Michael Perinotti believes that the natural gas revolution has begun. He, too, is looking for undervalued natural gas investments, and today issues a report on Universal Bioenergy Inc. (OTCQB: UBRG) (OTCBB: UBRG) as being possibly one of the most undervalued natural gas investment opportunities in the market today. www.universalbioenergy.com
UNIVERSAL BIOENERGY INC. ANALYSIS:
Universal Bioenergy's (OTCQB: UBRG) (OTCBB: UBRG) primary business focus is the production, marketing and sales of natural gas, oil and alternative energy. Through a subsidiary (NDR Energy Group LLC), they currently sell natural gas to 28 of the largest public utilities, electric power producers and local gas distribution companies that serve millions of commercial, industrial and residential customers throughout the United States. Universal Bioenergy (OTCQB: UBRG) (OTCBB: UBRG) is also engaged in the acquisition of oil and gas fields, lease acquisitions, and development of newly discovered or recently discovered oil and gas fields, re-entering existing wells, transmission and marketing of the products to their customer base. They are also experiencing double-digit growth with achieved sales in 2010 of $41,320,647 and a record $71,747,840 in 2011, a 73.64% increase year over year.
Management's primary objective is to exploit changes in the volatile energy market that companies with larger staffs, higher overhead, and higher operating costs simply cannot achieve as quickly, if at all. They intend to propel the Company to a dominant market position and be one of the top independent energy companies in the United States. In Michael Perinotti's opinion, Universal Bioenergy (OTCQB: UBRG) (OTCBB: UBRG) stands out amongst other natural gas suppliers by clearly identifying their corporate business plan, objectives, and understanding, acting on, and embracing their competitive advantages.
With their comprehensive strategies to diversify the company, Universal Bioenergy will not only be able to compete on price, but also mitigate risks in the marketplace and reposition the competition so that they can compete effectively. These strategies include;
•Acquisitions of small to mid-sized oil and gas producers and marketers to gain market share •Acquisition of interests in gathering and transportation pipelines •Vertical integration to manage the supply chain •Oil and gas field development •Owning and controlling their own gas supply •Re-negotiating existing supply agreements •Obtaining gas at the producers price •Aggregation of supply from multiple independent suppliers •Access to the capital markets •Offer a diversified energy product mix •Alternative energy, e.g., solar, biofuels, coal and syngas for a balanced portfolio •Attract and retain quality personnel with incentive and equity based compensation •Addition of new higher margin profit centers
As a result of Management's aggressive mergers and acquisitions approach, Universal Bioenergy is projected to reach $1.04 billion in revenues over the next twelve months and $1.59 billion by 2016. These revenues would help equate to an estimated market cap of $745 million to $1.11 billion in twelve months and $1.14 billion to $1.71 billion in five years, according to a Fund Request for Capital Raise Memorandum issued by Vince Guest, President and CEO of Universal Bioenergy (OTCQB: UBRG) (OTCBB: UBRG).
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