COST 50.41 per Barrel
PRODUCTION 1,000 Barrels in Realtime
56678400 Barrels Today
22331289600 Barrels this Year

Why we’re better than the competition

Due to our proximity to the primary source and our philosophy that we make our profit alongside, not before, our general partners, we apply a relatively modest markup and win only when you do.

Why we’re better than the competition

Due to our proximity to the primary source and our philosophy that we make our profit alongside, not before, our general partners, we apply a relatively modest markup and win only when you do.


Start the New Year off right.

Receive a sizeable tax discount all while making some money even at the current price of oil.

Welcome to Fusion Resources…

We are an independent oil and gas company based in Colorado Springs that offers excellent drilling joint ventures to qualified investors who appreciate what our programs have to offer. Our Objective Statement gives you an idea why you might like them:

Our Objectives:

  • To achieve nice investment returns for and alongside our partners by acquiring leases, drilling and cost-effectively managing the operations of successful oil and gas wells.
  • We accomplish this by focusing on geographic/geologic formations containing proved undeveloped reserves overlooked by major oil companies. We consult with experienced geologists and service companies to minimize risk, and utilize production operations so we are profitable whether oil prices are high or low.
  • We give top priority to our partners’ financial success because we have invested our own money in the wells. We treat our partners, people and service providers with honesty and respect, and observe the highest ethical standards regarding legal and environmental concerns.
AND THANKS FOR VISITING OUR WEBSITE!
Justin Brown
CEO Fusion Resources LLC

My name is Justin D. Brown, CEO of Fusion Resources. I, as well as my entire Team are proud of the organization we have built and the demonstrated financial success we have achieved for our partners. We invite you to explore our Website; to learn more about us, and how you might benefit from partnering with us in our joint ventures.

We know the main reason you are here: to find out if we are the right fit with your financial goals and strategies. Please consider our Website your information resource for doing just that. And the best way to start is by getting answers to three basic questions found below.

There is a lot to consider, and only you can decide if oil and gas joint ventures meet your needs. So after reading our answers, we invite you to contact us to discuss further. You can use the “Contact Us” tab on our Website. Or you can call us at 719 368-8100.

Our joint venture partners know the value Fusion Resources adds to long-term business relationships because we work hard for them and earn nice returns. If oil and gas joint ventures fit your financial needs, we can do the same for you.

Best wishes going forward!

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Why should you consider investing in oil and gas joint ventures?

Excellent question!  Here is a candid explanation of what oil and gas joint ventures are, what types of investors may benefit from them, and what to look for in the offering company.  It also explains why, if you are the type of investor who wants to discuss them further, you should contact Fusion Resources.

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Why should you consider investing in Fusion joint ventures?

It is important for you the investor, and we can provide a number of excellent reasons. All oil and gas joint venture companies will tell you “how great” they are.  But they are missing the point!  You want to know why you should invest your hard-earned money with them.  And that is what we will focus on here!  Let’s start with some numbers:

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How can I understand all the details presented in joint venture documents?

Most private investors compare reading joint venture documents to drinking from a fire hose: the volume of information and terminology are overwhelming.  There might be a “Project Overview” as well as the “Private Placement Memorandum” or “Confidential Information Memorandum”.  How do you figure it all out?

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Investors

Fusion Resources, LLC of Colorado Springs, is an independent oil & gas company that drills and produces oil and gas domestically in proven undeveloped areas. These are not iffy, “pay and pray” programs — most are already producing income. A typical partner is an accredited investor who can utilize the 100% write-off for participating. In most instances, the government pays for as much as half of the investment AND the first 15% of revenue is tax-free.

Benefit #1

The intangible expenditures of drilling are usually about (65 to 80%) of the cost of a well. These expenditures are 100% deductible during the first year.

Benefit #2

The Tax Code specifically states that a Working Interest in an oil and gas well is not a “Passive” Activity, therefore, deductions can be offset against income

Tax Incentives

Attractive tax advantages that help reduce foreign imports.

Oil and Natural gas from domestic reserves helps to make our country more energy self-sufficient by reducing our dependency on foreign imports. In light of this, Congress has provided tax incentives to stimulate domestic natural gas and oil production financed by private sources. Drilling projects offer many tax advantages and these benefits greatly enhance the economics. These incentives are not “Loop Holes” they were placed in the Tax Code by Congress to make participation in oil and gas ventures one of the best tax advantaged investments.

This page is displayed as general tax code information related to oil and gas investments.  The following information and Internet URL is provided for your convenience and should not be construed as tax advice from Fusion Resources LLC.

Read “Oil: A Big Investment With Big Tax Breaks”

Read “IRS: Costs You Can Deduct or Capitalize”

read U.S. Code § 461

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Intangible Drilling Cost Tax Deduction

The intangible expenditures of drilling (labor, chemicals, mud, grease, etc.) are usually about (65 to 80%) of the cost of a well. These expenditures are considered “Intangible Drilling Cost (IDC)”, which is 100% deductible during the first year. For example, a $100,000 investment would yield up to $75,000 in tax deductions during the first year of the venture. These deductions are available in the year the money was invested, even if the well does not start drilling until March 31 of the year following the contribution of capital.

read U.S. Code § 263

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Tangible Drilling Cost Tax Deduction

The total amount of the investment allocated to the equipment “Tangible Drilling Costs (TDC)” is 100% tax deductible. In the example above, the remaining tangible costs ($25,000) may be deducted as depreciation over a seven-year period.

read U.S. Code § 263

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Active vs. Passive Income

The Tax Reform Act of 1986 introduced into the Tax Code, concepts of “Passive” income and “Active” income. The Act prohibits the offsetting of losses from Passive activities against income from Active businesses. The Tax Code specifically states that a Working Interest in an oil and gas well is not a “Passive” Activity, therefore, deductions can be offset against income from active stock trades, business income, salaries, etc.

read U.S. Code § 263

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Small Producers Tax Exemption

The 1990 Tax Act provided some special tax advantages for small companies and individuals. This tax incentive, known as the “Percentage Depletion Allowance”, is specifically intended to encourage participation in oil and gas drilling. This tax benefit is not available to large oil companies, retail petroleum marketers, or refiners that process more than 50,000 barrels per day. It is also not available for entities owning more than 1,000 barrels of oil (or 6,000,000 cubic feet of gas) average daily production. The “Small Producers Exemption” allows 15% of the Gross Income (not Net Income) from an oil and gas producing property to be tax-free.

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Lease Costs

Lease costs (purchase of leases, minerals, etc.), sales expenses, legal expenses, administrative accounting, and Lease Operating Costs (LOC) are also 100% tax deductible through cost depletion

About Us

To create wealth for our partners who are the life blood of our company. To treat our employees with respect and provide an environment for their growth as team members and human beings. To treat our contractors, vendors, service providers and advisors as valued members of our Fusion Resources family. To contribute to our community financially and, through our efforts and positive thoughts, to achieve a common goal. To always remember that honesty is not just the best policy; It’s the only policy.

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Past and Present Joint Venture Partnership Projects
Little Garrett

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
300,000 - 600,000 BO

  • 25 New Wells
  • Nowata County, Oklahoma
  • Approximately +/- 80 Acres
  • Bartlesville Formation
  • 300,000 - 600,000 BO
Wolfcamp OS

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
1,000,000+ BO

  • 1 PUD (Proven Undeveloped)
  • Gains County Texas
  • Approximately +/- 40 Acres
  • Wolf Camp Reef Reservoir
  • 1,000,000+ BO
Wolfcamp

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
400,000 BO

  • One New Vertical Well (9,800ft)
  • Gaines County, Texas
  • Approximately +/- 80 Acres
  • Wolf Camp Reef Reservoir
  • 400,000 BO
South Yale

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
300,000 - 500,000 BO

  • 4 New PUD (Proven Undeveloped Wells)
  • Payne County, Oklahoma
  • Approximately +/- 450 Acres
  • 1st & 2nd Wilcox, Prue, Skinner, Red Fork, Woodford, Mississippi, Misener, Viola, and Oswego Pay Horizons are known to be present.
  • 300,000 - 500,000 BO
San Andres

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
350,000 - 550,000 BO

  • 1 Well
  • Gaines County, Texas
  • Approximately +/- 154 Acres
  • Bartlesville Formation
  • 350,000 - 550,000 BO
Little Maddux

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
350,000 - 550,000 BO

  • 57 Wells
  • Nowata County, Oklahoma
  • Approximately +/- 400 Acres
  • Bartlesville Formation
  • 350,000 - 550,000 BO
Paxton

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
125,000-220,000 BO

  • Eleven New Wells
  • Nowata County, Oklahoma
  • Approx. +/- 40 Acres
  • Bartlesville Formation
  • 125,000-220,000 BO
Two Forks

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
1,000,000 BO

  • 4 New Vertical Wells (6,000ft)
  • Stonewall County, Texas
  • Approximately +/- 320 Acres
  • Atoka Conglomerate (Primary Target), Caddo Limestone (Secondary Target)
  • 1,000,000 BO
Red Plains

Estimated Recoverable Reserves:
200,000 - 500,000 BO

  • 1 Horizontal Well
  • Wichita County, Texas
  • Approximately +/- 160 Acres
  • Atoka Conglomerate
  • 200,000 - 500,000 BO

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