The Next SUPERSTAR STOCK in Oil & Gas!
SPRN could be next to EXPLODE, as this SPECIAL REPORT reveals.

Get in Front of the Upcoming Bull Market
With a Savvy Breakout Company That’s
Snapping Up Rare Bargains in the U.S. Heartland

Get in Front of the Upcoming Bull Market With a Savvy Breakout Company That’s Snapping Up Rare Bargains in the U.S. Heartland

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“The oil and gas demand on a global scale is on the rise at an alarming rate”
Markets and Markets
As someone who keeps an eye on the financial news, you’re already aware that the price of a barrel of oil is the cheapest it’s been in years—even if you don’t feel the full benefit when you’re filling up the car or taking a trip on a plane.

At the risk of oversimplifying the situation, the bottom line is that production in the U.S. is at a 3-decade high, and the Middle East's OPEC nations are pumping as fast as they can. Supply has increased and demand has slowed. And don’t forget about the strong U.S. dollar.

For the savvy investor, low prices have actually created a ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME opportunity to make money in oil and gas stocks…

Yes, it’s counterintuitive, but here’s why: The drop in oil price from above $100 per barrel to around half that has also caused oil and gas well lease prices to decline dramatically.

For smart, strategic companies in the exploration and production sector, like the below-the-radar pick our analysts have identified as the basis of this special report, it might just be the easiest money they’ve made in 3 decades. They’re acquiring assets at an astounding discount—in some cases, just pennies on the dollar!
“The oil and gas demand on a global scale is on the rise at an alarming rate”
Markets and Markets
The Next Star in Oil & Gas:
Supernova Energy
SPRN:OTC
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Industry:
Oil & Gas Exploration
Float:
6.57M
Shares Outstanding:
6.82 M
Investor Contact:
Let's face it, oil can’t possibly remain priced at today's low levels forever.

According to Catherine Hetrick, senior analyst at InvesTech Research, “The worldwide glut in oil production currently exceeds demand by about 2 million barrels day.”

As the result of low prices, the unintended consequence is that production projects have been canceled and delayed left and right.
SPRN:OTC $+ml id="
Industry:
Oil & Gas Exploration
Float:
6.57M
Shares Outstanding:
6.82 M
Investor Contact:
THE UP-AND-COMING
Mississippian Lime
Supernova’s oil and gas projects are located in the Mississippian Lime region in southern Kansas—which has drawn interest from larger oil and gas companies, notably Chesapeake Energy, Devon Energy and Sandridge Exploration and Production LLC, one of the largest producer in Kansas.

The shallow, high-permeability, high-porosity, oil- and gas-liquids-rich Mississippi Lime lies beneath some 6.5 million acres in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. Advantages of this region include:
  • low drilling and service costs
  • high liquids content
  • existing infrastructure, and
  • strong recoverable reserve volumes.
Other outstanding economics of this region are also due to:
  • favorable lease terms
  • high-quality oil
  • readily available water, and
  • water disposal formations.
When oil and gas demand and prices inevitably go back up, however, there will be an elite group of companies that managed to exploit this quirk in the markets.

One small-cap company just shot to the top of our watchlist: Supernova Energy Inc. (SPRN:OTC), an American-based oil and gas production and exploration company with key holdings in Kansas and Kentucky with the possibility of expanding into neighboring states such as Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Colorado.

Their goal is to acquire economical leases in known oil and gas formations with low costs of recovery. Overproduction of oil, high debt, and declining revenue, forced many small players to liquidate assets at steep discounts.

Basically, it's been a fire sale.

And Supernova Energy has been there, ready to snap up the bargains. Their criteria is simple:
  • focus on oil-friendly states in the heartland of the U.S.
  • viable production at current prices per barrel
  • projected low production costs going forward
  • cash flows normally associated with higher-risk projects, but with minimal exposure to similar failure rates
This approach allows them to minimize political and financial risks typically associated with oil producers. With a solid list of oil and gas assets at extreme value already in their portfolio, SPRN is well on their way to exploiting the temporary aberration in the market.
THE UP-AND-COMING
Mississippian Lime
Supernova’s oil and gas projects are located in the Mississippian Lime region in southern Kansas—which has drawn interest from larger oil and gas companies, notably Chesapeake Energy, Devon Energy and Sandridge Exploration and Production LLC, one of the largest producer in Kansas.

The shallow, high-permeability, high-porosity, oil- and gas-liquids-rich Mississippi Lime lies beneath some 6.5 million acres in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas. Advantages of this region include:
  • low drilling and service costs
  • high liquids content
  • existing infrastructure, and
  • strong recoverable reserve volumes.
Other outstanding economics of this region are also due to:
  • favorable lease terms
  • high-quality oil
  • readily available water, and
  • water disposal formations.
“We will all wake up one day and there will be all this demand and insufficient supply, and the cycle begins again”
Kelley Wright
A Two-Part Strategic Acquisition Approach
Going forward, SPRN plans to acquire majority ownership in leases with historical production or minimal current production—the perfect opportunity to re-enter and re-work the existing wells for secondary recovery. In particular, this includes deepening acidized or fracturing wells to increase production.
Their target strategy is primarily small-to-medium-size leases, between 40-700 acres each with drill targets of 2-15 wells per lease.
In addition, their secondary acquisition strategy includes minority ownership lease acquisitions in cooperation with proven partners—giving them access larger oil fields and more extensive drill programs.
Why You Need to Consider “The Big Picture” Facts
SPRN’s CURRENT PORTFOLIO
Supernova Energy, Inc., owns 87 oil, gas, and salt water disposal (SWD) wells with interests in 2,020 acres of leaseholds.
Kansas Lease Holdings
Asmussen Lease, Butler County • 80 acres
Producing wells: Asmussen 16-3
Salt Water Disposal: Asmussen 16-2
Ownership: 35% WI
Sanders Lease - Butler County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: Sanders #5 & #6
Salt Water Disposal: Sanders SWD #3
Ownership: 35% WI
Harrel D Lease - Pratt County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: Harrel D #3
Salt Water Disposal: Harrel #2 –
Ownership: 70% WI
Keyes A Lease - Pratt County • 80 acres
Producing Wells: Keyes A #1
Salt Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Keyes B Lease - Pratt County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: Keyes B #1, #2 & #3
Salt Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Larrison Lease- Pratt County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: 0
Salt Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Mason Lease - Pratt County • 220 acres
Producing Wells: Mason 1,2 & 3
Salter Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Thompson Lease - Pratt County • 40 acres
Undeveloped 2015
Moon Lease - Cowley County • 40 acres
Producing Well: Moon
Salter Water Disposal: Moon 1SWD &2WD
Ownership: 20% WI
Holt Lease - Cowley County • 560 acres
Ownership: 30% WI
KENTUCKY Holdings
Antle Lease – Russel County • 140 acres
One well drilled: Slugger 1 – waiting completion
Ownership 87.5% NRI
Clearly, SPRN is making headway on the ground.

But you also need to look at the overall economic factors in the industry. Here’s what’s being talked about by analysts behind the scenes…and why believe the current situation in oil and gas exploration and production demands your immediate attention:
  • “Global exploration and production investments are expected to increase with a strong growth rate or 8% on a year-on-year basis,” Markets and Markets concluded in a recent report on the industry.
  • Jefferies forecasts crude oil demand to increase by 1.3 million barrels per day in 2015 and to rise by 1.1 million barrels per day in 2016. Prices are anticipated to rise to $62.25 per barrel in 2016 and $72.25 per barrel in 2017.
  • Legendary energy entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens has called for crude oil to climb to $70 per barrel by the end of the year amid a pickup in demand and a decrease in U.S. production.
  • “Current prices are unsustainable,” Gary Ross, the founder of PIRA Energy Group, recently told Bloomberg. You may recognize him as the one who predicted last year’s decline in oil prices—but now he’s calling for crude to return to $100 within five years because the supply spigot is slowing down. PIRA forecasts a jump in global oil demand of about 1.7 million barrels a day this year and a similar gain in 2016.
  • “$11 billion of new equity was issued from the major oil companies in just the half of 2015,” Forbes recently wrote. “This was more equity issued than in all of 2014, and means the capital markets are available and ready and see a strong shale oil future.
  • “Worldwide demand is likely to increase by over 1 million barrels this year to over 90 million barrels per day, according to Seeking Alpha. When you run the numbers, they’re projecting that we’re less than a year away from the supply-demand imbalance correcting and moving the other way.
As an investor, that means you need to move fast.

Staying on the sidelines isn’t an option if you want to get in early and ride oil, gas, and SPRN prices skyward.
SPRN’s CURRENT PORTFOLIO
Supernova Energy, Inc., owns 87 oil, gas, and salt water disposal (SWD) wells with interests in 2,020 acres of leaseholds.
Kansas Lease Holdings
Asmussen Lease, Butler County • 80 acres
Producing wells: Asmussen 16-3
Salt Water Disposal: Asmussen 16-2
Ownership: 35% WI
Sanders Lease - Butler County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: Sanders #5 & #6
Salt Water Disposal: Sanders SWD #3
Ownership: 35% WI
Harrel D Lease - Pratt County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: Harrel D #3
Salt Water Disposal: Harrel #2 –
Ownership: 70% WI
Keyes A Lease - Pratt County • 80 acres
Producing Wells: Keyes A #1
Salt Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Keyes B Lease - Pratt County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: Keyes B #1, #2 & #3
Salt Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Larrison Lease- Pratt County • 160 acres
Producing Wells: 0
Salt Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Mason Lease - Pratt County • 220 acres
Producing Wells: Mason 1,2 & 3
Salter Water Disposal: 0
Ownership: 70% WI
Thompson Lease - Pratt County • 40 acres
Undeveloped 2015
Moon Lease - Cowley County • 40 acres
Producing Well: Moon
Salter Water Disposal: Moon 1SWD &2WD
Ownership: 20% WI
Holt Lease - Cowley County • 560 acres
Ownership: 30% WI
KENTUCKY Holdings
Antle Lease – Russel County • 140 acres
One well drilled: Slugger 1 – waiting completion
Ownership 87.5% NRI
“We believe the majority of oil stocks have hit bottom or are in the process of retesting their lows of the past six months.”
InvesTech
The Timing Is Perfect for Supernova Energy, Inc. (SPRN:OTC)
In addition to all of those sources above, CNBC recently reported that a number of banks think oil prices are about to pick up, too.

That's our analysts' belief—this market looks like a coiled spring.

But it’s not going to stay under the radar for long.

SPRN has grown significantly over the last year, and already has a competitive pipeline of projects under way. Over the next few years, Supernova Energy will be committing all available funds to continue to grow the company into one of America’s largest independent oil and gas producers.

So, it's time to get your money positioned for the inevitable surge upward, whether it's in the next few weeks or just a little longer.
Either way, loading up on SPRN shares could make you some serious money in the oil and gas game.
We're talking about an easy double on your money if things go well, with the possibility of gaining 200%, 500% or more when the price of oil starts marching upward again.

Our recommendation is to jump in at current levels, and consider adding to your position on any pullbacks.

We can’t stress it enough: Don’t delay your due diligence!

Remember, this is a small, but very aggressive company—and they're leveraging a market opportunity that we may never see again!

In a very real way, you’ll be imitating SPRN’s strategy in your own portfolio—buying in at bargain-basement rates, and riding the surge up as the market recognizes the value.

SPRN has been rated "Strong Buy-Speculative" by our Analyst Team.
We can’t stress it enough: Don’t delay your due diligence!
SPRN:OTC $+ml id="
Industry:
Oil & Gas Exploration
Float:
6.57M
Shares Outstanding:
6.82 M
Investor Contact: