Energy Resources believes that conventional and non-conventional reserves* will be integral to fulfilling global energy needs for economic development for decades to come. Our role is to create investment vehicles to insure the public's participation in our profitable extraction and delivery; while utilizing the most environmentally and socially responsible ways possible.
Our objectives include intensive market intelligence and property analysis to commercially develop, operate and market the resources and associated infrastructure for the sustainable benefit of our clients and the global community.
Energy Resources views the North American energy sector as one of the most critical components to the North American economy. Thus, provides significant opportunities for investment, production and supply of advanced technologies to facilitate increased production.
Energy Resources was created to focus on the recovery of hydrocarbon reserves through market intelligence + market analysis, acquisitions and project development with a major emphasis on mature and marginal field enhancement, developmental exploitation drilling and production opportunities.
Energy Resources is proud to offer investor's strong energy based investment programs, with both sustainable cash-flow and capital appreciation as pivotal criteria's.
*Conventional oil and gas, or the term of conventional resources, applies to oil and gas which can be extracted, after the drilling operations, just by the natural pressure of the wells and pumping or compression operations. After the depletion of maturing fields, the natural pressure of the wells may be too low to produce significant quantities of oil and gas. Different techniques may be used to boost production, mainly water and gas injection or depletion compression, but these oil and gas fields will still be conventional resources.
Un-Conventional Reserves are a type of petroleum that is produced or obtained through techniques other than traditional oil well extraction. Unconventional oil production is commonly seen as more costly than conventional oil production, less efficient, and is likely to cause more environmental damage. This is because unconventional oil is considered “heavier” and requires more complex procedures to process.