U.S. Energy Assets LLC

U.S. Energy Assets LLC building wealth one asset at a time.

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U.S. Energy Assets LLC

Oil and Gas Exploration… Oil and Gas Royalties… Real Estate… Water Separation and Purification

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U.S. Energy Assets LLC

Assets in the Bakken Shale and Eagle Ford Shale.

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U.S. Energy Assets LLC

The New “Water Barons”: Wall Street Mega-Banks are Buying up the World’s Water and so are we.

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U.S. Energy Assets LLC

Water… Our most precious commodity… will be our greatest asset

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Why Invest in Oil & Gas Royalties

While oil and gas royalties are not as common an investment vehicle as stocks and bonds may be, they offer unique and highly competitive benefits that can make them attractive to accredited investors.


Reliable Income. Long considered a “mailbox investment,” royalties are paid first from a well’s pre-expensed production revenue. Royalty owners typically receive 20-25% of cash flow after production taxes have been paid.

Long-term Passive Income. Royalty payments are made for as long as an asset produces, which can be upwards of forty years or more in some fields.

No Expense and/or Liability. Royalty owners are not subject to capital calls or operator assessments; they are not responsible for any costs associated with the drilling of wells nor costs related to production, transportation, marketing, and/or ongoing maintenance of oil and gas properties. In addition, Royalty owners bear no drilling or operating liabilities.

Tax Advantages. Royalty owners enjoy a depletion allowance which waives income taxes on the first 15% of royalty income on an annual basis.

Capital Gains Tax Deferral. As ‘like-kind property’, oil and gas royalties are eligible for IRC-1031 Exchanges, which provides capital gains tax relief for real estate and energy investors. Click here to learn more.

Asset Value Appreciation Potential. The oil and gas industry is currently in an extended pricing downturn, making the entry costs of asset acquisition lower than what has been seen in years. For investors, this equals the potential to enjoy greater upside as pricing stabilizes and/or returns to the higher numbers seen in the recent past. While pricing will continue to fluctuate, many experts agree that today’s lower commodities pricing represents an attractive opportunity to enter or expand one’s position in the energy industry.


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Any savvy investor knows that it would be impossible
to ignore oil and gas as part of your investment portfolio.

Our U.S. Energy Assets team has been involved in the oil and gas sector for several decades. Because of our experience, we typically get asked what are the criteria used in evaluating whether an oil and gas project is a good investment opportunity.

Unfortunately, very rarely do we get asked what are some of the things to avoid when considering oil and gas investments.

U.S. Energy Assets is committed to the highest ethical standards and establishing longstanding relationships through honesty, integrity and professionalism.

We are not a drilling company. We are an oil and gas investment company and along with our investors we acquire assets in the most prolific income producing properties in America. Our focus now is in the Bakken Shale in North Dakota, the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas and the Barnett Shale in North Texas.

We only buy into the most profitable wells in the nation and right now we have investment opportunities in the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas.


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The Top Things To Consider Or Avoid

The top things to Consider are as follows when investing in Oil & Gas; Company history, Background/success rate of development area, When/How often do I get paid, Tax benefits, and Diversification… For more click here.

The top things to Avoid, here are some suggestions when investing; Wildcat wells/speculation, Company has no “skin in the game”, Re-entering pre-existing wells or new wells, and Single well programs… For more click here.


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