Jan. 3, 2017 / Dallas, Texas / E&P
In the business world significant news does not always appear in headlines, yet it makes a profound impact. The oil and gas industry embodies a prime example. Even though extraordinary technological advancements have occurred in E&P and operating efficiency over the last few years, another key development has actually flown under the radar. Simultaneous with the technology explosion is the global revolution in the financial industry, also enabled by technology and aptly named Financial Technology or FINTECH.
Comprising several different components such as mobile payments, money transfers, consumer loans, asset management and capital acquisition, one component of the FINTECH revolution is particularly advantageous to the oil and gas industry: access to capital. Recent changes by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in May 2016 created an entirely new addition to the capital stack...Read Full Article on E&P Mag
Nov. 4, 2016 / Dallas, Texas / Rigzone
The passage of the JOBS Act and oil price downturn proved to be good things for Crudefunders, an online crowdfunding portal that offered direct investment in oilfield projects.
Last year, Rigzone spoke with Crudefunders in an article that explored the potential of crowdfunding in the oil and gas industry. Since that time, a lot of changes have happened at Crudefunders, David Taylor, co-founder of Crudefunders, told Rigzone.
The JOBS Act, which took effect May 16 of this year, allowed Crudefunders to offer investment opportunities across the United States to investors who lived around the country. Prior to the JOBS Act, Crudefunders had operated under an intrastate exemption, meaning that only Texas-based companies that had 80 percent of their revenues originating in the state and Texas-based investors could participate in the platform...Read Full Article on Rigzone
Oct. 10, 2016 / Dallas, Texas / Yahoo! Finance
"Previously, only a small group of extremely wealthy individuals had the ability to invest in projects like these," said David Taylor, cofounder of Crudefunders. "Today, anyone can invest in an E&P project, thanks to the passing of Reg CF under the JOBS Act. With oil prices where they are, if the well hits, the opportunity for our investors to make significant return on investment is probable."
Crudefunders is open to any U.S. citizen, is free to join, and requires no credit checks. Investors can own a piece of an oil well – and its potential profit – for as little as $1,000 per project. Payouts to investors can begin as quickly as 90 days following the well's proven success.
Crudefunders is backed by a team of industry veterans who thoroughly analyze all potential projects before making them available to investors and only works with credible independent oil and gas companies. The company provides transparency into well and project dynamics, as well as the tools needed to learn about the industry to its more than 4,000 registered investors.
Those interested in becoming an investor with Crudefunders can find additional information online at click here.Read on Yahoo! Finance
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