Russian Mercenary Makes
Hostile Play for Africa’s Hidden
$55 Billion Energy Fortune
Bidding War Could Launch $3 Stock to $35…
Get In By August 31 and You Could Pocket $53,330
Right now, a little-known $3 Canadian wildcatter is at the center of a global power struggle that could launch its share price into the stratosphere.
Thanks to an exclusive deal with the Algerian government, this tiny company could double by September 2008.
In the long run, you could make 37 times your money… maybe a whole lot more.
In fact, if you get in by August 31st… you could even pocket an extra $53,330!
There is one catch, however…
This opportunity is not for the faint of heart. That’s because the specifics surrounding this situation are extremely controversial.
But if you’re willing to remain objective and keep your eyes on the prize, you could be in for the kind of payout that most folks only dream about.
I’ll reveal all the details of this emerging situation in just a moment. But first, let me tell you why there’s never been a better time to invest in the red-hot natural gas industry.
Blistering Gains in No Time Flat
Over the last few years, tiny oil and gas companies have been an absolute breeding ground for making stock market millionaires.
It’s no secret that natural gas stocks are on the rise. With the price of oil firmly rooted above the $100 mark, more and more countries are turning to natural gas as an energy source.
Just take a look at these little-known operations that have returned blistering gains in no time flat.
Make no mistake, I can find hundreds of little-known gas and oil explorers just like these that have gone on to make even the most ordinary investors extraordinary gains.
But none of them would have the same kind of profit potential as the tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter I’m writing to you about today .
Folks who get in on the ground floor of this rare opportunity now could realistically turn a modest $5,000 investment into $53,330 in less than a year. Invest a little more, say $10,000, and you could see it turn into $106,660.
How much you invest is up to you… but I think it’s important you get in on this stock as soon as possible.
You see, in the long run, you could make 37 times your money… maybe a whole lot more.
Get in by August 31st… and you could see an amazing $53,330!
In just a moment, I’ll reveal how you can pick up some shares of this tiny Canadian wildcatter for yourself. Right now though, I want to tell you why this company is set to make massive returns for investors.Blood-in-the-Streets Style Profits
I know it sounds hard to believe, but this little-known $3 Canadian company is about to cash in on Algeria’s biggest natural gas discovery this century.
I’m talking about a $55 billion natural gas fortune hidden deep below the surface of the Sahara Desert along Algeria’s eastern border.
And, thanks to an exclusive deal this company has inked with the Algerian government, its share price could skyrocket to a tenfold gain by February 23, 2009.
There’s never been a better time to invest in Algeria’s natural gas industry than now.
That’s because for the last 15 years, the Algerian government has been fighting a bloody civil war with the Islamic Salvation Front (ISF), a radical terrorist group.
These insurgents were truly evil guys. It wasn’t uncommon for them to ambush buses on the outskirts of Algiers and behead innocent civilians. According to official documents, the ISF killed over 150,000 people and victimized over a million in its time.
I don’t mean to sound insensitive, but this domestic infighting has created a rare opportunity for you to claim your share of Algeria’s $55 billion natural gas fortune at a deep discount.ISF Is Defeated
During its reign of terror, the ISF systematically destroyed more than $20 billion worth of schools, post offices, power stations and other infrastructure.
But the Algerian Army fought back with a massive military campaign that destroyed the ISF and restored peace to the North African nation.
Then, in 2002, the president launched a campaign of national reconciliation to bring foreign capital back into Algeria and put it back on the global investment map.
But in order to gain the stability needed for the program to work, the president knew he had to come up with a radical plan.
In a bold move, he drew up a charter that pardoned the military for any role it played in the disappearance of thousands of people during the war.
But, most shocking of all, he offered an amnesty to any insurgents willing to lay down their arms and declare a cease-fire.
Despite protests from human rights advocates and Algerian citizens alike, the controversial move helped spark a massive public investment program centered on the nation’s deeply discounted oil and gas industry.
And that brings us to the tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter and Algeria’s $55 billion hidden natural gas fortune.Algerian Oil and Gas: Alive and Kicking
Now you may be wondering… What makes this tiny $3 Canadian company so valuable to Algeria?
Well the answer is simple: Algeria must kick its natural gas revenues into overdrive in order for its economy to fully recover from the war.
In fact, Algeria plans on pumping up its revenues by increasing natural gas exports to Europe from 62 billion to 85 billion cubic meters by 2010.
That’s a 37% increase in natural gas exports in just two years flat!
And at the center of the government’s ambitious plan is the tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter.
You see, in 2003, this company reached a landmark deal to jointly develop the largest natural gas reserves in the country with Sonatrach, the Algerian state-owned oil and gas company.
According to global reservoir audit firm DeGolyer and MacNaughton, this block of land holds a whopping 5.7 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas.
That means the Canadian wildcatter is sitting on a natural gas goldmine worth over $55 billion!
“This [agreement] represents a significant step toward monetizing the reserves. Algeria is strategically located to capitalize on the growing gas market evolving in Europe, as well as expanding the LNG market throughout the world,” stated the tiny miner’s CEO.
And according to Natural Resource Council member Michael Lynch, the deal between the two companies allows for the Canadian miner to recover six times the exploration and development costs before profit sharing begins!
“Once the profit is shared, Sonatrach will receive more than 60% of the revenue. But [the Canadian company] will earn profits for at least a decade,” states Lynch.
This is great news for the tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter. But it’s even better news for savvy investors smart enough to trade on the sensitive situation I’ll reveal next…
As you may know, the United Kingdom is Europe’s biggest natural gas producer.
But according to the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, production levels have fallen in the UK every year since 2000, and an even more rapid decline is expected in production beginning this year.
With natural gas reserves hitting record lows, it should come as no surprise that energy imports are crucial to Europe.
In fact, the European Commission reports that Europe depends on natural gas imports for 50% of its total gas consumption.
But fast-forward to 2030, and the commission predicts that Europe’s energy dependence will rise to a whopping 70%!
Of course, Europe’s biggest supplier is Russia. In fact, 25% of Europe’s natural gas is imported from Russia.
But here’s the problem: In recent years, Russia has used natural gas as an economic weapon against Europe to gain some of the influence back that it lost since the Soviet Union collapsed.
When it cut gas supplies to the Ukraine as the result of a price dispute in 2006, Russia sent shockwaves throughout Europe.
Then, a year later, Russia flexed its “economic muscle” again when it pulled the plug on natural gas supplies to Belarus, driving the EU’s vulnerability home.
EU Energy Commissioner Piebalgs stated in response: “The energy supply problems earlier this year were a wake-up call for the EU. We should not take the security of our energy supply for granted.”
Bottom line: Europe must scramble to replace its dwindling resources with a reliable new natural gas supplier.
Algeria to the Rescue
As I mentioned, Russian energy imports account for 25% of Europe’s total gas consumption. But ever since Russia cut gas supplies to the Ukraine and Belarus, Europe’s energy supply fears have reached critical mass.
In response, Europe has turned its attention south.
The Middle Eastern Business Intelligence (MEED) newsgroup quoted a country manager of an EU oil and gas major as saying, “If Europe wants to diversify, the North African energy suppliers are key markets.”
And Algeria’s plan to increase natural gas exports to Europe from 62 billion to 85 billion cubic meters by 2010 is central to Europe’s diversification.
At the 2006 Algerian Energy Conference in Oran, Commissioner Piebalgs addressed the panel by saying, “The EU and Algeria are interdependent on each other in terms of security of energy supply and security of energy demand.”
And while that may be very true, there’s a major problem with the plan: Recent talks between Russia and Algeria could revive a gas deal the two countries abandoned last year and put the security of European gas imports at risk.
According to Entrepreneur.com, “The prospect of collusion between its two largest energy suppliers is a nightmare for an EU desperate to establish a secure and diverse energy supply to replace its dwindling resources.”
And, while this could hurt Europe in the long run, it could also make you very, very rich.The “Iron Fist” Strikes a Blow
As I mentioned, this tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter has inked an exclusive deal with Algeria to develop 5.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas on a block of land that’s world-class in size.
But Russia is attempting to strike its own deal with the North African nation that has European gas consumers on edge.
Although Russia controls almost all of Europe’s natural gas imports (with the exception of Algeria), it's desperate to revive a deal it made with Algeria in 2006 to develop a joint business in the oil and gas sector.
And if Algeria agrees to the deal, Russia would gain even more control over European energy imports than it already has.
As you can imagine, that’s the last thing Europe wants to see happen. EU Commissioner Piebalgs said that, if the two countries agree to team up in producing and distributing gas to Europe, “they could create a kind of cartel.”
According to a U.S. industry source (as quoted by MEED), “The worry is that Russia and Algeria will get together and figure out the best way to squeeze Europe on gas prices. The worst-case scenario would be the formation of a gas OPEC, which would lead to attempts to artificially inflate prices.”
And to further feed Europe’s fears, the $3 Canadian wildcatter at the center of the controversy just lost an ugly proxy fight initiated by a long time shareholder and his associate, one-time Russian energy minister Yuri Shafranik.
That makes the wildcatter’s gas-rich Algerian real estate a hot commodity for Russia. More importantly, it makes the Canadian company ripe for a takeover.
And if the final chapter of this story plays out the way I expect it to, it’s only a matter of time before a bidding war sends this $3 stock to $6, $20 or even $35 per share.
Folks who get in today at just $3 per share could stand to make a fortune.A $55 Billion Power Struggle
Back in March, the tiny wildcatter was finalizing plans to get its Algerian natural gas reserves into production when it received a shocking blow.
One of the company’s long time Russian shareholders and director of Waterford Finance, which owns 9.4% of the company, initiated a proxy fight to oust the tiny miner’s CEO.
And, within moments, the battle to control $55 billion worth of Algerian natural gas was on.
Over the next four weeks, the CEO warned shareholders that management changes could delay the Algerian gas project, while the Waterford director and his associate, Yuri Shafranik, rallied shareholder support to boot out the CEO.
The battle almost came to a head at the annual meeting on April 8, but the tiny wildcatter persuaded a judge to move the shareholder vote back by 10 days.
This gave the company just enough time to contact OPEC's president and Algerian energy minister, Chekib Khelil, to support the CEO in his fight to maintain control of the company.
According to Reuters, Khelil wrote a letter to the board that stated “he would look negatively on management changes.”
But despite Khelil’s message, the CEO and board ultimately came to a compromise, and the CEO agreed to step down.
As part of the deal, the now ex-CEO will continue as an advisor on the company’s dealings with Algerian officials.
However, he told reporters, “This process has proven to be very disruptive to the company's operation, the morale of the staff and the stability of the shares.”
And while what he said may be true, once news broke that he had stepped down amid shareholder pressure, the tiny company’s stock soared 30% to $3!
That’s definitely a good sign. But it’s nothing compared to what might happen next.Proxy Fight Ignites Bidding War
On April 14, Waterford Finance and Investing Ltd. and a group of dissident shareholders celebrated the successful removal of the Canadian company’s CEO.
Small-Cap Oil & Gas Stocks Soar
Tiny oil and gas companies have been an absolute breeding ground for stock market millionaires over the past few years. Just take a look at some of the massive gains investors have made in this blistering-hot sector…
174% in 13 months! Steve Calkins from Boston, Massachusetts, bought 1,150 shares of Crimson Exploration (CXPO.OB) for $6.74 on November 17, 2006. On Christmas Eve of 2007, share prices soared to $18.48 handing Steve a 174% gain in just over a year. Now that’s what I call a Merry Christmas!
And this is just a handful of the types of gains you could make investing in this potentially lucrative sector. But the opportunity at hand could make these gains look like child’s play. Whatever you do… don’t let it slip by.
But the big winner is the tiny $3 Canadian miner.
You see, because of its existing contract with Sonatrach, it maintains the exclusive right to develop Algeria’s largest block of gas-rich land regardless of who sits on the board or who has controlling interest.
Remember, 5.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas totals a whopping $55 billion at current market value.
And since this gas-rich land is in an area that’s easily accessible to all of Europe… and because of its massive reserves… it’s the perfect solution for an EU seeking a secure and diverse supply to replace its dwindling resources.
But get this: Because this block of land is just 200 miles south of the Mediterranean, it’s also easily accessible to the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South America and even Cuba.
Make no mistake, the stakes are high and the competition to take control of the tiny $3 Canadian company will be fierce.
With big names in oil and gas like BP, Repsol/YPF, Gas Natural, Statoil, Gaz de France and Lukoil already operating in Algeria, you can bet that a spectacular bidding war is not long on the horizon.
The competition is about to reach epic proportions. To be honest, I won’t be surprised if this tiny $3 company’s shares could skyrocket to $6, $20 or even $35 or more.Russia Makes a Play
Adding fuel to the competitive fire is Russia. MarketWatch reports that Russia’s Gazprom is looking to increase its natural gas exports and become a player on the U.S. spot market.
That means it desperately needs to reach an agreement with Algeria’s Sonatrach to expand their domestic production abroad.
According to Entrepreneur.com, “Gazprom wants to tap Sonatrach’s long experience in LNG [liquefied natural gas].”
But Algeria still hasn’t come to a decision regarding the deal… and this might be why.
Defense News reports that Algeria may be sending back 15 defective MiG-29 fighter jets worth $8 billion -- “Russia’s biggest export package since the Soviet Union collapsed.”
As you can imagine, there’s a lot riding on this weapons contract.
You see, the arms deal -- which included wiping $4.7 billion worth of Algerian debt off the balance sheets -- was part of Moscow’s plan to open up Algeria’s vast natural gas reserves to Russian companies.
That means that, if the deal goes bad, Russia’s prospect of expanding its gas exports abroad will be put on hold. More importantly, without Algeria on board, it will be next to impossible for Russia to form an OPEC-style gas cartel and squeeze Europe on prices.
Bottom line: Russia must force a partnership with Algeria by making a massive bid on the tiny Canadian wildcatter giving it the rights to $55 billion worth of natural gas.
With a market cap of $1.2 trillion, Russia’s Gazprom can buy pretty much anything it wants. And with so much buying power, it’s only a matter of time before Russia makes a hostile play to control the tiny $3 wildcatter.
But deep pockets might not be the only thing that gives Russia an unfair advantage.
According to some conspiracy theories, the recent proxy fight may have been an elaborate ruse to position the Canadian miner as an easy target for Gazprom to take over.
Of course, I can’t confirm or deny the reports. But what I can confirm is that one-time Russian fuel and energy minister Yuri Shafranik played a crucial role in ousting the Canadian wildcatter’s CEO.
Shafranik is currently Chairman for the Council of Oil Producers of Russia. And as the previous Russian Minister of Fuel and Energy, his political and business ties to Gazprom run deep.
With so much at stake for the big European gas producers and Gazprom on the line, you can imagine this sets up a furious bidding war that could launch this $3 stock into the stratosphere.
I think you’ll agree, the potential is mind blowing.How High Could It Go?
This tiny company has a $762 million market cap and is currently trading at just $3 per share.
And thanks to the exclusive deal it’s made with Algeria’s Sonatrach, this company has secured the rights to develop 5.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas on Algeria’s largest block of gas-rich land.
At today’s prices, we know that 5.7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas equals roughly $55 billion.
Now, you may remember from earlier, as part of the profit sharing agreement with Sonatrach, this company is allowed to recover six times its production costs before profit sharing begins.
But just to keep things simple, let’s just focus on the potential revenue.
After this company recovers six times its production costs -- and that’s estimated to be AT LEAST a decade later -- the profit sharing agreement states that Sonatrach will take 60% of the revenue generated from the gas fields.
After Sonatrach’s cut 10 years down the line, this little $3 wildcatter would make $22 billion.
Of course, we don’t know what gas prices will do over the years. Most experts agree they’ll stay high or move even higher.
But just to stay on the conservative side, let's drop this company’s total value down by 25% to $16.5 billion.
Again, we’re being very conservative with these numbers, but I’d rather err on the conservative side and be pleasantly surprised in the end.
So the question remains: If you were the head of a major oil and gas company looking to gobble up market share, how much would you pay for $16.5 billion worth of natural gas?This $3 Stock Is Massively Undervalued
With oil prices hitting all-time highs, the Big Energy companies have so much cash on hand, they can pretty much buy whatever they want.
Case in point: In 2005, Chevron spent $18 billion to purchase Unocal. And Conoco spent $36 billion to acquire Burlington Resources.
But I think the best comparison to the situation I’m tracking now is the PetroKazakhstan takeover.
Back in 2005, China National Petroleum took over PetroKazakhstan for $4.2 billion at $55 per share.
Now, at the time of the takeover, PKZ was sitting on roughly 500 million barrels of oil. And because oil was trading for around $65 per barrel, PKZ controlled roughly $32 billion worth of oil.
Essentially, China National Petroleum paid $4.2 billion for potentially $32 billion worth!
Bottom line: They paid one-eighth of the potential value.
If the $3 stock I’ve been telling you about controls $16.5 billion worth of Algerian natural gas -- and remember: this does not include recovering six times its production costs-- it would make sense to pay $2 billion… or one-eighth the value.
But here’s the thing: This tiny $3 company already has 4.2 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and 800 million barrels of oil in place.
And with oil trading at roughly $110 per barrel and natural gas at $9.80 per thousand cubic feet, this company’s assets are already valued at $129 billion.
So let’s combine this company’s current assets with the total value of its Algerian gas field and the number reaches more than $145 billion.
If one-eighth the value is our conservative takeover price estimate, then it would make sense for a company to pay $18 billion to acquire the tiny Canadian wildcatter.
After all, Chevron spent $18 billion to purchase Unocal. And Conoco spent $36 billion to acquire Burlington Resources.
$18 billion is an absolute steal…
Now at $3 per share, this small company only has a market cap of $762 million. An $18 billion takeover would put this company’s shares at roughly $71.
That’s a 2,266% gain.
Is that possible? Absolutely. After all, tiny oil and gas exploration firms have skyrocketed the last few years.
Caddo International jumped over 2,650% back in 2005 in just four months time. In February 2006, True North Energy bolted 1,234% in a single day.
And Eden Energy jumped over 17,900% back in 2005!
So 2,266% is possible. But again, I’d rather err on the conservative side… so lets cut it down once again.Conservative Target Price: $35 Per Share
I’ve been in the investment business for over a decade, and I’ve racked up winners for my readers by being realistic -- by being cautious.
So, let’s look at the worst-case scenario. In fact, let’s cut our takeover price in half… from $18 billion down to $9 billion.
I think that makes sense.
At $9 billion, Big Energy could swallow this small company whole… and still be getting it at a 1,555% discount.
Bottom line: This deal makes sense!
At $9 billion, the company’s $3 stock price jumps to $35 per share. And I believe that’s exactly where it’s headed.
In the following weeks, I wouldn’t be surprised to see institutional buyers and mutual funds snapping up shares at $6, $11 or even $22 per share.
But today, you can get in for only $3…This Stock’s a No-Brainer
Listen, I want you to be totally comfortable knowing this unique opportunity is a sound investment, no matter what happens.
So for the sake of argument, let's just say that the tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter isn’t at risk of being taken over by Gazprom or any other Big Energy producer.
For our purposes, let’s just focus on the company itself.
Right now, this tiny wildcatter already has 4.6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and 800 million barrels of oil in place… ready to go.
These holdings are valued at roughly $8.10 per share -- good, but it gets even better.
As you know, this company is currently trading at just $3 per share. But the best part is that $1.20 of that price is being held in cash.
When you net out the cash, you can see this tiny Canadian company is currently undervalued by more than 344%!
But here’s the kicker: This discount model assumes an extremely conservative $65 per barrel oil price. And with oil topping the $115 mark, that means share prices could really be undervalued by 420%!
And don’t forget this company is key to providing Algeria with the natural gas it needs to begin supplying Europe with 85 billion cubic meters of gas on an annual basis.
In fact, by summer 2009, the tiny Canadian miner has projected it will bank $170 million in revenue from it s inaugural year in production.
Based on these projections, the company should trade at 16 times earnings, boosting its market cap from $719 million to $2.2 billion -- or up 37 times!
Bottom line: This $3 stock has a ton of room to grow.
And to help you secure shares for yourself, I’ve prepared a Special Report that will give you all the details including the name and symbol of the stock.
This report will tell you everything you need to know to profit from this $3 stock that I believe will deliver a tenfold gain… at least, and very soon.
The report is yours FREE. I’ll tell you how to get your copy in just a moment. But first, allow me to introduce myself…
Meet Christian DeHaemer, founder and editor of Crisis Trader. If his name sounds familiar, it’s because his stock selection system has been featured in several publications and on numerous financial programs including Trader’s Nation, The Los Angeles Times, Forbes, CBS MarketWatch, StockDr.Com, Money Matters, Personal Finance Radio, On the Money, and TFN to name a few.
With an extensive background in finance, Christian has over 10 years of hard-core Wall Street experience, and has worked side-by-side with some of the most cunning pit traders and hedge fund managers in the business.
Over the years, Christian has built a world-class reputation as an investment analyst. Instead of sitting behind a desk like most Wall Street analysts, Christian spends a tremendous amount of time traveling the globe in search of emerging investment opportunities.
He’s been to places like Cuba, Egypt, India, Bulgaria, Libya, Israel, Turkey and Tunisia -- and developed a knack for turning crisis into opportunity. In fact, during the Internet bubble, he nailed 680% on Broadcom and 572% on Oracle.
In addition, Christian has made money in places most people wouldn’t even consider. For example, he made a killing in Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union’s collapse and has generated big returns in South Africa, Indonesia, and even terror-infested Libya. At one point, he had a stunning run of 18 winning picks with the likes of South African Breweries, Indonesia Telecom and Turkcell.
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Because of his intricate overseas network, Christian has his finger on the pulse of escalating situations long before most people know they exist. That usually translates into big gains for his readers. In fact, in 2007 alone, Christian gave his readers a chance to make 515% on Palm Resources in three days... 302% on Aastrom Bioscience in less than five months... 126% on Beacon Power in less than two months... and 168% on Simulations Plus in three months.
Of course, those opportunities have already come and gone. But here’s the good news for you: Christian has isolated another “crisis opportunity” and is currently recommending a tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter that he believes could make early investors tenfold gains by February 2009. I urge you to read this entire Special Report for all the details. Please hurry...
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If my name sounds familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen me making the rounds on the financial news circuit.
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That’s because the tiny $3 Canadian wildcatter I’m recommending today is poised to skyrocket to $6, $20, even $35 a share.
I’m issuing a STRONG BUY on this company and urging my readers to get in now. I hope you’ll do the same.
Read on to learn how to get your share of this remarkable situation...READ ON