Cash Flow

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Cash Flow

Oil and Gas Wells pay out on a monthly basis. In many cases wells can send the monthly income out for decades. As mentioned above the 2 variables that impact the cash flow are the production volume and pricing. It is not uncommon for a wells production to pay out many multiples of the initial investment.

Depending on the location of the reservoir and the type of well, the investment can have a faster payback or it can it can be a long term investment that sends out revenue for decades with minimal decline. As an individual investor make sure that the company you invest with has a balanced portfolio of assets that can provide both scenarios for diversification.

This is a great time to invest in oil and gas drilling because we are experiencing an energy boom in the United States and price can really work to your advantage by multiplying your return on investment as commodity prices lift. Since oil and natural gas are a finite resource and the demand for the commodities is so high there is a tremendous amount of room for growth in your investments. Especially since drilling costs are much lower than we have seen in a very long time.

Whenever possible look for your investment opportunities with the operator of the well vs. purchasing the investment from a non operator as this can increase the cost of the investment which in turn impacts the rate of return.