Why Invest in Natural Gas

Investing in natural gas requires a high degree of research and willingness to self-educate.

If you’re read this far, you likely have the patience for research and a willingness to put in the work.

So, let’s go over some final reasons to make that first investment in natural gas.

Guesswork isn’t allowed.

With natural gas investing, you use science to minimize risk and maximize reward.

Before you ever get to deal structure or diversification, a tremendous amount of scientific knowledge has been applied to project selection.

This is an investment category that relies on the scientific method.

You aren’t guessing which boy band is going to be the next New Kids on the Block or the next N’Sync.

You aren’t guessing which dating app is going to catch on fire and become the next Tinder for the next year and a half

Using science as a way to measure and minimize risk is a key reason to seriously consider adding natural gas to your investment portfolio.,

You can structure the deal to your benefit.

Natural gas investing is for people who like to think.

Structuring the deal correctly is half the battle.

It isn’t enough just to establish production, but the deal has to make sense economically.  For that to happen, you have to negotiate a good deal.

But, negotiating a good deal can put you in a very strong position, and make your investment in natural gas pay off.

Some ideas for reducing risk in your natural gas project is to structure the deal to make payments only when success benchmarks are met or you can acquire distressed assets that can be re-worked to generate additional production for a relatively small capital investment..

ROI can be supersized.

There’s a reason oil and natural gas is a major part of the U.S. economy.

There’s a reason thousands of energy companies exist in every oil and natural gas basin in the U.S., and there’s a reason why billions of dollars get invested every year into natural gas projects.

A real estate portfolio can be dwarfed by a successful oil and natural gas investment portfolio.

That’s the reality of the situation.

When a landowner in South Texas can rent his land for $50 an acre to be used as ranch land but that same landowner can get $1,000 an acre for the right to his minerals – plus royalties – you know that the oil and natural gas folks are onto something.

Yes, oil and natural gas investing carries higher risk.  Sometimes.

But, every time you invest in a real estate deal, you do so for a much smaller projected return and the hope that the real estate market won’t crash.  By diversifying across many wells, you can reduce your risk and expose yourself to a potentially much higher ROI from your natural gas investments.

No one is advocating not investing in real estate or your “safe” stock picks and mutual funds.

But, take a part of your portfolio and place it into oil and natural gas investments to help you generate larger returns across time.

EnergyFunders lets you get into deals easier than you ever could.  You can do the following things to build a strong oil and natural gas component in your investing portfolio:

  • Find deals that will be successful in any price environment.
  • Diversify, diversify, diversify.
  • Get directly into the well.
  • See deals with unprecedented transparency.
  • Get aligned with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals on your side.

Because our source of revenue is from a carried interest in each project, we want your deals to be successful.

We are highly incentivized to only allow successful projects on the site.

We’re right there with you.

On the same team.

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