U.S. Energy Investment Services

The prospects for excellent returns from a direct investment in domestic wells are the best in many years with annual returns exceeding all time highs.

U.S. Energy Investment Services will send you information regarding the strongest performing direct investment opportunities with the finest established domestic oil and gas producers, currently seeking investors for direct participation in multiple oil well and gas programs in proven domestic oil and gas fields, this includes Green Fuel and other alternative fuel solutions.

U.S. Energy Investment Services will send you details on the finest established U.S. Oil and Gas firms, with proven track records of drilled successful producing Oil and Gas wells all over the USA. Fill out the Energy Investor Evaluation to receive details about these firms current direct participation opportunities.

Tax Incentives
Under the current tax code, the most favored investment is drilling for oil and gas. Development of natural gas and oil from domestic reserves helps to make our country more self sufficient by reducing our dependence on foreign imports so Congress provides tax incentives to stimulate this production by private sources. Many investments, which were previously thought of as tax shelters were reclassified under the Tax Reform Act of 1986 as “passive” activities (a business in which the taxpayer does not actively participate). The significant exception to this rule is drilling for oil and natural gas. It is specifically stated as NOT being a passive activity.

So what does this mean to you?

It means that as an investor in oil and gas drilling, one would have significant tax write offs. The first and largest write off is the Intangible Drilling Costs (IDC). Intangible Drilling Costs are expenses that are incurred during the drilling and developing of a well such as labor, testing, geological studies etc. Equipment, however, is excluded, as it is tangible. Usually 70-80% of the investment pays for intangible drilling costs and these can be written off in the year that they occur. Tangible Costs include well equipment and is depreciated over a 7 year period.

As each project and each company is structured differently, please see your personal tax advisors to see how these apply to your particular situation.