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What people are saying about Homeland Energy GP

Here’s what people say about our company and their oil project experience.

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Bill and I go back nearly 40 years, we started doing business in the 70’s where Bill was the operator. If there is one thing I can say, its Bill Collins is a man of his word. If he says he’ll do something, he does it. You don’t find that in the oil patch everyday. The business has changed over the years. Back then it was $8-$10/barrel where you were just breaking even. Now it can be $60-$100/barrel and economically you’re having a nice day; the whole economic picture has changed.

Herm Bertuleit
Bay City, Michigan

The integrity, experience and knowledge of Bill and Scott Collins and their willingness to answer every question and allow me as much hands-on participation as I wanted, along with the documented history of success of Wilco Energy, was more than enough to convince me to invest. Now that we have the Centerpoint project under our belts and have gained the utmost respect for the tenacity of Wilco Energy, we are eagerly anticipating the start of the next project. Count us in!

Howard L DeWolfe
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Very honest people to work with for their integrity and hard work. I stand by Wilco 110%. I was able to go there and see their place of business and see the wells; they were always open to giving information and constant updates. I’ve known others in this industry and Wilco is exceptional to work with. I was just talking with Scott about the possibility of us working together again.

Jim Ragland
Owner, TKC Industries, Reading, PA

The United States is the largest petroleum consumer in the world and the third largest in crude oil production. In 2011, the US crude oil production reached its highest level since 2003 at 5.6 billion barrels a day. Oil imports have been falling and net imports as a share of total consumption declined from 57 percent in 2008 to 45 percent in 2011 – the lowest level since 1995. (U.S. Energy Information Administration)

Crude oil-based petroleum products are the dominant source of energy and the world’s largest industry based on dollar value. Petroleum is vital for many industries to thrive and for maintaining industrial civilization itself, making it a critical concern for most nations. To keep up with consumption, oil companies must constantly look for new sources of petroleum, as well as improve the production of existing wells.