If you are looking for an investment opportunity that has high price predictability and an almost certain future of increased prices that may contribute to your wealth growth, you should consider investing in oil and gas. The investment opportunity presented by oil and gas is occurring because of a convergence of a number of factors:
- Depleting supplies leading to global peak oil. Within the next 20-30 years, it is predicted that we will reach peak oil. From that point forward, the investment opportunity in oil and gas will dwindle with supplies. Only those investors who are well-positioned to take advantage of the decreased supplies by having a stake in the remaining producing wells will benefit from this peak. T. Boone Pickens has been quoted as saying, “We’re going to have shortages and prices are going to go up. Gasoline is going to be extremely tight for us.” Now is the time to consider the potential of this investment opportunity.
- Increasing demand. Even as most countries attempt to become more energy efficient and seek alternative sources of energy, the demand for oil and gas continues to increase. 2010 closed with the largest increase in demand for oil over the last three decades. The IEA predicts that the global demand for oil will exceed 105 million barrels per day by 2030, making oil an enormous investment opportunity.
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- Better technology. Rather than allow the increased demand to financially benefit the middle east and other oil producing countries, accredited investors are in the unique position to seize the investment opportunity presented to use recently developed sophisticated technology to improve well production in America. The advancements that have been made in finding and drilling for oil means that smaller, independent oil companies can offer an extraordinary investment opportunity to investors.
- No viable alternatives to oil. Oil is used for everything from making toothpaste and yarn to manufacturing refrigerators. Even as we develop alternative energy sources using wind, solar, water, and nuclear energy, oil will continue to be needed, both to process those energies and to produce the items consumers use every day.