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Holloman Energy Corp.ís (HENC) Growth In Line With Rising Demand for Energy

Demand for energy is driven by economic activity, population growth, and the use of energy in residential, industrial, and transportation applications. The world's population is forecast to grow from its current figure of 6.6 billion to 8.2 billion in 2030.  At the same time, global economic growth is forecast at 3.8% annually through 2030.  In 2007, the world is consuming more than 86 million barrels of oil per day (up 1.7% over 2006).  Demand is forecast to rise 2.4% to 88.2 million barrels in 2008.  Holloman Energy Corp. (HENC), a development-stage independent oil and gas exploration and production company which has operations in Australia and Canada, plans to grow by purchasing additional producing properties and high risk/high return international concessions.


Holloman Energy Corp. (HENC) has leveraged publicly available seismic data and production information to make smarter land purchasing decisions and optimize its exploration efforts. Holloman has also taken advantage of farm-in agreements which major oil producers are offering to smaller operators to maintain the activity required to fulfill various lease obligations.  The company has also developed a systematic and strategic program in the pursuit of its several projects. It is participating in several low-risk development projects in Canada which will provide the company with near-term cash flows to help fund its higher risk/higher return drilling projects in Australia.  While the Australian projects have a longer development timeframe, the oil and gas resources associated with these properties are immense and could provide Holloman with a substantial revenue and cash flow stream for many years to come.


In addition to developing its existing Canadian and Australian drilling prospects, Holloman plans to grow by purchasing additional producing properties and high risk/high return international concessions.  Holloman is expected to begin generating meaningful revenues from its Canadian projects within four to six months and has already identified 23 Canadian drill well programs for the next 12 months. Each well is expected to yield at least 50 barrels of oil or 500 MCF of gas per day, with production rising to exceed 1,500 barrels per day in 2008.


The key growth drivers of Holloman Energy Corp. (HENC) are the following:


         Experienced Management

         Disciplined fund raising approach of increased flexibility

         Acquire international oil concession permits

         Acquire existing oil properties

         Acquire new drilling lands through farm-in agreements 


As a competitive edge, Hollomanís management has extensive oil and gas exploration and development experience.  The companyís CEO Cameron King has assembled more than 70 drilling projects that are either under Holloman's direct control or operated as joint ventures with major Canadian energy companies. Australian VP of Operations Roy Whiting has over 30 years experience with major oil companies in various U.S. and international settings. VP of Operations Keith Miles has an extensive background in seismic interpretations, geological mapping and project management.  Holloman is also aggressively acquiring drilling properties, ongoing oil and gas producing wells in low-risk areas and potentially high return international oil and gas concessions in prolific producing regions. Holloman recently acquired an Australian energy company and is also contemplating a reverse takeover of a publicly traded capital pool company listed on the TSX exchange.


About Holloman Energy Corporation (OTCBB: HENC)


Holloman Energy Corporation, formerly known as Endeavor Energy Corporation, is a development-stage independent oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in Australia and Canada. At present, the Company owns oil and gas properties in the Gippsland Basin, Cooper Basin, and the Barrow Sub-Basin of Australia. The total potential resource value associated with its Australian holdings is estimated at 462 million barrels or $2.3 billion, based on $30 per barrel oil and one drilling zone assessed per permit. The Company also has several low-risk development projects in Canada encompassing 1.2 million acres and expected to provide a source of near-term cash flows.


Beacon Equity Research Disclosure


The analysts contributing to this report do not hold any shares of Holloman Energy Corp. (HENC) Additionally the analysts contributing to this report certify that the views expressed herein accurately reflect the analysts' personal views as to the subject securities and issuers. The analyst(s) writing this report recognize and aspire to all of the CFA Institute Guidelines for Independent Research. Beacon Equity Research (ďBeaconĒ) certifies that no part of the analysts' compensation was, is, or will be, directly or indirectly, related to the specific recommendation or views expressed by the analysts in the report Beacon Equity Research and its affiliates have been directly compensated a total of two hundred thousand shares directly from European American Investments for enrollment of HENC in its research program, and to oversee a broad based marketing effort for the company. Readers should be aware that this may present a potential conflict of interest. This report is based on data obtained from sources we believe to be reliable, but is not guaranteed as to accuracy and does not purport to be complete. As such, the report should not be construed as advice designed to meet the particular investment needs of any investor. Any opinions expressed herein are subject to change.
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