Secret "Project Bronco"
Probes Ocean of Oil in the U.S.
over four decades, one of the single
largest oil resources in the world is finally tapped.
Early investors stand to make an absolute fortune.
support of the U.S. government, American companies are now mobilizing on
a massive oil reserve...
A cache that could hold as much as 430 billion barrels.
To put that in perspective, that's more than all the oil in Iraq and
Saudi Arabia, combined...
And it's right here in the United States.
No, I'm not talking about "oil sands," or any kind of
I'm talking about liquid, bubbling crude. Stuff we can just pull out of
the ground and use. Stuff that's been buried right underneath our feet
for decades... but has been impossible to tap...
"The recoverable resource would last over 400 years,"
says the RAND Corporation, an elite government think tank.
"That's more than all the proven oil reserves of crude oil in
the world today," reports the Denver Post.
Shocking, I know.
But that's just half the story...
Initially dubbed "Project Bronco" by the Feds, this initiative
spans nearly every state in the country. And thousands of drilling
applications from oil companies, big and small, have been pouring into
Claims are being staked -- huge projects that will likely make millions
for many folks. In fact, the Department of Energy (DOE) has already
written big checks to get these projects going.
But here's the thing...
While there's a lot of money to be made from the production of this
No oil company can even think about drilling if they don't
have access to a brand new, revolutionary drilling technology...
A device that allows oil firms to finally access this ocean of oil...
from areas once thought impenetrable.
As geologist Mike Boyles says: "[It's] the magic drug for getting
[this] oil out of the ground."
As shocking as this story is, most people have forgotten the fact that,
at one time, America was an oil superpower -- the largest producer on
the planet. More than capable of supplying our own energy needs.
In fact, at one time, US fields accounted for over 70% of all the oil
produced in the world.
Illinois alone was pumping more oil than Iran and Iraq combined.
But the gushers wouldn't stay gushing forever. And once the
"easy" oil was gone -- the stuff that just burst from the
ground -- what remained was simply unreachable.
We didn't have the technology.
So oil companies pulled up stakes... and started looking elsewhere.
But the amount of oil left behind was far from insignificant...
Government's Giant 50-Year Oil Project
In the 1950s, government scientists plotted and tested these old,
In Louisiana, they discovered 458 million barrels left behind by the
majors. In Kansas, 243 million. In Montana, estimates are well over 3
The list goes on and on...
In total, the government discovered that hundreds of billions of barrels
-- the single largest known energy source on the planet -- was still
sitting in the ground, trapped.
Extracting this oil became one of the government's primary objectives...
and the focal point of a clandestine government operation. The
aforementioned "Project Bronco."
Its singular mission: Devise a way to release this trapped oil.
As oil expert and author Dr. Jerome R. Corsi would later remark,
"U.S. oil production did not 'peak' because we ran out of domestic
oil. Much oil in the U.S. has been kept in the ground awaiting new
For decades "Bronco" agents worked on the problem. One plan --
hit upon in 1967 -- was to drop a nuclear bomb underground, to release
some of the trapped oil.
Crazy, I know.
But that just shows you how enormously important -- and profitable --
this resource is...
The lengths the government was willing to go to get it...
And why almost no one outside top agency circles was ever told.
Luckily, the nuke plan was rejected, and the original "Project
Bronco" was stopped. But the legacy of that initiative would fuel
research for the next several decades.
Which brings us to today...
Magic Drug for Getting Oil Out of the Ground"
When a well is first drilled, the oil explodes from the ground, thanks
to the earth's natural pressure.
However, after awhile, the natural pressure is exhausted. And the oil
won't flow on its own anymore.
That's the reason why oil companies (up until today) could only extract,
at most, half of the oil in any given well.
That's where this new technology comes in...
Using a revolutionary recovery system, centered on a CO2-based injection
solution, oil companies can now "re-pressurize" these old
Like adding fizz back into a flat soda, the mixture first thins the oil
then literally forces it up and out of the well.
Here's a picture of how it works:
As you can see, a second hole is drilled right next to the first one.
The solution is pumped in... and the oil is pushed out.
In other words, this
technology finally makes possible what the US government had been trying
to do for over 50 years.
And here's the kicker...
This process is so simple, it can be used on practically every oil well
in America... to potentially extract billions of additional barrels from
reserves that are just sitting there in the ground.