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One of the Biggest Stories the Energy World’s Never Heard About

One of the Biggest Stories the Energy World’s Never Heard About

The next big thing for the junior E&P sector isn’t going to be shale—it’s going to be underwater unconventional drilling.

Big things are happening in the Outer Continental Shelf—the shallow-water portion of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

Two critical—but under-appreciated—developments have just happened here. One that points to a paradigm shift in offshore development. And a second that shows how some of the world’s most prominent energy investors are jumping to capitalize—even if the wider investment community hasn’t picked up on the potential yet.

Offshore Horizontal DrillingEvent 1: We just got results for the first modern horizontal drilling campaign in the Gulf of Mexico Shelf.

The success of this pilot drilling program is one of the most exciting developments in the offshore (and perhaps in the entire U.S. E&P sector) in years. But the future potential for offshore horizontals is even more enrapturing.

In Friday’s Inside Opportunities Report we give you the whole story on these recent developments and what this means for the sector. We also show you two small companies that should see huge gains from these advances and why we believe they deserve a place in your portfolio. (As I mentioned above, the wider investment community isn’t aware of these advances, or the companies that stand to benefit the most. So now is the time to get on board.)

Click here to receive this report for Free on Friday

Best regards,

Chris Melonie
Senior Editor




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