Rabu, 28 Desember 2011

.....Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and the biggest oil empire of them all, Saudi Arabia....... >>> AND NEXT TO... The most compelling evidence that East Africa is holding some of the world's richest fossil fuel resources goes back loooong before the natural gas strike and the recent expansions in West African production.??? .....>>> ... scientists have known for years that much of East Africa shares the same basic geology as the region on the opposite side of the Gulf of Aden... >>

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I Bought this Stock Based on a Single Word
This little-known management group's last 7 projects averaged 10,600% gains...
and they've just pulled off their latest — and biggest — deal yet.
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Sometimes, a single word is worth more than a thousand pages of financial reports and analyst opinions.
Let me illustrate for you...
In 2002, a little-heard-of management firm took over three tiny oil and mineral exploration companies located in points around the globe where you wouldn't send your mother-in-law:
  • One was an oil explorer with properties in the Middle East market cap in 2002: $4 million – shares trading at 45 cents.
  • Another was a petroleum company operating in Russia market cap in 2002:  $13.5 million – shares trading at 55 cents.
  • The third was a gold mining company operating in Western Africa – market cap in 2002:  $45 million – trading at $1.35 per share.
Four years later, they sold the first company for $16 per share – market cap:  $750 million  gains:  18,750%.
Two years after that, they unloaded the second one at $31.50/share – market cap:  $1.9 billion  gains:  14,074%.
Two years after that, they sold the third for $30.50/share – market cap: $8.98 billion  gains: 19,955%.
In total, this management firm took on 7 of these development projects in the last 9 years – average returns on those 7 projects: 10,600%.
That's not a typo or a misplaced decimal point.
These 7 companies grew, on average, by a factor of over 100 from their initial 2002 market cap. And that's just an average.
One of these 7 lucky companies started off as a $2.1 million microcap; another was at just $4.6 million when this management group took the reins...
Today they're worth $2.4 billion and $5.4 billion respectively.
That means that every dollar you invested in 2002 would have yielded you a return of $1,142 and $1,173.
Of course, not all 7 stocks did quite as well...
The worst performer of the group rose a mere 1,608%.
Overall, this legendary management company turned $204.4 million dollars into a staggering $21.67 billion.
So when I heard that this management company had made another acquisition earlier this year — by far their biggest project yet — I knew we were in for something unprecedented.
I literally needed to know nothing else about this investment other than the fact that this legendary management firm had taken over operations.
You see, this time we weren't dealing with a microcap mineral or oil explorer...
What we're looking at what could easily become the world's next Chevron, BP — even Exxon.
The plan was massive any way you looked at it:
Over 124,000 square miles of never-before-developed property were on the table...
A piece of oil-rich land about the size of New Mexico was going to be split up among just a couple oil companies — and with it, an estimated 71.1 billion barrels of crude whose raw resource value today stands at $69 trillion.
Here's where it gets really interesting, though: Billion-dollar names like Apache and Tullow and Anadarko have also signed contracts for blocks of land within this 124,000 territory.
The oil company this management group took over, however — with a market cap of just $330 million — was the smallest of the bunch.
And here's the kicker...
Despite this company's small size, their chunk of this 124,000-square-mile development zone is anything but.
In fact, when all is said and done, this growing oil company will hold one of the biggest shares of what is probably the very last major land-based crude deposit left untapped...anywhere on the planet.
You're about to learn everything you need to know about this incredible management group which has made a name starting some of the fastest growing and most successful oil exploration firms in history.
More importantly, I'll tell you about their latest project — and the details of a move they're about to make to leverage their huge position into profits of up to 2,040% annually for the next thirty years...
A profit flow which will start as early as November of this year.
But before I get to all that, I want to give you an inside look into the secret plot thisquarter-trillion-dollar cartel cooked up to divide what is almost certainly the last great land-based oil deposit on earth.

Geology Has No Borders
"East Africa is experiencing one of the highest levels of investment in the world right now — but we're only seeing the beginning." 
 New York Times
Earlier this year, I bought my way into a covert meeting of some of the most powerful oil execs in the world.
It cost me about $10,000 out of pocket to get there and to make it past security, but I flew commercial.
God only knows how many millions the rest of the attendees, many of whom arrived on their private Gulf Streams and Learjets, spent on this week-long meeting.
It happened at the only four-star hotel in Nairobi, Kenya... behind closed doors and away from the prying eyes of the press.
And for good reason: This meeting was never supposed to be public information.
However, unbeknownst to the CEOs, COOs, and big-dollar corporate geological consultants who were in attendance, there was one financial journalist present when the doors of the conference room were shut and latched...
Yours truly.
They had intended for that number to be zero, because in the next couple years, the land development deal they were there to finalize will shift the balance of power of the global energy market.
But they didn't want anyone to know that just yet.
You see, Africa's got a reputation for being a backward, unindustrialized backwater — on a continental scale.
What many don't know, however, is that Western Africa supplies 12% of the world's global annual crude oil demand.
With four OPEC nations inside its borders (Algeria, Angola, Nigeria and Libya), Africa is second only to the Middle East in terms of membership in this nearly omnipotent cartel.
But while North and West Africa crank out almost 6 million barrels of crude per day, East Africa is hardly on the map at all.
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All this is about to change forever...
Because not only have major production operations sprung up in the Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the last five years, effectively moving the oil frontier east...
But major natural gas deposits were confirmed off the coasts of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania just last year.
And as anybody who's studied fossil fuel geology knows, where there is natural gas, there are also crude oil deposits close by.
The most compelling evidence that East Africa is holding some of the world's richest fossil fuel resources goes back loooong before the natural gas strike and the recent expansions in West African production.
You see, scientists have known for years that much of East Africa shares the same basic geology as the region on the opposite side of the Gulf of Aden...

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Land which is today occupied by Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and the biggest oil empire of them all, Saudi Arabia.
If you look at the diagram below, paying special attention to the fossil fuel deposits highlighted in red, you'll see the basic concept behind what happened here millions of years ago:
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Up until 18 million years ago, East Africa and the Arab Middle East were joined.

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When the rift formed, the continents drifted apart, taking the oil with them...
Discoveries in North and Western Africa began to confirm these suspicions 30 years ago, but it wasn't until last year that Tullow Oil's natural gas strike off the coast of Tanzania finally made it clear to the execs what geologists had known for decades...
East African geology isn't just similar to the geology which gave the Saudi Royal families the legendary Marib-Shabwa and Sayun-Masila Basins.
It's the same geology.
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Now, to the bigwigs at this Nairobi conference, all this news was a mixed blessing.
Representing companies that have made some of the biggest discoveries the industry's ever seen over the last thirty years, it's their job to find new oil...
And with East Africa, they're about to chalk up another victory — a major one.
However, it will also most likely be the last cheap oil any of them ever find. Because as the world's mainstay oil deposits gradually dry up, the industry has no choice but to start seeking out harder-to-reach pockets of crude.
Evidence of this comes from the vast number of off-shore oil drilling platforms that have popped up in recent years...
In fact, while the rest of U.S. production has fallen by 50% since the 1980s, offshore oil production has risen to account for 1/3 of the total national output — double what it was relative to 20 years ago.
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This is especially alarming when you consider the cost of operating these offshore platforms has gone up 530% since 2001.

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On top of that, at an average cost of $100 million, each of these rigs is about 1,000 times the cost of a typical conventional well... and that's before you even factor in the $1 million/day operating overhead.
But progress cannot be stopped.
And each year, more and more of these platforms are built and positioned.
Leading the charge is the United States, whose own conventional land-based deposits peaked in the 70s. The rest of the oil-producing world isn't far behind.
As the easy-to-reach resources are used up, there is simply no alternative but to go farther out to sea, drill deeper, and take more risks.
The results of this you and I know personally: rising prices at the pump... rising prices of any goods requiring transportation... rising prices to heat and cool your house.
So a massive, shallow-lying, land-based crude deposit couldn't have come soon enough.
And not just for the oil exploration firms — but for all of us who rely on cheap oil.
There is, however, another reason we should consider ourselves all lucky. And it's got nothing to do with geology  and everything to do with the nation hosting our secretive little meeting...

Investors Are Already Here
Just to give you an idea of how serious the men at the conference are about setting up shop in Kenya, here's a fact for you:
Kenya is a nation of about 225,000 square miles. Of that, the cartel which took over the Hilton Nairobi will own close to 124,000 square miles. That's more than 55% of the country's total landmass.
Doing that in the United States would require the private leasing and development of all the land west of Omaha, Nebraska.
Now remember, this cartel consists of companies as large as 48-billion-dollar Apache...
Together, the members are worth well over $150 billion. So if anybody is up for the job, they are.
But here's the really intriguing part:
The Canadian-based oil explorer I've been hinting at this whole time — with a market cap less than 2% of Apache's — has singlehandedly secured over 32,600 square miles of this territory, a full 26% of the total land acquisition — making them the single biggest shareholder in this 124,000 square mile development zone.
If you look at the highly confidential block map below, you'll actually see the parcels:

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You'll also notice the figure next to the surface area, the percentage share.
Now, I know what you're going to say: So they really don't have exclusive reign over this potentially priceless real estate?
Well, here's where it gets even more interesting.
You see, with a market cap of only $330 million, this exploration company isn't big enough to thoroughly exploit a landmass the size of the state of Indiana.
So to maximize efficiency and profitability, they've partnered with another company thatis big enough.
Those share values I mentioned don't represent the percentage of the parcel my new pick owns, but rather the royalties they'll be collecting from the production. And as you can see, that figure isn't small.
With rights to as much as 67% of the earnings that come out of this land, this small but brilliantly-run company will literally be sitting back and collecting checks while their partner does all the work.
So who is this mysterious big-name partner?
Well, that may actually be the best news of all...
Because the company that will developing and managing this massive property on behalf of my new recommendation is none other than $19 billion exploration giant Tullow Oil.
In the world of fossil fuel exploration, sweetheart deals like this come around maybe once in a career...
A giant, world-acclaimed outfit doing all the work so that their tiny partner can rake in unheard-of profits.
To figure out exactly what kinds of returns you can expect, the math is pretty simple:
If the USGS is anywhere near correct, and this region contains 71 billion barrels...
Then my company's holdings would contain in the neighborhood of 19 billion of those barrels.
At an average royalty rate of 50% on that resource, at today's prices, my company will stand to profit close to $923 billion of this project — almost 3,000 times their current market cap!
But let's do away with any optimism and see what kind of numbers we're dealing with if things don't turn out quite so well:
Let's say the USGS is way off on their figures based on preliminary drill test results. They overestimated the total deposit by a factor of five. Let's also assume that it will take 30 years for Tullow to produce and refine the resource...
Even with 50% royalties, those unrealistically low figures still translate into annual gains equivalent to 20.4 times my company's current total value — or profits of 2,040% each and every year for the next three decades.
Sounds incredible, right?
Well, it's not.
You see, at the heart of this deal isn't just the land or the incredible partnership with Tullow...
It's the management dream team that I've been talking about from the start.
As I already mentioned to you, they've pulled off record-breaking successes before.
Here's a list of those 7 projects, along with the returns the generated:

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Out of seven companies, The Lundin Group is averaging returns in excess of 10,600% over a nine-year period!
That amounts to annual gains of 1,180% — and it doesn't even account for the shorter hold periods of the three massively-profitable buyouts that this team worked out between 2006 and 2010...
The absolute worst performer of the bunch brought a 1,600% return, while the best made investors $1,173 for every dollar invested!
Just imagine... a mere $852 investment in 2002 would be worth $1 million today! 
Again, this is not a typo.
The management group behind my latest oil exploration pick has made a world-renown name out of turning small startups into multi-billion-dollar monsters. They were literally the only guys in the business who could have put a property package of this size and value under such a small and efficient corporate umbrella.
So now you know why the $10,000 investment to get into the meeting where I learned this all — before the start of production — was a bargain.
Once production begins — and this news hits the covers of the Wall Street Journal and this company's CEO starts getting interviewed by Forbes and Fortune Magazine — the information won't be worth a dime.
It's the definition of an explosive opportunity.
And it's exactly the sort of play I've built my career on.
The Bigger the Trouble, the Bigger the Paychecks

My name is Christian DeHaemer. I'm the investment director and editor-in-chief of theCrisis and Opportunity investment newsletter.
Before I continue, I'd like you to read a quote that sums up everything I know about investing:
"The time to buy is when there's blood in the streets."
Credited to Baron Rothschild, patriarch of the legendary Rothschild banking family who made a fortune buying into the panic following Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, this old quote has never been more true than it is today.
In times when investors are scared and the markets are unstable, I become confident, hungry, and — most of all — aggressive.
It's a policy that's worked for me for almost two decades now.
In that time, we've seen three wars, two tech bubbles, the housing bubble, skyrocketing oil prices, plunging oil prices, and the subprime mortgage crisis...
And I've made money on them all.
Just look at a small sample list of my past recommendations:

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If you read that list closely, you'll notice that each and every play belongs to an industry that's seen major downswings in recent history: tech, banking, biotech, dot-com.
They've all reeled from their own specific recessions — not to mention the aftermath of 2007's mortgage crisis, which trickled down to affect everything.
There are also many other open positions like this that I can't show you for the sake of confidentiality, but they're still earning my readers gains.
Regardless of whether they're open or closed, though, the patterns hold true. On each and every one of these pullbacks — as well as dozens of smaller implosions affecting individual companies — I've waited, invested heavily, and made boatloads.
I'm not alone in this, folks...
Buying low is what we all want to do; I'm just good at knowing when to stop stockpiling beans and when to start calling in buy orders with my broker.
Lately, I've been finding more and more of these amazing deals in places where you'd never have thought to look just a few years ago.
It's only natural for things like this to happen when historic suppliers of a commodity start to run out.
That makes me a bit of a fanatic when it comes to emerging markets, especially after the successes I've given my readers...
Last year, for example, I made one of the best recommendations of my career when I picked a Mongolian oil company:
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It was a quiet stock when I first recommended it. But I knew where it was headed... I was as sure of it as I am the sun will rise each morning.
And like clockwork, it went from $.49 to $2.70 inside of three weeks!
If you don't believe me, you should check it out for yourself. The company is North American-based Petro Matad, Inc.
Take a look at their stock history over the past 15 months and you'll see that I'm not exaggerating.
A reader who'd put $5,000 into that stock the day I recommended it would have had $27,550 within a month's time. Not bad for a couple clicks on the computer, or a couple minutes on the phone with some guy wearing suspenders and a tie...
But I'll say this right now: This new one is going to make last year's success look mild by comparison.
With crude prices growing almost as fast as I write my updates, this newest oil play might turn into the biggest energy investment of my career — and of your investment life.
It's the sort of opportunity that I hold out for to write about in my Crisis and Opportunity investment advisory.
Because while 100%, 200%, even 500% and 600% gainers might be a fairy tale for other analysts, they're what my readers have come to expect.
But don't take my word for it...
Here's what readers like you have already said:

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As you can see, making money for my readers is as easy as following my basic, step-by-step instructions.
Those who listen to me tend to make profits they'd never dreamed possible from mainstream wealth management advisories and services. And best of all, they do so on a regular basis.
But let's get down to reality for a moment...
For consistent gains like the kind you've just seen — made from stock plays that the big boys on Wall Street probably won't even hear about until they see the write-up on the front page of the Wall Street Journal...
How much would you expect to pay?
I can tell you right now that a membership in a leading hedge fund requires a standard minimum of a $100,000 investment — not to mention annual maintenance fees and commissions that eat up between 2% of your stake and 20% of your profits!
That's potentially hundreds of thousands you need to spend just to get your foot in the door...
And there's still no guarantee you'll make any money with these guys.
In fact, in 2009, when the Dow Jones gained 16% across the board... the world's 1,658 hedge funds (which are all tracked and indexed by Barclays) averaged a measly 24.1% gain.
The following year, when the Dow rose just 9%, my portfolio did 54% in average gains across 32 stock picks.

And because my hold times tend to be short, that translates into an annualized gain of 307%.
And remember — that was Crisis and Opportunity's first year out.
This year, we're already set to shatter that record!
I don't ask for a $100,000 investment or hundreds of thousands in fees and commissions for the privilege of making you money.
So that brings us back to the question: What's a service like this worth?
$5,000? $10,000?
Not even close... even though it would still be a bargain at either of those rates.
You can join Crisis and Opportunity today — for a full year — for just $995.
You'll probably make that amount back several times over in your first trade alone.
Less than a thousand bucks gives you instant access to the full benefits of one of the best track records available to the investment community today. I'm telling you right now it's the greatest bargain you'll ever see.

But it's more than just that: It's a bargain that comes with a guarantee...
If for any reason at all you're not 100% satisfied with the service, with the performance of the stocks, or if you just wake up one morning and decide that you don't like guys of Flemish descent...

I'll refund 100% your subscription charge — no questions asked.
There's zero risk to you.
And your profits are yours to keep.
I know what you're going to say: $995 isn't exactly chump change — not today, anyway. I understand this all too well, and I want to keep things fair...
Which is why right now, I'm offering a quarterly option for CAO.
Sign up today and get billed automatically every three months for $279.
The same 100% money-back guarantee stays in place, but your initial cash outlay is slashed by 72%.

Most guys in my business would blush just hearing about an offer like this, but I do it with a straight face and without a single reservation...
Because I know that once you see your results, chances are slim you'll ever consider asking for your money back.  
There's just too much to gain.
Within a month or two, you'll be writing me emails like these...

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But that's not all there is to this deal...
Join us today and you'll get immediate access to my brand-new report — "Stealing from King Saud: Learn Where 2.24 Billion Barrels of Middle Eastern Oil Wound Up" — detailing everything you need to know about the tiny mining company about to take the reins of the emerging East Africa Oil industry.
You'll also get the following bonus reports:
  • "Cold War Oil Rediscovered: Last-Chance Oil Profits in Mongolia" — Learn about one of my all-time favorite oil plays and cash in on oil that was once the personal property of Joseph Stalin.
  • "Beyond Silver and Gold" — As inflation takes hold, find out how the richest Americans are protecting their savings and growing their wealth with one simple but commonly-overlooked industrial metals stock.
PLUS as additional features of my advisory, you'll also receive:
  1. Buy/Sell Alerts — Specific instructions on exactly how and when to buy and sell your positions
  2. Instant updates — News updates for existing recommendations, complete with detailed reports and analyses of what to expect
  3. Brand-new Recommendations — Delivered to your inbox the moment they appear in my portfolio
It's a full-service investment advisory, and it's custom-built to deliver information exactly when you need it, exactly where you'll have the fastest access — all for less than the price of your daily cup of coffee...
Not much at all when you consider that in return, you're getting an investment strategy built on a company which, in the next few years, could go from a $1.80 stock to a multi-billion-dollar giant as an entirely new region of the planet is developed for oil production.
It's a price point we established at the peak of the recession...
And it's almost certain that we'll have to reconsider it very soon.
I am facing a problem here. You see, Crisis and Opportunity is currently being offered for such a bargain that we're very quickly approaching the limit of my membership allotment...
New members will likely have to pay a premium for access to my portfolio in the very near future.
If you think it's out of greed, think again...
I've made more than enough in the markets over the years to never have to worry about regular income for the rest of my life.
My concern is that, with a file too big — and with too many readers hitting my recommendations the moment they're published — profits can and will be diluted for everyone.
At this point in my career, it's much more important to me to create a valuable product. And I simply will not jeopardize what I've accomplished in the name of sheer volume.
In the case of this particular stock, I'm taking a further precaution and limiting admission to the file to just 200 new members.
This opportunity is simply too valuable to allow any more investors access to it.
I may re-release the report at a later time, but probably not before the stock at least doubles or triples.
So this may be your only chance to get access to my Crisis and Opportunity investment advisory for the "recession rate" of $995/year or $279/quarterly.
I dare you to find anything with this sort of value, convenience, and proven track record anywhere else — with a 30-day, no-questions-asked, iron-clad money-back guarantee to boot.
Whatever you do, though, do it fast.
Because while I might wait...
My favorite new oil company won't.
Invest well,


Christian DeHaemer
Investment Director, Crisis and Opportunity

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P.S. On or around November 22nd of this year, two rigs are scheduled to begin an aggressive round-the-clock drilling campaign. Between seven and ten wells will be drilled and operating by the end of next year. I do NOT expect many more updates from the board of directors before this happens, which means that we're already in no-man's-land as far as stock price. Do not, I repeat, do not wait for news of the drilling to become public. You're already on borrowed time as it is...

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