Liquid products derived from coal are in high demand and sell at a significant premium over conventional oil.
Removing some of the biggest risks of conventional and horizontal drilling while enjoying the huge tax benefits from this asset class has attracted significant investor attention.
The equipment and processes have been under development for more than a decade. Several commercial distillation units have been built and put into operation. The process has a proven track record.
Both the technology and proprietary process have been
fully vetted and are now protected by domestic and international patents.
Innovative Cleaner Energy Solutions
Investing in Mature and Stable Assets
The investor owns the ATM assets and the Company
outsources the placement and management of ATMs
with qualified management companies through "best
in class" negotiated ATM Management Agreements.
The acquired contracts have been historically owned
and controlled by private equity or hedge funds that
are attracted to this sector, due to the ATM's strong
operating margins and tangible hard-asset title to the
ATMs held as collateral.
The ATM recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and the
opportunity in private sector investment in this space through privately held units is extensive. Such units may generate serious income for investors who seek “hands off” passive income with consistent and reliable cash flow streams.
As a smart investor it pays to think outside of the ATM Box
According to the National Association of REIT (Real Estate Investment Trusts) the Self-Storage sector produced an average of 17.43% annual returns from other REIT sectors over the same time period.
According to the NAREIT the self-storage asset class also outperformed
other sectors in the most recent recession. From 2007-2009 the
self-storage sector produced an average of -3.80%. For comparison,
here are the returns from the other REIT sectors over that same
When the economy is good and disposable income is on the rise, people
buy more "stuff' and need a place to store it. In the midst of the recession,
when homeowners were losing their homes to foreclosure or downsizing to
apartments, they also needed a place to put their stuff. Where do they go?