People, Ideas & Objects and myself will do well financially as a result of this disintermediation. The users and the service providers, who are essentially one in the same will also be doing fine as a result of these changes. Having control of their own destiny in terms of their service provider businesses. However the real winners are the investors who are willing to step up now and actively direct their producer firms to fund the development of the Preliminary Specification. Everybody but the bureaucracy wins.
In many ways this is the first opportunity for the investor class to participate in the Information Technology revolution. It is they who will be the ones who are the recipients of the earnings that the producers will be able to earn once the Preliminary Specifications decentralized production model is the business model that is used by the industry. Our value propositions present value is $5.7 trillion over the next 25 years. Those incremental revenues and subsequent earnings would flow to the investors if they had the foresight today to trigger the funding for People, Ideas & Objects Preliminary Specification.
Our system would also be used in an aggressive strategy of purchasing oil and gas assets from the soon to be bankrupt producer firms. As it seems that is where we need to be headed with the current bureaucracy. Having those newly acquired assets loaded onto the Preliminary Specification, and then in turn producing profits for their new owners. Changing what is a failing business asset into a jewel is how real money is made and that is the opportunity that is being presented here through our offering.
I was shocked to read in a Bloomberg article of the following losses being reported by some of the oil and gas investors. The article entitled “Biggest Winners and Losers of the Oil Price Crash.” Noted the following.
Oil losses and year over year profits for David Rubenstein’s Carlyle Group (down 65 percent; Rubenstein shown here), Leon Black’s Apollo (79 percent drop) and Henry Kravis’s KKR (down 94 percent). The private equity gang had invested heavily in the industry during the boom years.
I’m afraid to say that I don't see things getting any better for these funds. The losses that are being realized by these investors are going to be recurring as the ability and capability of the current bureaucracy to change is non-existent. They will not, can not, absolutely will never change their business model. It is impossible for them to do so. It has been five years in the natural gas business and they are at record production and soon to be record inventories. In 1986, the last time they had oil price declines. They suffered through it with systemic losses for 15 years. Without any changes made to the business during either of these past two instances, what has changed and what will be the difference as a result of the current oil price declines? Nothing. A shifting of drilling targets and throughput will not make any material difference to any of the metrics of the industry. If anything it will only help to focus the producers on the task at hand. Increasing their daily deliverability.
Investors have one option to make the changes to their benefit in the oil and gas industry. And that is to fund People, Ideas & Objects Preliminary Specification and realize the value proposition from the decentralized production model.
The Preliminary Specification and user community provides the oil and gas producer with the most dynamic, innovative and profitable means of oil and gas operations. People, Ideas & Objects Revenue Model specifies the means in which investors can participate in these user defined software developments. Users are welcome to join me here. Together we can begin to meet the future demands for energy. And don't forget to join our network on Twitter @piobiz anyone can contact me at 403-200-2302 or email here.