Allied Energy Corporation (OTCMKTS: AGYP) and other domestic energy companies are leveraging their oil-producing position as the US urgently needs more oil and gas.
JP Morgan says that oil and gas energy stocks are a ‘buy’ because they are trading at a steep discount to oil futures. Other analysts say that energy stocks are just now beginning to catch up to the broader S&P 500. The time for investors to act is now as fossil fuel drilling stocks are in demand again.
For the past year, the Administration isolated fossil fuel companies. They signed no new drilling leases on federal lands in the past year. Financial institutions wouldn’t fund them. Now the tables have turned. Domestic independent drillers like AGYP are leveraging production as Crude oil reaches $120+ per barrel.
How Investors Can Profit
AGYP’s leveraged positions mean catalysts of more profits, higher prices and greater demand in an oil-short market. As the Administration cuts Russian-sourced oil, it is work looking worldwide to Iran, Saudi Arabia and even Venezuela for more.
Enter AGYP and other domestic oil and gas drillers. They are producing energy and selling at top prices. They are drilling in Texas and other US states and they are in great position. The Administration early on alienated the fossil fuel energy industry, here and overseas.
Now, AGYP should be placed on investor watch lists. Its oil sales are in great demand, fetching top prices and this company is proven at turning one-commercial wells commercial again.
Wild Swings In Global Oil Pricing, Availability
• The Administration has few places to turn. After isolating domestic drillers, it is now looking all over for more oil. Gas prices $7 and higher will affect voter turnout. Gasoline could reach $10 at the pump. Investors should see the opportunity and buy AGYP stock now.
Here Are The Catalysts For Investment In AGYP
• AGYP is transitioning to an established oil and gas producer and seller specializing in older commercial wells. It filed a production report with the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) documenting it pumped 738 barrels of oil in January.
• That total is only from one well and AGYP has hit oil from multiple wells. It has grown from an oil and gas exploration company into a driller and seller.
AGYP a $1 Million Annualized Oil Supplier
• Annualized, this total represents 738 barrels of oil x 12 = 8,856. This represents an exponential full-year value of over $1,000,000.
• Oil prices per barrel change daily. AGYP documents its success in January 2022 oil production totals by filing with the Texas Railroad Commission at webs.rcc.texas.gov./PDQ/home.do This newest report is on the site Railroad Commission of Texas.
• Earlier, AGYP tweeted it sold three loads of 160-170 barrels of oil so far in January from its Prometheus wells lease. AGYP continues to monitor production from its Well 1H in that location with the goal of increasing production.
• Now major oil producers and smaller shale fracking drillers may start oil and gas production again. Target customers are now only at home but also in Western Europe. This includes France, Germany and other states.
• The tide has turned. Oil and gas drillers were once the target of the Green Clean Energy environmentalists. Now, fossil fuel drillers are needed. Wall Street investors recognize the change. Energy industry stocks are in a sector topping the market.
Up List And Share Buybacks May Be Ahead
• AGYP has retained counsel as seeks an up list or a dual exchange listing. That means greater exposure to the international investment community.
• The Company is also considering a share buyback program to reduce its float. This is a perfect time to become an AGYP shareholder to participate in a special selling event.
AGYP, Shareholders May Benefit From International Capital Markets
It would offer AGYP greater access to the capital markets and more exposure to international energy investors.
Hired counsel will also advise AGYP on establishing an ongoing share buyback program of AGYP’s common stock. Acquisitions through private transactions will also be considered. More details on the share buyback program will be forthcoming, the Company said.
CEO Bullish On AGYP’s Future In Hot Oil Market Globally
George Montieth, CEO of AGYP, says, “Now that Allied has moved from exploration status to production and oil sales, management believes it is time to initiate the move to a higher tier exchange and institute a share-buyback program.
Put AGYP stock on your Watch List because it is very likely that energy prices of oil and gas will rise. Global prices are spiking in oil and gas.
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