What is an accredited investor?
Our projects are open to accredited investors (Learn More)
SEC refers to an accredited investor as an investor who is financially sophisticated and has a reduced need for the protection provided by certain government filings. Accredited investors include individuals, banks, insurance companies, employee benefit plans and trusts. To qualify as an Accredited Investor, you must accomplish at least one of the following: Earn an individual income of more than $200,000 per year, or a joint income of $300,000 in each of the last two years and expect to reasonably maintain the same level of income; Have a net worth exceeding $1,000,000 either individually or jointly with spouse, excluding primary residence, when the investment is made; Be a general partner, executive officer director or a related combination thereof for the issuer of the security being offered.
How do I get started?
Call our Investor Relations Department at 1-800-996-3690. We’ll explain our simple 3-step process, discuss your financial goals and determine if you qualify to invest. Prefer to meet in person? We’re happy to schedule a meeting with you in our Phoenix office!
What does a Direct Participation Program offer?
Tax Benefits: Write off up to 85% of your investment in the first year
Monthly Income: Received from your share of oil and gas production profits
Exit and Legacy Strategies: Short-term or long-term Exit Strategies available.
What’s Pipeline’s Track Record?
Pipeline and our Operating partners have drilled over 49 wells in the mid-continent since 2011, with an 80% success rate finding oil.
What’s Pipeline’s average rate of return?
Returns vary based on many factors. Please contact us we’re happy to share case studies from some our recent projects.
What is Pipeline’s strategy?
We focus on identifying and acquiring underperforming and undeveloped oil projects, use the latest technology to boost oil production, and then sell these projects at a profit to institutional investors.
Why invest with Pipeline?
Investors choose us for our experience, innovation, and proven track record:
- Long-standing relationships in the oil and gas industry to help us secure best-in-class projects
- A dedicated team of oil and gas professionals with a combined 75+ years of experience
- The latest technologies to minimize risk, boost production, reduce costs, and maximize ROI
- A proven track record with an 80% success rate for drilling proven but undeveloped wells
Is there a difference between investing with Pipeline and buying stock in a publicly traded company like Exxon or BP?
Yes. When you buy stock in a public company, your participation is indirect. There’s no monthly income from specific projects, nor immediate tax benefits. With our Direct Participation Programs, you invest directly in oil production. That provides monthly income, potential profits from the sale of the project, and significant tax write-offs.
How quickly do I see a return on my investment?
In the first year you get significant tax deductions and monthly income from your share of production profits. You’ll also receive a lump sum cash payout when the project is resold. Timelines vary, but some projects are sold in as little as 24 to 36 months.
What are the tax benefits?
The U.S. government wants to encourage developing oil and gas resources, so there are significant tax incentives for investors. Up to 85% of your investment may be written off in the first year, although restrictions may apply. Learn more
Once I invest, how do I stay informed?
We have launched a Partner Portal which provides project and field updates from our attorney driving Operations, we send email newsletters, and mail detailed reports to our investors. For personal one-on-one investment advice, simply call us or arrange an in-person meeting.
What are “multiple pay zones”?
Many wells have multiple producing pay zones at different depths. If we don’t strike oil at one depth, we can often re-enter the same well at other depths and hit additional oil reserves.
What factors are driving the US oil boom?
A few key factors:
- Global oil consumption at all-time highs, 90 million barrels per day
- Oil prices expected to rebound and long term outlook for higher prices is very positive
- New technology that has enabled oil & gas companies to double production in the mid-continent region