Reef's library includes past exploration and developmental drilling projects within highly active oil and gas plays.
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Our executive and geoscience teams consist of leaders that are dedicated and committed to providing investors with energy investment opportunities that will have the potential to generate successful results.Learn More
Reef partners with major operators to utilize the latest in drilling technology such as horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing. This technology helps reduce dry hole risks and increase the likelihood of drilling productive wells.Learn More
Our business strategy is developing opportunities that go beyond providing tax benefits. The properties we acquire and develop must meet the criteria of the partnerships we form and must have the potential for profitability.Learn More
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There are many ways to invest in oil and gas including buying stock directly in an oil and gas company, oil and gas mutual funds, commodity trading, and investing directly with independent oil and gas companies like Reef Oil and Gas.
Some advantages of investing in an oil and natural gas program are potential cash flow, capital gains from the sale of interest and possible tax efficiencies.
Reef Oil and Gas Companies was formed in 1987 and has more than 25 years experience in the industry. Reef has a team of Geologists, Geophysicists, Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers and Landmen, most of which are highly-trained industry veterans with more than 30 years average experience. Reef currently owns an interest in more than 3,000 wells across the U.S.
Yes. Reef Oil and Gas partners with major operators to utilize the latest in drilling technology to reduce dry hole risks and increase the likelihood of drilling productive wells. Many of Reef’s wells today utilize horizontal drilling technology and are currently being drilled with 12-38 fracture stages. Hydraulic fracturing uses a liquid mix of water and sand and is injected into the rock at a high pressure, creating fractures in the rock that allow the oil and natural gas to flow freely to the surface. According to the EIA, U.S. oil production is expected to increase 20% because of multi-stage fracturing technology.