It is not often that an expert with over 40 years of experience in the oil and gas industry is also one of its leading-edge innovators. Jay R. Young, the founder and owner of King Operating Corporation, located in Dallas, Texas, is that—and more.
Jay is a fourth-generation oilman who has seen fortunes made and shirts lost in the high-risk and high-reward business of extracting oil and gas. By absorbing handed-down wisdom, heeding lessons learned from his own efforts, and studying strategies employed by his contemporaries—in oil and gas, as well as other industries—Jay has gained a level of expertise in the oil and gas business that is hard to match. He knows the business, and he knows what works.
Not only does Jay know how to spot a good oil field, he also knows what extraction methods to implement to grow the property’s value and optimize the oil well yield. These critical steps, combined with a strategic divestment plan, form the tenets of his revolutionary oil and gas investment strategy for accredited investors, which he discusses in his book, The Upside of Oil and Gas Investing.
In addition to leading a talented team of professionals at King Operating Corporation, Jay spends his time attending speaking engagements, presenting investment webinars on oil and gas Return on Investment (ROI), and contributing to panels that discuss current and future issues relevant to the oil and gas industry. He also finds the time to host a weekly podcast where he interviews exceptional people making an impact on society.
Jay R. Young, Oil and Gas authority and CEO of King Operating Corporation, is the mind behind the Acquire+Develop+Divest investment strategy and an oil and gas expert in Dallas, TX. Investors can leverage this strategy to achieve tax benefits, monthly revenue returns, and a capital ROI upon exit. If you are looking to grow your wealth, take the investor assessment now.
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