Black Diamond Oil to Deliver Giant Revenue in June 2014 for Shareholders

Black Diamond will become large stakeholders in these projects thus delivering giant revenue for their partners through, “Black Diamond Development and Exploration Co ltd. Seychelles” who fund these companies.

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Manila, Philippines (PRWEB) April 29, 2014

It is not by coincidence that the board of director’s approach, to cash flow internationally cash rich oil projects is working for Black Diamond and their partners. Management has a four-pronged approach to making money from gas and oil --acquisitions, exploration, oil refinement, and enhanced oil recovery.

The focus starts with the Middle East, as Black Diamond focuses on new joint venture’s and partnerships in 2014, that require capital expenditures to boost the already existing oil companies, refinery’s, and natural gas pipeline companies who need more cash flow in there projects.

Black Diamond will become large stakeholders in these projects thus delivering giant revenue for their partners through, “Black Diamond Development and Exploration Co ltd. Seychelles” who fund these companies.

Moreover, conservative investors require a more dependable income stream, preferably with the potential for growth. By the numbers, BDDEC can deliver just that.

This conservative approach will help fund the company's commitment to spending $100 million in 2014 in capital projects. Management's goal is to add these new projects and deliver a dividend payout ratio at a reasonable 45% through prudent management and earnings growth.

Investors are pouring money into energy companies, putting seven times as much into exchange-traded funds as they did last quarter. Black Diamond shareholders are betting oil and gas get more expensive and fatten profits of oil producers, and refinery’s who have existing Joint venture agreements with BDDEC.

“The size of the flow is unequivocal,” said Ronald Flynn, chief executive officer of Black Diamond Development and Exploration Co. “Energy is becoming a favorite for foreign investors.”

“Because these oil projects, and refinery joint venture’s are extremely liquid, they can be used tactically,” said John Lamb, president for Black Diamond. “Some investors expect energy stocks to rise. Others want to spread their money around to reduce the risk of losses in other industries. Subsequently with our strategy to only invest in cash flow oil projects, we already have received a cornucopia of cash from investors from all over the world”.

“The fun play is oil refiner’s," said Ronald Flynn, who also advises for BDDEC, stating that just like real estate, cash on cash analyses plays are the same as investors who look for properties where cash flow is king.

The variable productivity of shale plays is fueling fierce competition among pipeline companies looking for long-term contracts to transport reliable quantities of oil and gas.

New shale plays have cropped up around the world. There has been an edifice frenzy of new pipelines being built in the Middle East and refineries but no connections or hard cash to to access them unless you are one of the big boys.

Black diamond and its partners will finance these projects, along with oil refinery deals, because they have real growth projections and proven track records.

"Ronald Flynn said, “we are putting more money to work in the Middle East and abroad in 2014, as part of our development plan to double our profits by locking up joint ventures that pay great dividends with very low risk."

Black Diamond Oil Co. strategy is to cash flow internationally oil and refinery projects thus delivering giant revenue for their partners, Black Diamond Development and Exploration Co ltd. Seychelles, who fund these companies, will follow a more conservative approach as there investors require a more dependable income stream preferably with the potential for growth.

This press release contains forward-looking information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of the 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is subject to the safe harbor created by those sections.