. Such as  pumping units, work over rigs, etc 

Jame Binford, a geologist with practical oil field experience

James Binford
Experience:
UT-Sul Ross, 1950
Drilling, Wire Line.
Exploration Geologist
for domestic and
foreign companies
Ie.:
Empressa Colombia De Petrolis.
(Colombia National Oil Co.)
CEO, Zenith Oil Co.
Production in Texas and Oklahoma.

K. F. Walker, environmental impact specialist

K. F. Walker
Environmental
Impact Specialist.
Experience- Texaco
Licensed - HASMAT
OSHA  29 CFR 1910.120 [e]
Hazardous Waste 

Oil wells require service and the equipment must be maintained. 

A good  producing well will become average and in time it will become non productive if it is not serviced properly.

Real simple. Lots of operators were  not making  money sufficiently  to keep their wells producing.       

We have a list of  leases that we feel  have a good
potential.

We offer an opinion.
This is not a guarantee
of economic viability.


We have  selected
Orphan Well leases in  North Central and East Texas. 


Let me make this real clear!

We do not own the leases.

We have no financial interest in these leases.

We are not offering them for sale!

These leases and thousands more are listed on the TRRC web site.
 
The list of Orphan Wells can be viewed on the next page along with the TRRC requirements for acquiring any lease.

Here is our offer to you today!

Prospective Orphan Well leases deserve a complete
evaluation.
Some opportunities do exist!

You can  do the evaluation or you can hire us.

We make a physical inspection.
We will then provide you with any information that  the Texas Railroad Commission has on file concerning that lease. (logs, copies lease or leases, past lease and field production etc. Any information that we have or can garner from local  sources  (I.e. court house records, local suppliers etc.
)

We will get as much information as possible on previous Operator.

Money spent here can prevent a costly mistake.
Information is the key.
If you are serious about making money in the oil business
Then look at this
example of just one lease..

QUESTIONS?
Talk to a
real person
903-561-1554
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Tyler,Texas
Questions? Then call us and talk to a real person

Forgive us for repeating ourselves but this is necessary!

We are not financial advisors.

This web site is full of advice. The advice is
free. Perhaps it is worth more than what you paid for it.   

We are not offering any interest, pro rata share,
equity, stock or a participation in any venture of any kind or
character.

 

If for a reason you would prefer just to invest in a oil and gas drilling program, contact us. 
We will get you in contact with an qualified organization offering a oil and gas drilling program to meet your specific needs.   

If your interest is in investing be sure to read
this page.

Any offer to invest money is made by prospectus only.

Investing in a oil venture involves risks, including the possible loss of principal. The prospectus contains complete information on the investment. Investors should read it and consider carefully before investing.

Pumping oil from the sour lake field, Hardin County, Texas.
DOLLARS TO INVEST? You can make and/or lose money! YOU NEED TO SEE A PROSPECTUS
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