INVEST IN OIL DRILLING PROSPECTS

When Oil prices drop $$
look to Kentucky for a better R.O.I.

Shallow wells = lower cost
Lower cost of drilling = partners own larger %
More wells per project + multi-pay zones = more chances for oil
Thorough knowledge of area = better drill sites​​
DRILLING OIL IN KENTUCKY!
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW!

THERE ARE A LOT OF GREAT THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN KENTUCKY. THE ONE THAT IS CLOSE TO THE HEART IS FAMILY, FRIENDS AND DRILLING OIL.


Look around the globe today the shale boom is here & the new energy-independent United States and the state of Kentucky are because of just one step is drilling oil. The USA will surpass Saudia Arabia as the most productive oil-producing countries in the world an the near future or as we speak it's that close. Not to mention becoming the largest net exporter of fossil fuels by estimates of the year 2030.

Wildcat Exploration's main vision includes finding opportunities within segments of Kentucky that the shale boom has allowed others in the past to capitalize on the good - to high-quality drilling projects that are geologically and geophysical sound.

We believe that the right investments in these areas of selected Kentucky lands can provide significant returns while maintaining a low-risk investment philosophy.

Today’s drilling still has the inherent risk of exploration. However, it is undoubtedly easier to achieve success today than 20 years ago. A tremendous amount of historical data, advancements in technology, and a very active marketplace keep this area growing. 

So take advantage of what America has to offer. The exceptional investment opportunity of investing directly in oil drilling projects. And it begins by contacting us today.

Wildcat Exploration LLC  is looking for accredited individuals, corporations, partnerships and other parties who would like to invest in oil drilling prospects.
For more information and to find out if you qualify to invest, please  click here .
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Research Current Wells in Kentucky. All wells are not created equally!  Go to the  website of the State Regulatory Agency which oversees oil and gas activity in the appropriate state. 
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How much money can you make
from an oil well in your backyard?
Let's say that the oil was found and the oil well-produced, then the royalties kick in. So if the oil well produces 100 barrels a day, and the price of oil is $60 per barrel that month, then the cash flow is

( passive monthly income )


100 x $60 = $ 6,000/day The royalty owner, who agreed to 15% royalty, would receive  $6,000 x 0.15 = 


$900/day.   $27,000/month

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