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America's Next

Energy Frontier

Tech Breakthrough Opens Up
the Surprising Potential
of Utah’s Oil Sands

And it could mean good times ahead for MCW’s stock,
and early-bird investors who get in now

MCW Energy Group Limited

OTCQB: MCWEF | TSX Venture Exchange: MCW.V

The Oil: MCW Energy (MCWEF) holds the leases to an estimated 87 million barrels of recoverable oil reserves worth $4 billion at today’s prices.

The Challenge: The oil is trapped in sand. In the past, separating the oil from the sand has required vast amounts of water and has resulted in widespread environmental damage.

The Solution: MCW Energy has a patent pending on a new green technology that is designed to remove 99.9% of the oil, without using an ounce of water. Better yet, the process actually leaves the environment cleaner than when MCW arrived!

The Opportunity: Investors who get into MCW Energy now could be in for a nifty profit ride as the Company continues to tap its oil reserves and begins licensing its green technology to other companies.

Take a closer look below…

Six Reasons Why MCW Energy (MCWEF) Could Be
a Nice Profit Opportunity for Early Investors

If you’ve ever considered investing in oil stocks, then we believe you should know about MCW Energy — a Canadian oil company with terrific investment potential. Here are six things to us that set this company apart:

MCW Energy Group holds two leases in the oil sands of Utah, with an estimated 87 million barrels of recoverable reserves.

Two Leases in Oil-Rich Utah:

The Company holds two leases in Utah’s oil-rich Asphalt Ridge.

The first is 1,128 acres of oil sands located approximately 10 miles from Vernal, Utah. Vernal is the state’s main hub for oil exploration and development.

The second is 1,100 acres of oil sands at nearby Temple Mountain.

Geologists estimate that the two leases hold a combined 87 million barrels of recoverable reserves worth $4 billion at today’s prices.

In other words, it’s oil that MCW can extract at a reasonable price with technology that’s available today. And MCW owns every last drop.

Patent-Pending Green Technology for Extracting All That Oil:

Mining oil from oil sands has traditionally been a messy affair.

Most conventional methods require using three barrels of water for every barrel of oil extracted. This results in massive “tailing ponds” that leave the environment resembling a toxic wasteland.

However, MCW Energy (MCWEF) has a patent pending on a potential breakthrough technology that extracts the oil without requiring water, without releasing any waste or pollutants and without despoiling the environment.

Instead, it uses harmless, environmentally-benign solvents that literally draw 99.9% of high grade crude oil out of the sand. It’s similar to how soap washes grease off a plate.

Once the oil has been safely extracted, the clean sand is then returned to its source — minus the messy, ugly oil.

You can even grow plants in the processed sand — something that’s impossible when it’s contaminated with oil.

MCW recently opened a plant for processing its oil sands:

Utah Governor Gary Herbert and members of his staff attended the grand opening and promised MCW the state of Utah’s full support.

The plant can produce 91,250 barrels of oil a year at a cost of around $30 a barrel. That’s low enough to give MCW a nice profit despite the current oil price slump.

By comparison, the oil sands of Alberta, Canada — a scene of widespread environmental destruction — are producing oil at roughly $55 a barrel. And the cost of producing oil from shale is even higher.

MCW’s (MCWEF) successful plant opening means that plans are already underway to open an even larger plant, capable of processing 912,500 barrels of oil a year, at the Temple Mountain property.

This larger plant is expected to drive production costs down by at least 33% to just $20 a barrel, nearly doubling MCW’s profit margin at current prices.

Licensing its technology could become a hugely profitable business for MCW:

The world is covered in oil sands — and oil companies around the globe are looking for ways to tap them without ruining the environment. For example...

This spells huge opportunity because it could provide MCW (MCWEF) with a lucrative source of income from licensing its technology to companies eager to tap those reserves. In fact, this licensing could very well be worth more to MCW Energy and its shareholders than the revenue it generates from the oil itself.

It’s also possible that the technology could be used to clean up after oil spills.

For example, we believe MCW’s technology could have a made a big difference in cleaning up the beaches and swamps of Louisiana after British Petroleum's disastrous Deepwater Horizon spill.

It could also be used to clean up the ravaged landscape surrounding Alberta’s famous oil sands.

MCW’s top-notch management team is headed by CEO Dr. Gerald Bailey.

The former president of Exxon’s Arabian Gulf operations:

Low oil prices have created an oppor- tunity to get in while prices are low:

Low oil prices have scared many investors away from oil investing. Yet we blieve this is actually an opportunity to “buy low,” and possibly reap the rewards when oil prices begin rising again.

As Mike Larson, a key analyst for Weiss Research, says, “In the past, every time oil prices have fallen this low, this fast ... without exception ... they have rebounded with a speed and force that leaves investors stunned.”

Go online or call your broker today to learn more about MCW Energy Group Limited (OTCQB: MCWEF — TSX-V: MCW.V). We believe it is an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an under-the-radar company that is poised to grow significantly in the months and years ahead.

What the Experts Say...

The Utah Governor’s Office of Energy Development says, “Utah’s oil sand resource … is the largest in the United States. Utah’s oil sand deposits contain 14 to 15 billion barrels of measured in-place oil, with an additional estimated resource of 23 to 28 billion barrels.”

Bloomberg Business calls MCW Energy’s oil sands breakthrough, “a cleaner, cheaper way to exploit Utah's oil sands.”

According to the Department of Energy, “The P.R. Springs and Asphalt Ridge tar sand deposits in Uintah County, Utah, contain an estimated 15 billion barrels of bitumen and heavy oil with estimated potential reserves of 4.7 to 7.3 billion barrels.”

1Calculated at 10/14/15 price of $46.65 a barrel



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