United American Petroleum (UAPC) could be worth a fortune and
when its stock catches up…it could soar past $10.00 a share

2,500 shares of UAPC today has
immediate $21,500 profit potential!

United American Petroleum (UAPC) building assets to become a major player in Eagle Ford, the richest U.S. oil discovery in 40 years! You won’t believe how much oil Eagle Ford wells are already producing and how much money shareholders could make by investing in UAPC today!

Eagle Ford, south Texas has passed Bakken shale in oil reserve potential. Production is skyrocketing, reserves are soaring and breathtaking deals are being made…

You can make some serious money here if you act now!

To the Opportunity-Seeking Investor:

This is the most valuable American oil and gas discovery in over four decades. Remarkably though, few investors outside the petroleum industry are aware of how enormous it really is.

Give it another year of development and Eagle Ford could skyrocket on Wall Street. When it does, I expect United American Petroleum (UAPC) shares to be selling anywhere from 300% to 3,300% higher than today.


Four years ago, a run on Bakken shale stocks triggered one of the biggest profit bonanzas in market history. Company after company soared in value and shareholders made fortunes.

Today, that scenario is repeating itself in south Texas, specifically in the newly discovered Eagle Ford shale oil field.

If you haven’t heard of the Eagle Ford shale, you’re not alone. This entire region was unknown until just a few years ago, but the word is spreading fast.

High visibility companies have already moved in. Yet still, there are some unbelievable bargains to be found in off-radar companies whose stocks have not come close to their newly-discovered Eagle Ford potential.

The time to act is now.

Should the Bakken experience repeat itself in Eagle Ford, you could make stunning profits with five-figure payouts off early investments!

$2,500 investments leaping as high $84,500!
$5,000 investments achieving gains up to $169,000!

These figures can repeat themselves in Eagle Ford, Texas…so you do not want to be on the sidelines!

During the Bakken boom, the biggest money-makers,
hands down, were petroleum-producing micro-caps.

Take a look at these numbers.

3,380% Increase! Mangum Resources: 25¢ a share to $8.56 in 24 months…
1,178% Increase! Rosetta Resources: $4.06 to $47.82 in 13 months
903% Increase! Abraxas Petroleum: 65¢ to $5.87 in 14 months
523% Increase! Argosy Petroleum: 65¢ to $3.40 in 11 months
523% Increase! Primary Petroleum: 4¢ to 92¢ in 16 months

The list goes on… and, a new list is taking shape in Eagle Ford.

Eagle Ford has already matched Bakken’s historic growth…. and Eagle Ford is still climbing!

  • I scoured the Eagle Ford region for at least one micro-cap oil and gas stock that could return outsized gains similar to what I found in the Bakken.
  • My pick is United American Petroleum (UAPC). If you can get in for under $1.50, I suggest you do so aggressively.
  • By this time next year, UAPC's prime locations in South Texas' Eagle Ford shale could propel UAPC shares to the $7.00 range…which is why I've set the my current buy in price as high as $2.38... which could yield a three-times return on your money!

In a moment, I’ll get into more detail about United American Petroleum and why it has ten-bagger profit potential this year.

Before I do, I want to be absolutely clear about the staggering profit potential this energy boom has created for South Texas and United American Petroleum (UAPC) in particular.

Where in the world would a big name company pay $290,000 for a barrel oil!?!

The deal just went down in Eagle Ford, the same neighborhood that United American Petroleum (UAPC) holds lease positions!

Eagle Ford shale is becoming the hottest new oil play in America. The area is so hot, Marathon bought an Eagle Ford property paying a mind-numbing $290,000 a barrel for its current oil production.

This astonishing sum makes sense when you consider how much oil remains in the ground.

Eagle Ford was only discovered in 2008 and analysts are predicting that Eagle Ford will surpass Bakken Shale in total reserves, particularly in oil reserves that extend along the northern band of the formation.down much longer!

This is new…it’s big…and it won’t stay down much longer!

For investors who know about the enormous profits that have already been made in shale deposits like Barnett, Bakken, and Marcellus, the chance to get an early start in Eagle Ford is a dream.

Current data show that Eagle Ford could host 20 billion barrels of oil or more, plus trillions of cubic feet in natural gas.

Eagle Ford discovery is so new that just three years ago, the Energy Information Agency barely knew it was there! It barely shows up in this 2008 map of U.S. shale plays.

Now, in just 36 months, Eagle Ford has become a monster discovery. With United American Petroleum already well positioned here, from my analysis, UAPC is the perfect entry point!

In fact, reserve calculations are growing so fast that the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hasn’t yet announced an “official” reserve figure for Eagle Ford!

One thing is certain:

United American Petroleum shareholders are in position for what could be a repeat of the triple and quadruple digit profits that have been made in newly discovered shale discoveries.

Four years ago it was the Bakken Shale…
Before that, the Barnett Shale (Williston Basin), Marcellus Shale, Permian Basin… these all made fortunes for investors who got an early start.

Now, you can get an early start in Eagle Ford and there’s no question in my mind that for making outsized profits in this play…United American Petroleum (UAPC) is the best start you’ll find in South Texas!

Looking at today’s map, you’ll see that United American Petroleum is right in the thick of the largest oil field discovered in the last forty years!

Eagle Ford is the sixth largest oilfield ever discovered in the United States and the largest oil find in over forty years. First discovered in 2008, Eagle Ford has seen skyrocketing growth in drilling activity and production.

At a San Antonio petroleum conference, Pioneer Natural Resources estimated that the amount of oil and natural gas liquids in the Eagle Ford shale could total up to 25 billion barrels and the natural gas total 150 trillion cubic feet. These figures would exceed the known combined reserves in Alaska and in Federal offshore.

United American Petroleum (UAPC) holds eleven main positions in the Eagle Ford area, three of which are in the oil-bearing formations (green band) now commanding record acquisition prices.

United American Petroleum is already producing oil and gas and future development could be off the charts!

In Frio County, United American Petroleum is currently producing and exploring in an area with enormous reserve prospects. The company reports:

Nearby the Frio County Project, the untapped reserves in the region have been demonstrated by the Kinder Morgan-operated Yates Oil Field, which has yielded over 1.4 billion barrels and is expected to produce a further 1 billion barrels. Also nearby are the plays of the Bigfoot (6miles) and Pearsall fields.

United American Petroleum recently announced now owns 100% working interest in the Frio County, Lozano lease.

United American Petroleum has two properties in Gonzales County with a 100% working interest in the Marcee lease. Gonzales is a top producer in Eagle Ford. EOG Resources reports that three Gonzales wells produced 703 bopd (barrels of oil per day), 1,492 bopd, and 1,628 bopd. 

On 9/21/11, Magnum Hunter Resources reported two new Gonzales county wells, Oryx Hunter #1H and Sable Hunter #1H came in with initial flowing production (IP) rates of 2,044 barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) per day and 1,017 BOE per day respectively.

EOG Resources reported four new Gonzales county wells IP’d at 1,238 to 1,487 BOE plus a third IP’d at 1,361 barrels of oil per day with 600,000 cubic feet of natural gas.

In Bastrop County, United American Petroleum’s development expands on existing data from current wells #3 and #4 to target up to 1.32 million barrels in the Gabriel-Rosser mound formation. The geologist report on this property had this to say:

We know three miles away from the Gabriel project, Exxon (Humble) was able to produce over 450,000 BO per well using gas pressurization in same apparent rock as we have in the Gabriel-Rosser complex.

We have a unique situation here. The Gabriel-Rosser mound complex is defined, has good remaining oil and pressure as evident by the Gabriel 3 and 4 well results. The Gabriel-Rosser mound complex [has] excellent reserve potential.

These three properties appear to be the immediate targets of the company’s business plan.  I expect that longer-term plans for their other eight properties will be announced soon. 

Focusing on the immediate three properties, the production and reserve potentials are exceptional, any one of which could readily propel UAPC shares to $7.00 a share.

There’s more to like about United American Petroleum…

Revenue is pouring in from its business interests all across Texas, including operational activities in 8,000 acres, 250 wellbores and numerous offset drilling locations!

The company reports it has…

“…two sources of revenue, primarily those from production of hydrocarbons, but also from a secondary income stream from its operational activities in the oil and gas arena. 

“United is presently providing operational services for numerous oil and gas leaseholders in 15 Counties Statewide, covering almost 8,000 acres, containing 250 existing wellbores with many offset drilling locations identified.”

“With our years of experience in the region, we pride ourselves on our ability to perform any duty needed in the oil field, including, but not limited to:

  • Landman
  • Title and leasing
  • Lease work
  • Pumping and gauging
  • Geology and geophysics
  • Reserve estimates
  • Overseeing work-overs
  • Re-entries and drilling

“We can also perform enhanced recovery such as water floods and gas injection and a wide array of other industry specific tasks.”

Property…Revenue…Expertise…and Cash-Flow Positive!

The vast majority of micro-caps I research barely have income, if any income at all. 

Not only is United American Petroleum receiving revenue… it’s bringing in more than enough to pay the bills!

What’s more, the valuation of its petroleum assets is just getting started…

In the coming years, as United American Petroleum builds its exploration and production base, the undiscovered resources waiting to be found could propel UAPC valuation many times today’s share price.

Buyers are lining up and paying top dollar for Eagle Ford assets!

With the explosive growth of exploration and production in the Eagle Ford region, investors are pouring in.

Many see another Bakken Shale profit opportunity where investors took home 300% to 3,000%+ profits from an early buy!

UAPC has that kind of profit potential, but only if you act quickly!

UAPC is an immediate buy up to $2.38.

And if you can get in under $1.75, call your broker and count yourself lucky!

By this time next year, UAPC could be selling over $7.00 a share!  

Oil production in the Eagle Ford has soared from 130,819 barrels in 2008, when Eagle Ford was discovered, to over eight million barrels this year.

You won’t believe what buyers are paying to get into United American Petroleum’s neighborhood!

The WILD CARD! There could
be instant riches in a
spectacular UAPC buyout!

Above, I mentioned $290,000 a barrel oil… well here’s the story.

The flood of money pouring into Eagle Ford is setting all kind of records. Some of the highest prices ever paid for oil-producing assets have been announced in recent oil deals.

In just the first half of the year, foreign investors pumped billions in South Texas.

  • Korea National Oil Corp. in March agreed to pay Anadarko Petroleum $1.55 billion for about 100,000 acres.
  • Last October China’s CNOOC agreed to pay Chesapeake Energy $1.1 billion to enter a JV on about 200,000 acres.
  • Also in October, Norway’s Statoil and Talisman Energy inked an Eagle Ford JV for $1.3 billion.

Earlier this year, Forbes reported that Marathon Oil paid a breathtaking $290,000 a barrel for flowing oil… all to get at Eagle Ford reserves.

In a spectacular move to acquire Eagle Ford reserve potential, Marathon Oil bought 140,000 Eagle Ford acres for an eye-popping $3.5 billion! As reported in Forbes inn June of this year:

The deal breaks down to a purchase price of $290,000 per flowing barrel. That seems rich at first sniff, but equates to a more reasonable $35 per proved barrel, or around $7 per potential barrel. Per acre, the deal values prime Eagle Ford acres at around $21,000, a record for the play.

By the end of the year, expect Marathon Oil to add 100 million barrels to its reserves, with millions more as field development progresses.

And in a whopper of a deal reported in the Houston Business Journal this August, Australia’s BHP Billiton (world’s largest mining company) paid $12.1 billion for PetroHawk Energy Corp., a major player in Eagle Ford shale.

Houston Business Journal reporter, Melissa McEver writes:

Just two years ago, only small, independent explorers and companies backed by private funds were brave enough to risk drilling in the largely untapped, unknown Eagle Ford shale play.

Those days are over.

Now, big players in the oil and gas industry are scrambling to get into the game of investment in the now less-risky Eagle Ford.

The fever pitch of mergers and acquisitions is likely to continue, attorneys and accountants overseeing these transactions said.

“They’ll either continue getting into joint ventures or outright purchases of acreages and wells from smaller companies,” said Bob Thomas, partner at Houston-based law firm Porter Hedges LLC    , which has represented companies in several acquisitions. “It allows everyone to share the risk a little more and share capital. We’re seeing deals and ventures both upstream and midstream.”

The numbers keep soaring…

There is little time to waste getting in on this. Buy UAPC shares now and sit back for the ride!

The situation in Eagle Ford building incredible energy and early entries are vanishing.

It won’t be long before mainstream press and celebrity analysts like Jim Cramer (Mad Money) switch focus from the Bakken Shale to Eagle Ford Shale. When that happens, you’ll have missed the ground floor opportunity.

Don’t let that happen to you!

“A good oil well in West Texas might make 200 to 300 barrels a day. In the Eagle Ford, it’s 2,000 to 3,000 barrels a day.” Trey Hunt, CPA, Weaver Oil and Gas Services.

I believe that America’s move to oil independence will trigger a stampede of investors to U.S. based oil and gas production. I forecast that mergers and acquisitions will continue to set records and the value of micro-caps like UAPC will simply fly through the roof!

  • Bigger than the Bakken…
  • Bigger than Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay…
  • And getting bigger by the day!

Bigger by the day? Exactly… that’s how America is going to get back to become the world’s #1 energy producer.

Back to our oil-producing roots!

Industry experts have known for decades that a huge volume of Texas oil has been locked up in historically unrecoverable shale formations.

Make your move now to Texas with United American Petroleum (UAPC)…
Not only is Texas hands down the number one oil and gas producer in America, it also is home to the largest volume of oil and gas reserves in America, both onshore and offshore!

Technology has revitalized America’s energy production!

Horizontal drilling and fracking have become the breakthrough technologies to unlock America’s vast, untapped reserve potential. The figures are pouring in and the numbers are impressive.

In 2010 alone, Ernst and Young reports that U.S. oil reserves grew by 11% and gas reserves by 12%!

UAPC share prices could soar even if oil prices go down!

Even in the unlikely event that oil drops to $50…UAPC shares could still triple in 2012.

If global economics trigger a pullback in oil prices, don't get fooled. Petroleum majors are still in full-tilt acquisition mode locking in future oil supplies.

Majors now price their acquisitions knowing that $200 oil could be just around the corner. For them, it's  "buy now" at any price to keep their reserves growing.

My Advice: Ignore the price of oil today and buy all the UAPC shares you can while sticking to your personal investment objectives!

It’s too early to know, but I expect similar, if not higher numbers for 2011.

And where are those numbers being posted?

According to World Oil Online figures published in February, Texas had the largest oil reserve growth in the country, greater than North Dakota, Utah, Alaska and California… even offshore in the Gulf Coast!

I believe a tidal wave of energy profits is about to come pouring out of Texas… and my latest micro-cap buy, United American Petroleum (UAPC) could put you on the leading edge.

Data now suggest that the epicenter of this wave could shift to Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale just north of the Gulf Coast. Activity in this region has been off the charts…

Reuters reports that oil production in Eagle Ford is taking off, averaging 272,000 barrels per day in June, up from 70,000 in April. Experts predict that by 2013, Eagle Ford production could eclipse 400,000 barrels per day.

That’s nearly six fold growth in just a few years!
If you want to earn life-changing profit from U.S. energy production, Eagle Ford Texas is the place to look…

…and the stock I recommend for immediate purchase is United American Petroleum (UAPC)

If you get in on this now… you could pocket huge gains in this fast-growing region… just like investors did in the stocks (and those similar to them) that I mentioned above.

Right now, there is no better place in North America to be looking for an energy stock that can pay 3,300% profit than Eagle Ford, South Texas.

And the best stock I’ve found for locking in that potential
is United American Petroleum (UAPC).

My top energy pick in South Texas: United American Petroleum (OTCBB: UAPC) Recommendation: UAPC is an immediate buy! Over the next 12 months, you can expect UAPC shares to skyrocket 500% to 700%!

When I look at United American Petroleum (UAPC), it’s growing positions in South Texas oilfields, and its current production and cash flow, I see that an individual investor could earn hundreds of thousands of dollars off UAPC shares!

As an off-the-radar junior situated in the nation’s largest oil and gas region, United American Petroleum’s prospects for share price growth in the near term appear exceptional…

…especially where UAPC is trading right now!

At under $1.00 a share, UAPC carries with it fundamentals of a screaming bargain!

In my analysis, UAPC is a $2.75 value as it sits right now. If any one of their many projects comes in well, you can expect that figure to double or triple!

Conservatively, a $5,000 start in UAPC could be worth $15,000 next year!

With favorable news, it could soar past $40,000!

Keep in mind, these figures are below average for many energy micro-caps that have already paid huge profits to their investors!

If you get in now… the high side gains (like the examples I gave above) could send UAPC soaring over 3,300%!

Here are four of my top reasons to contact your broker and buy UAPC shares now:

  • UAPC now has eleven main projects in Texas, with working interests in many others throughout the state.
  • The company is a current oil and gas producer and has plans in place to aggressively grow production in proven resource areas.
  • Company management is the best in the business. In addition to technical and field services to their own operations, they provide outsourced oil and gas services to many other companies throughout Texas.
  • UAPC financials are way ahead of most micro-caps I research, the company reports positive week-to-week cash flow from current operations alone.

Don’t miss this, even if it’s only a few thousand dollars, UAPC could yield tens of thousands of dollars in profits in the coming year.

Energy investing in U.S. energy micro-caps is simply too rewarding to ignore!

I defy any analyst to show me a market sector that consistently produces stocks that skyrocket 300% to 3,000% in a matter of just months.

They can’t… and here’s another strategy I see for you to get started on your 2012 profit journey right now…

My name is John Person.

I am a 32 year seasoned investor and the author of several best selling books on investing. I got my start on the Floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange back in 1979. I've worked my way through the industry as an independent Trader, Broker, and owner of a brokerage firm. I've written books, teach trading courses, and I've been widely quoted on CBS Market Watch, Reuters, Dow Jones Newswire, and CNBC. The personal contacts I've developed around the world and in the financial industry have been instrumental in helping me gain an edge on information pertaining to the markets.

I know stocks. I urge you, do your due diligence
on this research, and then call your broker about UAPC.

Yours for Success,

John Person

P.S. This is a very early entry on UAPC that gives you the greatest opportunity for outsized gains. I strongly recommend that you follow up on this right now. In my view, you will not find a better opportunity for landing a ten-bagger in today's market.

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