Investing in Oil Exploration!

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Investing in Kentucky
Oil Well Opportunities
How do I get in on the ground floor?

You can approach Oil Exploration investing in a number of different ways. Buying stock in Big-name oil companies with low returns on your investment, leasing or buying up land's mineral rights, playing the commodities market, and or buying shares of stock in oil drilling projects. This is where we are the experts, get started today!  Pick up the phone give us a call.
Never too late to start making money in the oil industry.
This project play has the best chance to show the investor
a great R.O.I.

 The Wildcat Exploration company's goal is to create passive monthly income through projects in Kentucky that have been studied in multiple ways such as Geology, Engineering, Marketing, to create a fundamentally sound way for people to invest in the oil industry, in hopes of hitting Oil during the drilling exploration project.

Wildcat Exploration, LLC will start all projects in Kentucky by either buying or lease the land. Selling stock shares of the oil drilling project to accredited investors only.  If we strike oil, the investment can pay off 10 times over – sometimes much more. These plays are highly speculative but great returns when we hit oil. The monthly cash flow is unlimited. We are not just a new method for old investors, but a game-changer that opens doors for everyone to share in the success of a proven industry for creating wealth.

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​Oil makes the
World go Round!
2018, analysts from the International Energy Agency (IEA) expect global oil demand to average 99.2 million barrels per day. 

​Oil makes the world go round, and there’s no sign of that changing any time soon. Petroleum products remain in high demand, there is also a multitude of uses in industry, as it can be used as a lubricant and is a key component in the creation of plastics plus many more uses for the petroleum product. While in the early day's of oil boom some people had already begun to realize the potential of oil, it wasn’t until 1853 that George Henry Bissell, who is widely considered to be the “Father of the Oil Industry,” began conducting experiments with rock oil from northwestern Pennsylvania. We've come along way since those days. If we could only go back in time! But we can't ....So...

How do I begin?
​ Investing in oil well drilling, 100% tax-deductible. You must be considered an accredited investor.
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About Profiting from oil Exploration. Based on the type of offering, you may be asked to show proof of accredited status before previewing the Project. Receiving & Reviewing all the Executive Overviews, Economic Analysis, Geology Reports & Offering Documents.

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Setting up your Oil investment account only takes a few minutes to complete. By activating your investment account under the guidance of our investment platform, you can facilitate the transfer of your fund's transaction funds from your bank in a secure and seamless manner. The goal is to produce a passive monthly income. All investment funds are kept in each Project's designated Escrow Account held at an FDIC insured bank account until the offering project has closed, investor funds have cleared, and the compliance team has verified that all offering and investor documents have been validated and properly executed in accordance with all regulatory rules.

Build an Oil Portfolio
Wildcat Exploration oil drilling company encourage our investors to diversify their oil investing portfolio over multiple projects to spread their risk & increase returns. 


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good fit for your portfolio?


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Our experienced team will discuss your current portfolio and help you determine if investing in OIL DRILLING EXPLORATION in Kentucky makes sense for you.

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Great R.O.I. on investment!
Hedge Against Inflation!

 Pros & Cons of Oil Drilling Exploration Investment​​

Diversification. Oil investments have historically provided a useful diversifier against the overall economy. When gas prices rise, economies tend to slow. This could cause the rest of your stocks and funds to drop. But when oil and gas prices rise, oil and gas stocks tend to rise with them. An exposure to oil stocks can help insulate your portfolio against economic slow-downs caused by oil shocks.
Profit Potential. Investments in smaller companies and limited partnerships can occasionally pay off big. A single well can generate passive monthly income many times its costs if drillers strike oil, and the well can pay dividends for many years. Creating a passive monthly income.
Tax Advantages. There are some tax advantages to oil investing. For instance, the IRS allows companies to deduct for depletion – an allowance similar to that for depreciation in rental real estate, which is a way of accounting for the gradual exhaustion of mineral supplies in a given plot of hand. If you buy shares in a publicly-traded stock, this benefit will be largely invisible to you, since publicly traded stocks are C-corporations and don’t pass their gains and losses to shareholder tax returns. However, if you buy a membership in a limited partnership, this could be a very important consideration. Depletion could be the difference between a property that’s cash-flow positive and one that loses money.

Volatility. Oil exploration investments can be subject to wild price swings – especially when investing in smaller companies. If you get involved in exploratory (or “wildcatting”) drilling projects, you can easily lose a great amount of money. Diversification is the key to oil drilling exploration investing. 
While you can usually quickly sell shares in larger companies, you may have a hard time finding a buyer for shares of smaller companies. This is frequently the case with closely held, non-publicly traded companies and limited partnerships. Interests in closely held companies, oil wells, and other oil projects aren’t for everyone. There are special tax rules that govern oil, gas, and mineral investments, and there are rules specific to limited partnerships that may affect you.  The very experienced investors who are in a position to take risks and have money committed for a long period of time. At the very least, get a prospectus and do your own due diligence.
Final Word. Oil drilling exploration well's are volatile. When you become involved in these ventures, have a healthy respect for the potential risks and be honest with yourself about your own risk tolerance and investment horizons.
Are you a natural entrepreneur, with big horizons? Can you afford to lose substantially on any one venture? Is it worth the risk if there’s a chance at large gains? You may be a candidate for limited partnerships, futures, or shares in small exploration companies. If they strike it rich, so will you.
But you could lose it all. These investments can be lucrative, but they work best for those who are able to lock up their funds for years at a stretch.

Learn about the unique benefits of participating in Oil Drilling project Investing

It’s clear, oil and gas is in high demand, needs is being fueled by the world’s population growth and the never ending to the changing energy needs of the people. Worldwide demand is increasing and will continue to increase over the next few decades. So steps in the Wildcat Exploration oil drilling team, offering Sophisticated investors that recognize. a golden opportunity. Individual and institutional investors from all over the globe entrust billions of dollars to investment  in the oil drilling exploration. Without NEW OIL WELL'S the demand will not be reached. The consumption of oil and gas in the United States is growing year after year. Year after Year old Oil wells dry up, this is where it gets... important ... if we do not develope new oil wells the production levels and demands can't keep up and the prices would go throught the roof..

Benefiting the Investor in Oil Drilling Projects & the Oil Drilling company like Wildcat Exploration as we try to create a monthly cash flow.

By 2035, world energy consumption is projected to grow by 49% — with over half of that energy supplied by oil and gas.  Look to the oil and gas industry to deliver long-term economic value, cash flow, dramatic upside potential and permanent tax benefits. So here is where the smart investor looks if the Oil Industry investment meets your needs look at the risk to reward R.O.I. some of the smaller companies can help you get your foot in the door to this exploding high demand field as the ones listed above
Wildcat Exploration is ready, give us a call today......................

Beware of anyone who tells you an investment “can’t miss,” who promises big returns with no risk, or that an investment is only available to a favored few. 

Wildcat Exploration is a family run business 

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Explanation of Oil & Gas Investing Tax Benefits
Keep in mind we are not :
Tax Lawyer's
Attorney at Law
Tax Advisors
We are just good honest hard working people, looking for a better life.

There are great permanent tax benefits to investing in Oil drilling exploration companies along with bigger companies getting benefits such as the ones listed below.

Cash Flow (Monthly Passive Income): Long considered a mailbox investment, revenue disbursements are paid monthly and are accompanied by a production report.  Returns range between 10-25%.
Long-term Passive Income: Payments are made for as long as an asset produces, which can be upwards of forty years or more in some fields.
The flexibility of Ownership:  Your ownership can be through a trust, an LLC, a corporation, or individually.
Hedge Against Inflation & Stock/Interest Rate Movements  
Asset Value Appreciation Potential: The oil and gas industry is currently in an extended pricing downturn, making the entry costs of asset acquisition lower than what has been seen in years.
Low and Finite Supply of Oil & Gas
Diversification:  Added diversification to overall holdings
IRA Compatible
Unique Tax Advantages: Owners enjoy a depletion allowance which waives income taxes on the first 15% of royalty income on an annual basis.
Tax Advantages of Investing in Oil and Gas Drilling Projects
Intangible Drilling Cost Tax Deduction: 100% deductible in the first year
Tangible Drilling Cost Tax Deduction: 100% tax-deductible
Active vs. Passive Income:  Working interest deductions can be offset against income
Small Producers Tax Exemption:  15% of Gross Income is tax-free
Lease Costs: 100% tax-deductible through cost depletion 
Alternative Minimum Tax: Generally consists of adjusted gross income, minus allowable Alternative Minimum Tax itemized deduction, plus the sum of tax preference items and adjustments.
Tax Bill Gives Incentive to Marginal Wells:  Tax credit of up to $9 per well per day for marginal wells.

Explanation of Oil & Gas Investing Tax Benefits intangible Drilling Cost Tax Deduction
The intangible expenditures of drilling (labor, chemicals, mud, grease, etc.) are usually about (65 to 80%) of the cost of a well.

These expenditures are considered “Intangible Drilling Cost (IDC)”, which is 100% deductible during the first year. For example, a $100,000 investment would yield up to $75,000 in tax deductions during the first year of the venture. These deductions are available in the year the money was invested, even if the well does not start drilling until March 31 of the year following the contribution of capital. (See Section 263 of the Tax Code.)

Tangible Drilling Cost Tax Deduction
The total amount of the investment allocated to the equipment “Tangible Drilling Costs (TDC)” is 100% tax-deductible. In the example above, the remaining tangible costs ($25,000) may be deducted as depreciation over a seven-year period. (See Section 263 of the Tax Code.)
Active vs. Passive Income.

The Tax Reform Act of 1986 introduced into the Tax Code the concepts of “Passive” income and “Active” income. The Act prohibits the offsetting of losses from Passive activities against income from Active businesses. The Tax Code specifically states that a Working Interest in an oil and gas well is not a “Passive” Activity, therefore, deductions can be offset against income from active stock trades, business income, salaries, etc. (See Section 469(c)(3) of the Tax Code).

Small Producers Tax Exemption
The 1990 Tax Act provided some special tax advantages for small companies and individuals.
This tax incentive, known as the “Percentage Depletion Allowance”, is specifically intended to encourage participation in oil and gas drilling. This tax benefit is not available to large oil companies, retail petroleum marketers, or refiners that process more than 50,000 barrels per day. It is also not available for entities owning more than 1,000 barrels of oil (or 6,000,000 cubic feet of gas) average daily production. The “Small Producers Exemption” allows 15% of the Gross Income (not Net Income) from an oil and gas producing property to be tax-free.

2019 Tax Benefits Monthly Cash Flow Potential even at $40/BBL!
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Cash Flow 

Old abandoned oil wells we dig deeper.

Cash Flow (Monthly Passive Income): Long considered a mailbox investment, revenue disbursements are paid monthly and are accompanied by a production report.  Returns range between 10-25%.

Long-term Passive Income:
 Payments are made for as long as an asset produces, which can be upwards of forty years or more in some fields.

How much money can you make
from an oil well?

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
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

To Receive the Investors Guide you must have Accredited Investor Status:
I certify that I had individual income over $200,000 (or joint income with my spouse of more than $300,000) in each of the past two years and reasonably expect to reach the same level in the current year, AND/OR I have an individual net worth (or joint net worth with my spouse) in excess of $1,000,000 (excluding the value of my/our personal residence).

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