These are some of the main reasons why you should consider O&G joint ventures. What follows is a candid explanation of what oil and gas joint ventures are, what types of investors may benefit from them, and what to look for in the offering company. It also explains why you should contact Eratz Investments to discuss them further.
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In simple terms, it is a partner owned business entity that actively participates in oil and gas production by drilling oil and gas wells. If all goes "according to plan" (producing well), the partners increase their net worth and monthly income. In the "worst case scenario" (dry hole), they can write off most of the investment against income for tax purposes.
Oil and gas joint ventures have been around for years and have a checkered past. Historically, disreputable promoters, unreliable and bad operators, periodic boom/bust in oil prices and the public's misunderstanding of the industry/risks have all contributed to investor skepticism.
Today's joint ventures have come a long way in overcoming these negatives. Yes, risks still exist (as in every business opportunity) but they are more than offset by potential returns. Your challenge as an investor is selecting the right company to partner with.
Thousands of individuals each year invest in joint ventures. In general, they are: