Why consider owning oil and natural g...

Why consider owning oil and natural gas properties?

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Houston, TX

#1 Oct 13, 2010
The Oil and Gas Industry can be risky enough. Why take big risks when you do not have to. Diversify your portfolio by owning interest in existing oil and natural gas properties.
Rebell Oil of Kentucky (a Private Company) represents direct ownership in producing oil and natural gas properties available for Accredited and Qualified investors. We leave the "exploration risk" associated with the search of oil and gas to the major and mid-size oil companies - while our focus is acquiring producing, cash flowing oil and natural gas properties (which meet our strict criteria). Many of these properties are underdeveloped which allows for new wells to be drilled in-between this existing production or "developmental drilling". These programs do have risks; however, have very good potential to provide a yield of 15-25% or more annually and great tax benefits along with long term residual monthly income.
Why consider owning oil and natural gas properties?
Monthly Income: Producing oil and natural gas properties generate income for the property owners (investors) by selling the produced oil to refineries and natural gas to pipeline companies. These companies pay on a monthly basis. These funds are then paid to the property owners monthly, accompanied with a full detailed accounting of the volume of oil and natural gas sold.
Tax Benefits: Since 1986, amazing tax incentives have been available for individual investors who participate directly in domestic oil and natural gas developments. Structured in a private Direct Participation Program (DPP), these opportunities allow investors to own an asset, providing a hedge against inflation, the ability to realize a direct "flow through" of income and unrivaled tax benefits Nearly 100% of an investors capital contribution invested into domestic oil and natural gas developments can be written off ordinary income (usually 75% in the first year alone)! For example; $50,000 invested in an oil and natural gas program could qualify for a first year write off of $37,500 -- saving up to $13,000 in personal income taxes (individual tax rates apply). The $12,500 balance would be depreciated over a five year period -- for a total tax savings of $15,000-$17,500.
Diversification / IRA-401K Qualified: As we all know, investors should have diversification in their overall holdings; owning interest in oil and natural gas properties with multiple producing wells offer some of the greatest advantages not available with public stocks. Additionally, these investment opportunities are IRA / 401K Qualified for those who would prefer to use tax deferred retirement plans. This investment vehicle is a perfect fit since these oil and natural gas properties typically produce for 10 - 20 years.
Demand: Oil and natural gas will always be in demand with experts predicting US and Global consumption to increase year over year for decades to come. Oil prices are predicted to approach $85 per barrel in 2011 approaching $100 per barrel in 2012. Natural Gas demand is expected to increase nearly 65% over the next 20 years as plans for new gas fired electric plants, automobiles and increased manufacturing come in to play. Furthermore, natural gas is expected to average $5.00 per mcf in 2011 and $6.00 per mcf in 2012.

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Glasgow, KY

#2 Jun 9, 2012
You are violating securities laws posting that on here.
Uncle Sam

Edmonton, KY

#4 Sep 5, 2012
Rebell Oil is now in federal court on racketeering charges under the RICO Act, along with Ricky E. Bell, Max Bell and list of their other corrupt friends.
Someone who Knows

Etoile, KY

#6 Nov 28, 2012
Uncle Sam wrote:
Rebell Oil is now in federal court on racketeering charges under the RICO Act, along with Ricky E. Bell, Max Bell and list of their other corrupt friends.
Get your fact's right, It's a Civil Suit NO CHARGES,That mean's a LAW SUIT

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