Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN)
Falcon Crest Energy (FCEN) is a development stage oil and gas exploration and production company focused on developing properties in North America. The company plans to minimize the risk of exploration through development of proved petroleum reserves, and expects to maximize profit through strategic acquisition and liquidation of selected oil and gas properties.
The company specializes in acquiring low risk, high upside properties with substantial exploration potential. Through improvements in oil and gas production technologies, Falcon Crest Energy aims to rapidly increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value. The business strategy utilized calls for both 100% acquisitions and joint-ventures to maximize production capacity.
Evergreen Petroleum, a joint venture partner, is working closely with the company to explore oil-bearing formations in Wyoming. Evergreen has conducted and will continue to conduct both regional and local geological studies to define prospects that are worthy of acquiring oil and gas leases. By partnering with industry experts such as Evergreen, Falcon Crest Energy has strategically added extensive technical guidance and field management experience.
Even during challenging times, the world depends on oil & gas exploration and production companies to deliver millions of barrels of oil every day. Increased demand from emerging countries such as China further escalates competition for this precious resource. Backed by an experienced group of professionals, Falcon Crest Energy is well positioned to generate substantial revenues in the short and long term future.
Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE)
Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE), through its wholly owned subsidiary Blended Schools Network (BSN), provides benchmark-quality online curriculum for K-12 schools, including professional development for teachers, complete course authoring tools and learning management system (LMS) administration and support. Sibling is focused on market expansion and new product development to meet global demand by leveraging educational technology to improve student performance.
The education sector is experiencing significant disruption from innovations in delivery. Stakeholders now seek more effective and efficient solutions to improve student achievement while driving down overall costs.
Sibling is a roll-up, not a start-up, with an emphasis on three segments:
- Educational Technology (“Ed-tech”)
- Education Management
- Curriculum design and development
Sibling is positioning to be a leader in education transformation creating high-quality lifelong learning options for the global marketplace.
The May 2014 acquisition of BSN provides Sibling with extensive infrastructure and solid groundwork for growth in a rapidly growing industry. BSN offers 212 different online courses. The network served more than 160 school districts with more than 300,000 course enrollments last year.
IBIS Capital is forecasting 15-fold growth in the eLearning market over the next 10 years. The firm has even suggested that under certain circumstances the transition to digital education may be quicker and more disruptive than ever experienced in the media industry. With a strong, highly experienced management team, Sibling is in a unique position to continue expanding its portfolio through additional acquisitions and fundamental growth.
Well Power Inc. (WPWR)
Well Power Inc. (WPWR) has secured the licensing rights to Texas with the first right of refusal on the other US states to a new technology solution to process waste natural gas, such as vented, flared or stranded gas, into “clean power” and engineered fuels, including no-sulphur diesel and diluents. Based on proprietary technology, this solution is mobile, high-yield and can be deployed with minimum capital expenditure.
The company plans to be able to provide its technology with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production. Well Power will also offer consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.
Approximately 2.4 million barrels of oil equivalent is wasted each day by gas flaring alone, resulting in $10 billion of lost revenue and 400 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions each year. Additionally, environmental degradation associated with gas flaring has been shown to have a significant impact on local populations, often resulting in loss of livelihood and severe health issues.
Well Power’s Micro Refinery Unit (MRU) offers the opportunity to create value from a wasted resource while simultaneously enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations. By eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new flaring, the company is well positioned to take a leadership role in the ongoing push for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency.