Here is a brief description of what we do and how we do it. It is by no means meant to be a full description and should not be interpreted as such
Drilling a well isn't that tough, but just like in real estate its all about location. Through my partsherships, ventures, and good old handshakes, over the years, I have made quite a few contacts who own good, solid sites to drill. This, coupled with data from the last century of drilling in Kentucky, gives us a firm direction on where we need to drill.
It does not matter how big a well you might hit, if you do not own a significant portion than your residual income could be small. By staying small and keeping costs down, manageable, and predictable, I can give everyone a fair, decent opportunity to make a solid, monthly return. Again, this only happens if we find oil, but by keeping costs low, we do not have to find a large well to make money.
After we find oil, it our job to sell it and send our investors their monthly portions, regardless if it a huge amount or a marginal amount of daily oil production. We then take the information that we gained from our well and apply it to the next one. History tells the future and in oil drilling it is no different.