Profit From America’s Next Top Oil Frontier

  on November 19, 2013

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From the Desk of Tobin Smith, Fox News Alumnus…

“Two industry heavyweights with a combined worth of
$74 billion could be set to fight it out for ownership of…”

Gray Fox Petroleum’s est. 1.25 Billion Barrels of Oil
And Its 32,723 Acre West Ranch Prospect


Buy shares of GFOX now while you can still get
them at around $1.00 and you could…

Turn $10,000 into $282,000 in the next 6 months!

Fellow Energy Investor:

Newsflash: Thanks to fracking, big-oil is now prowling
previously under-developed areas of America searching for
ripe-for-picking shale oil leases.

Practically overnight, parts of Nevada have become the red-hot
squabbling grounds where land-hungry, profit-conscious, big-oil
companies are practically in hand-to-hand combat over the
purchase of the most promising oil and gas leases.

While big-oil and opportunistic energy investors have been
preoccupied with the vast oil reserves of the Bakken and the
Monterey shales, the smaller, but still-significant and I think,
potentially more-profitable resources of Nevada are now
capturing the attention of major oil companies.

I believe that the under-developed areas of Nevada are in the
early stages of another Bakken-type of land rush.

And if you followed what happened to some of those early Bakken
energy stocks, you already know that getting in early was the
key to profits of…

– Abraxas Petroleum with a gain of 903%
– Northern Oil and Has with a gain of 1,473%
– Whiting Petroleum with a gain of 783%
– Rosetta Resources with a gain of 1,078%

Gray Fox Petroleum GFOX Has Beaten Big-Oil to the Punch!

Unknown, Gray Fox Petroleum Corp GFOX has somehow managed to
lock up a 100% working interest in a prime, 32,723 acre oil
prospect known as the West Ranch Prospect. In fact, under the
terms of their deal, they practically stole it.

When big-oil comes knocking, GFOX stands to make a huge profit.
And so could you, if you own GFOX now before the bidding war

Here’s the thing: to all its big-oil neighbors, that 1.25
billion barrels of estimated oil is as tempting as ice cream
to a ten-year-old.

One of the industry’s most experienced and respected
Registered Professional Geologists, just concluded an
extensive survey of the West Ranch Prospect.

In a signed Report, released in May, 2013…
“the total potential for the prospect is 1.25 Billion
Barrels of Oil.”

That’s one heck of a lot of oil concentrated in one small
spot. The simple truth is that this area of Nevada, where
Gray Fox GFOX controls 32,723 acres is fast becoming
big-oil’s NEXT energy hot spot.

Select here to read my new report:

The West Ranch Prospect is located smack in the middle of
Nevada’s prolific oil generating basin and sits over what
geologists refer to as the Mississippian Diamond Peak
sandstone and the Devonian Guilmette dolomitic carbonates.

Let the bidding war begin!

I don’t know how they pulled it off. All I can say is GFOX
absolutely stole West Ranch for pennies on the dollar. And
at the price it paid for that estimated 1.25 billion
barrels of oil, it looks to me as if the company could
easily make a 1,000 percent profit selling its leases at
way below their fair market value.

Gray Fox Petroleum’s potential 1.25 billion
barrels of oil make it a prime takeover
target for any major oil company

– Noble Energy (NYSE:NBL; market cap $27B) just announced
an aggressive $130 million exploration plan for its
Nevada prospect. Noble might decide $25 a share for GFOX’s
estimated 1.25 billion barrels of oil is a bargain.

– With ownership of 75,885 Nevada acres EOG Resources Inc
(NYSE:EOG $46.7B) is not only a potential buyer, but in
my opinion a front runner in the race to grab GFOX’s
potential 1.25 billion barrels of oil.
If I’m right, and my track record suggests I am, that would
mean that if you act now while you can still get GFOX for
$1.00 a share, you could…

Turn $10,000 into $282,000 in the next 6 months!

You’ll find my track record, as well as more-complete details
on Gray Fox Petroleum GFOX and its West Ranch Prospect when
you visit the link below:

Read about the Nevada oil boom and GFOX here:

Best Wishes,

Tobin Smith

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