REVEALED: The lucrative truth behind…

The Dept. of Energy’s Mysterious $400 Billion “Cameron Parish Project”

In a muddy Louisiana bayou town, the US government is quietly sponsoring a breakthrough experiment set to solve one of the greatest energy problems of our time…

But only a handful of companies have the green light to exploit it for huge gains…

INSIDE: How the “Cameron Parish Project” could pay you $16,500 or more every year… for the next 20 years and beyond…

 

Dear Reader,

A drive through the marshy bayou of Cameron Parish, Louisiana, can be a bit depressing.

Poverty and hardship are everywhere in this Gulf community.

Mangled cars dot the outskirts, reminders of the devastation of Hurricanes Rita and Ike.

Some of the residents are still living in the shabby temporary trailers built after homes were wiped out… first by Rita in 2005 and then by Ike in 2008.

As you cruise through town, you’ll notice many of the old shops are abandoned. The mostly Creole population shrank drastically after Rita.

The post office closed down. Only one bank and one gas station remained. There used to be three local grocery stores – after the storms, there were none.

In fact, only the crawfish have much value. You’ll even see people stop on the side of the road to dig them up from the mud.

Yes, Cameron Parish has been down on its luck for some time now…

But all of that is about to change… quickly.

You see, this remote community could soon be the source of billions of dollars in wealth…

You might not be able to find it on a map, but what happens in Cameron Parish may singlehandedly dictate much of the world’s energy future.

In a cove off the Gulf Coast, behind a large security gate, a mysterious project is being built under the watchful eyes of the US Department of Energy.

The breakthrough experiment conducted inside the massive building will have sweeping ramifications for American foreign policy, international energy security and the financial markets.

If you act swiftly, you could claim your share in these riches.

I’m talking about a chance to collect regular quarterly payments that could reach five figures every year – for the next 20 years and beyond.

You’ve been looking for an opportunity that could generate steady but spectacular income to fund your retirement…

This is it.

In a moment, I’ll tell you exactly how you could cash in…

But I have to confess, I’ve hardly ever seen anything like the massive energy “experiment” taking place in Cameron Parish.

What I’m sharing with you today has nothing to do with solar, wind, geothermal power or uranium. And it’s not another overhyped oil discovery.

Yet this unique $400 billion experiment has the potential to solve one of the greatest energy problems plaguing America right now.

Here at home, it also means the creation of thousands of new jobs, economic growth and a reduction in the national deficit. 

But for the world, the results of this experiment could trigger a huge geopolitical power shift.

Meanwhile, this energy technology is going to mint money for early investors…

And you could be one of them.

You see, the “Cameron Parish Project” involves a highly specialized technology few people in the energy industry even know about.

This complex science is what turned Qatar from a desert outpost to the richest country in the world.

But this technology had never been tried in the US.

Until the Cameron Parish Project.

Now the US companies that have this technology are on the verge of becoming kingmakers.

But here’s the thing…

The Dept. of Energy has kept a tight lid on this experiment – and the companies that can use this breakthrough technology for profit.

Only two companies are currently approved to move forward.

That means their early advantage will give them a leg up on the eventual competition.

And as the only ones in America that possess this technology, their services will be in constant demand.

The act of receiving government approval by itself is a massive feat. I’m sure you’re aware of the obstacle course Washington requires American energy companies to navigate.

And one of these companies I’m going to tell you about in this presentation is at the forefront of all of this new wealth creation.

But before I do, let me be crystal clear: While this situation could fund a large portion of your retirement…

It could also cripple the portfolios of investors who don’t quickly recognize the massive energy shift taking place.

Time is of the essence. Get in now and you could be set to reap massive, growing profits for the next 20 years – and beyond.

In fact, this type of situation is very rare – but scenarios like it have made early investors a fortune.

Take a look…

The Biggest Event in
American Energy History?

You’re probably aware of the shale oil and gas revolution in the United States over the last five years. The situation is very similar to what’s happening right now in Cameron Parish.

Only a few companies have approval to use a breakthrough technology in the United States. In the case of shale gas, that technology was hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

The companies that started fracking first made a fortune.

Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm was the first to drill in Oklahoma, Texas and North Dakota.

In just over two years, Continental shares soared a whopping 560%.

Hamm is now incredibly wealthy… His family is wealthier than Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and the estate of Steve Jobs, according to the recent Forbes list.

Chesapeake Energy was one of the first companies in the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania. Once it started fracking there, its share price shot up 127%.

CEO Aubrey McClendon became a multibillionaire. The company even put its name on an NBA arena in Oklahoma City.

But he wasn’t the only investor who got paid by the shale boom. Savvy investors who recognized fracking’s potential early set themselves up for a lifetime of gains.

In fact, some of these investors are still getting paid fat checks every few months.

For instance:

Now you have the chance to be just like these forward-thinking Americans…

You could set yourself up to collect handsome payments year after year – courtesy of the “Cameron Parish Project.”

Remember, only two companies have government approval to use this breakthrough energy technology in the US…

And early investors stand to rake in the profits too.

But here’s the thing: With the “Cameron Parish Project,” I think your gains could be exponentially higher than what fracking paid.

Let me explain why this mysterious project is estimated to be worth over $400 billion…

An Emerging “Golden Age”

As you can probably tell, I’m talking about the oil and gas industry. But I’m not talking about a new discovery.

And I’m NOT talking about fracking or drilling.

This “Cameron Parish Project” has to do with a technology so unique that the US government trusts only a handful of companies with it.

But I’ve gotten a bit ahead of myself…

So let me back up and explain what’s driving the need for this technology and the select companies that know how to properly exploit it…

It’s no secret that America is swimming in natural gas. Drillers have unlocked so much gas from tight rock that the USA is now the world’s No. 1 natural gas producer.

These drillers have returned massive profits to shareholders. Like the 560% gains from Continental Resources I told you about earlier.

Thanks to years of drilling, the United States is sitting on a massive oversupply of natural gas.

“The US natural gas market is bursting at the seams. So much natural gas is being produced that soon there may be nowhere left to put the country’s swelling surplus,” says the Associated Press.

Because of this oversupply, natural gas prices are at historic lows. But as you’re about to see in just a few moments, the “Cameron Parish Project” thrives off cheap natural gas.

In short: We have more natural gas than we know what to do with right now in the United States.

But what about the rest of the world?

“We are far from a global supply glut,” says Jason Bordoff, a former White House aide on energy policy.

In fact, the International Energy Agency recently proclaimed an emerging “golden age” of natural gas to 2035.

According to the IEA, global demand for natural gas is expected to increase by 50% over the next 20 years:

"Asia will by far be the fastest growing region, driven primarily by China, which will emerge as the third largest gas user by 2013," says the International Energy Agency.

Of course, let’s not forget energy-starved Japan, which shut down ALL of its nuclear power plants after the fatal meltdown at Fukushima.

Japan is turning to natural gas to fill the void, but it has no natural gas resources of its own.

The New York Times reports that Japan “desperately need(s) the gas.”

Natural gas is quickly becoming the energy source of choice after moves by Germany and some other European nations to turn their backs on nuclear power.

“We need more gas. After Berlin’s decision, gas will be a driver of growth,” says Gunther Oettinger, Europe’s energy commissioner.

But the problem in Germany and the rest of Europe is that there’s very little shale gas production.

For instance, The New York Times reports that “large reserves of gas discovered two years ago in Poland were initially projected to meet the nation’s energy needs for 300 years, but estimates have since been slashed by more than 80%.”

After disappointing early attempts at extraction, international energy giants like Exxon Mobil and Talisman Energy of Canada scaled back their investments.

And the cost of extracting European shale gas is roughly DOUBLE that of American reserves.

Get this: Energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie in Edinburgh estimates that European shale gas may meet a mere 5% of demand within the European Union by 2030.

“Shale gas in Europe is unlikely to revolutionize the energy industry like it has done in the US,” says Kash Burchett, European energy analyst at consulting firm IHS.

Europe is extremely concerned about the environmental impact of fracking.

Because of how densely populated Europe is, compared with the United States, the government is more reluctant to allow companies to tap new energy deposits, which are often near major cities.

“The primary obstacle to shale gas in Europe is politics,” says Burchett. “If you don’t have permission to drill, you can’t move forward.”

United Kingdom authorities temporarily banned fracking because they believe it causes earthquakes. Bulgaria and France have outlawed the process because of water pollution concerns.

Worse still, many countries, particularly in Eastern Europe, are reliant on Russia for its gas.

You see, Russian natural gas provides nearly 40% of the energy Europe relies on. In some European countries, it's as high as 100%.

Now, if Russia's state-owned energy company Gazprom operated like a normal business, everything would be fine.

But Gazprom finances Russian President Vladimir Putin’s corrupt political system.

Under Putin’s direction, Gazprom has been a notorious international villain, conducting business through coercion, paranoia and fear…

Gazprom cut off delivery of its precious fuel, a matter of life and death during European winters, to Ukraine and much of Eastern Europe in January 2006 and 2009.

In short: Europe NEEDS access to America’s vast supply of natural gas…

And Putin knows it.

In fact, reporting from inside Russia and Gazprom suggests that Putin and his gang of oligarchs are scared to death of US shale gas – and the “Cameron Parish Project.”

They know it could put them out of business in Europe.

That’s how massive this incredible $400 billion “Cameron Parish Project” is.

Folks who have the moxie to get in now could be set to reap large, growing payouts for the next two decades – and beyond.

So how will the “Cameron Parish Project” solve the greatest energy dilemma – and reap a fortune in the process?

America’s Great Energy
Transformation

America is awash in cheap natural gas right now, but it wasn’t always that way.

As recently as 2003, then Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan warned, “Today’s tight natural gas markets have been a long time in coming, and futures prices suggest that we are not apt to return to earlier periods of relative abundance and low prices anytime soon.”

Fears of impending shortages prompted several energy companies to propose the building of dozens of natural gas import terminals.

The US now has 11 of these import facilities, including one in Puerto Rico that can accept shipments from Qatar, Trinidad, Russia and other gas-rich nations.

But in recent years, an influx of US gas from vast, deeply buried onshore shale rock has sharply reduced American demand for imports of foreign natural gas.

Instead, this bounty of gas has given birth to a whole new American industry that was not even a possibility just a couple of years ago…

Exporting natural gas to areas of the world where supply is scarce and it sells at four TIMES the price or higher.

It’s a never-before-seen event that would inject billions of dollars into the United States economy.

And create thousands of much-needed jobs.

That’s the objective of the Department of Energy’s “Cameron Parish Project.”

Why does natural gas sell for much higher prices overseas?

For starters, the vast new resources in the US have pushed prices to record lows domestically.

But unlike in the US, where natural gas is priced on supply-and-demand fundamentals, in Asia and Europe, the price of natural gas is linked to the price of oil.

That’s because, in the past, natural gas was produced mostly as a byproduct of oil exploration, and prices have historically tracked oil.

Now, since the price of oil is substantially higher than the price of natural gas in many markets, importers of natural gas operating on fixed contracts are paying premiums for their gas.

I’m talking about importers in gas-hungry regions like China, India and Europe, where prices on average are roughly 250-300% higher than in the US.

These huge price gaps present big opportunities for companies that export gas…

The World Is Clamoring
for America’s Natural Gas

The International Energy Administration predicts that China will import 35% of its natural gas needs by 2015.

India is expecting to begin importing gas in the next two years. According to The Wall Street Journal:

“India's ambassador to the US has publicly pleaded for US gas as a way to get cleaner-burning fuel.”

Spain, South Korea and India have signed preliminary contracts to import gas from the US. Even countries, such as Germany, that have traditionally relied on Russia for gas have told US lawmakers they want access to their shale gas.

And these huge price gaps between the US and the rest of the world should remain intact for the next several years.

Prices for natural gas in Asia are still soaring after the Fukushima nuclear crisis because of a spike in demand for alternative energy sources.

As long as there’s a large premium between the price of US gas and the prices of European and Asian gas, these “Cameron Parish Project” companies will profit – handsomely.

Not to mention that we keep finding more and more natural gas in America, which drives the price of our natural gas down.

According to Lynn Helms, director of North Dakota's Department of Mineral Resources, it will take 16-18 years to fully develop the Bakken Shale.

“We'll be a big gas producer two decades from now,” says Helms.

Cheap American gas is good news for companies that can export it because it means more gas will be bought, sold and transported.

Exporting gas will also bolster America's relations with allies in Europe and help weaken the hold of major energy producers such as Russia.

The Washington Post says, “If the United States begins exporting natural gas, it would only encourage positive long-term structural changes in this international trade – away from Kremlin domination and toward a larger and more nimble world market.”

The prospect of significant volumes of US gas flowing onto the world market has US allies clamoring for access.

"New flow of [natural gas] supply from the US to Asia is an essential game changer that would contribute to energy security as well as economic and geopolitical stability in Asia," says Toshimitsu Motegi, Japan's minister of economy, trade and industry.

But here’s the thing…

It’s Never Happened Before

Natural gas is fairly easy to transport by pipeline across land, but it’s not quite as simple to ship overseas.

To ship natural gas overseas, it has to be converted into a liquid form, known as “liquefied natural gas,” or “LNG.” Once the gas is in liquid form, it can be transported in giant ocean tankers, similar to the way in which oil is shipped.

But the thing is that LNG requires very complex, expensive tankers. And it requires gigantic import and export terminals.

While the United States has imported natural gas for many years, we have NEVER exported it.

Now there are companies trying to turn their existing import terminals into export terminals in order to capitalize on the huge global demand for gas from the United States.

But it’s not that easy… not like flipping a switch.

Converting these import terminals to export facilities is a highly complex process that takes billions of dollars and several years to do.

Some companies are trying to build new terminals completely from scratch, which takes even more time and money.

These terminals are massive facilities. They must cool huge amounts of natural gas to -260°F. It is only at this super-cold temperature that natural gas turns into liquid.

And few companies in the energy industry have the kind of expertise to build or operate the terminals or the specialized tankers for shipping the gas.

But before a company can even think about exporting natural gas, it must gain approval from the US Department of Energy.

As you can imagine, the process for getting a license from the government to export natural gas is extremely burdensome. It’s littered with bureaucratic roadblocks and federal red tape.

Not to mention how expensive the process is…

Applications for approval cost $20,000. Licensing can cost up to $100 million.

In just the last three years, only two companies have received the government approval to start reaping the profits and shipping out natural gas.

These are the companies involved with the “Cameron Parish Project.” These are the companies I’m writing to you about today.

The ones that could pay you a fortune over the next 20 years because of their unique early-mover positions.

The companies with approval from the government have a serious leg up on the competition.

What are the names of these companies?

I can’t share that information in this letter – but I’ll show you how you could get it FREE in just a few minutes.

First, let me tell you a little more about these companies’ profit potential…

“Cameron Parish Project”
Company #1:
A $7 Billion Infusion
From Hungry Foreign Energy Giants

This company just recently received approval from the Department of Energy to ship out natural gas abroad.

So it’s building an export terminal on the shores of Louisiana.

But get this…

Three international energy giants are so eager to cash in on the globe’s ravenous appetite for natural gas that they signed deals to invest $7 BILLION into this company’s liquefied natural gas project.

In exchange, these two Japanese conglomerates and this giant French energy player will receive all of the natural gas from the company’s Louisiana project.

The project is forecast to yield 12 million tons of liquefied natural gas annually for 20 years.

“Cameron Parish Project”
Company #2:
America’s First-Ever
Natural Gas Exporter

The second opportunity I want to share with you is a bit more conservative than the first.

That’s because this company was the first to gain government approval to export liquid natural gas overseas, a market that until now has been dominated by Russia and Qatar.

And as this company has gotten further along in the process, its stock has started to rise.

However, this company stands to collect gobs of income from the contracts it’s already signed for the next 20 years, thanks to its position as a first mover.

It’s inked six major contracts with natural gas giants in Britain, Spain, South Korea and India, and most of these deals have terms of 20 years or more. That’s not even including the big 20-year deals it’s already signed with Chevron and Total.

And the company has plans for the development of a second liquefaction plant in Corpus Christi, Texas.

It’s an ideal location because of how close it is to South Texas’s Eagle Ford Shale, a massive oil and gas field set to surpass North Dakota’s Bakken this year in terms of oil growth rate.

Investment banking giant Blackstone recently snapped up a huge $2 BILLION worth of this company’s shares.

Better still, because both of these exporters have locked in these long-term contracts at specified rates, they’re immune to fluctuations in price that wreak havoc on others in the energy world.

So whether natural gas prices move up or down… the profits for these companies will keep rolling in.

I’ll tell you how you could invest in these companies and start reaping immediate profits in my free special report “How the ‘Cameron Parish Project’ Can Pay You for the Next 20 Years (and Beyond).”

I’ll show you how to get that report in a moment. But first, it’s not just the companies that will export the natural gas that are going to profit from this boom.

Smart Billionaires Are Loading Up

Over the next decade, there is going to be a massive build-out around the globe of the infrastructure required to enable liquid natural gas distribution.

I’m talking about all of the import and export terminals, the huge tankers needed to transport the liquid natural gas, storage tanks, pipelines and much more.

The construction of all these new facilities and equipment will simply be enormous.

One company plays a key role in building the infrastructure to make liquid natural gas exports a reality.

It builds the terminals, pipelines and storage tanks.

And the company has been winning contracts for LNG projects left and right…

And that was all in just the past five months!

Not to mention that it has $25.5 BILLION in backlogged projects, with half of those projects coming from the United States.

In the next five years, this company is going to do so much building for the natural gas industry you could see its stock rise exponentially as the money pours in.

Warren Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway, recently bought $404 million worth of this company’s stock.

And he’s not the only smart billionaire who’s loading up on shares of this explosive company…

According to MarketWatch.com, “Billionaire David Shaw's D.E. Shaw reported a position of 1.6 million shares, while Ricky Sandler's Eminence Capital bought 1.5 million shares of the stock.”

And because this company supplies the building materials and building services for the natural gas infrastructure the world is going to need, it’s a much safer bet than buying the individual natural gas producers.

It could be like buying shares of Cisco, a company that makes routers and switches, during the Internet boom of the 1990s.

At a time when thousands of websites were trying to be successful, Cisco sold just the “picks and shovels” to build the Internet and soared 9,500%.

Now you have a similar opportunity to cash in on this energy boom with the ultimate “picks and shovels” play.

I’ll reveal the name of this stock in my special report “The Billionaires’ Pick: The Big Winner From the LNG Infrastructure Build Out.”

This report and “How the ‘Cameron Parish Project Can Pay You for the Next 20 Years (and Beyond)” can both be yours FREE today.

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The Breakthrough That’s Turning
America’s Wasted Natural Gas Into
Big Profits

There’s a big problem with this new American oil and gas boom you’re not hearing about…

Oil companies drilling in America’s huge new reserves are now deliberately burning natural gas.

That’s right! They’re simply getting rid of it.

And I’m not talking about just a little bit of natural gas, either.

But gobs of it!

As The New York Times reports, every day they are wasting “enough energy to heat half a million homes for a day.”

And the Daily Mail reports oil drillers are “burning off enough gas to power Chicago and Washington.”

Drillers across America are burning natural gas, in places like Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale, Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale and North Dakota’s Bakken Shale, the largest oil fields discovered in the US in the last four decades.

And industry executives say that this practice is likely to happen in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Ohio, too, as drilling expands in new fields there.

Why is this happening? Because drillers are rushing to extract oil from these new oil fields in order to take advantage of the high price of crude oil.

Meanwhile, natural gas bubbles up alongside the oil, and since natural gas is currently far less valuable than oil, the gas gets “flared” or burned off.

It gets WASTED.

You see, unlike gas, oil can be transported by truck or rail to the market.

But there just aren’t enough pipelines or gathering stations to capture the natural gas that is found along with the oil.

“They are drilling so many wells, and the infrastructure just hasn’t kept up, so you don’t have any real choice,” says Mike Breard, energy analyst at Hodges Capital Management.

And spending big money to build the infrastructure to capture the gas doesn’t make economic sense for oil drillers, given the historically low price of natural gas.

“Pipelines are expensive: You have to maintain them. You need permits to build them. They are a pain,” says Troy Anderson, processing plant operator for oil and gas driller Whiting Petroleum.

So it’s cheaper for drillers to just destroy it.

“The gas is worth very little in comparison to oil,” says Bruce Hicks, assistant director of North Dakota’s Oil and Gas Division.

Analysts agree that flaring wastes a valuable resource. Burned-off gas, after all, generates zero revenue.

But imagine if there were a way for these drillers to turn all of that wasted natural gas into CASH…

WITHOUT having to build expensive pipelines…

WITHOUT having to build a processing plant…

WITHOUT having to spend ANY money on infrastructure…

Well, it’s now possible thanks to a revolutionary technology.

This has nothing to do with fracking or drilling.

It’s a breakthrough technology that enables these companies to turn the excess gas into profits without having to build any of the expensive infrastructure for harnessing and transporting natural gas.

It’s a much cheaper option for capturing the natural gas that is brought up along with the oil. It’s easy. And it’s very eco-friendly.  

The best part is that it doesn’t matter if the price of natural gas rises or falls. This technology benefits from cheap (and free) gas.

Even mega-billionaire Bill Gates says, “It is very interesting technology…”

And Bill Gates definitely knows a thing or two about interesting technologies.

As The New York Times says, “History just might repeat itself with [this breakthrough] revolutionizing the energy industry just as the microprocessor did the computer industry.” 

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Right now, you’d have 22 times your initial stake!

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