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Better than British Petroleum

Written By Brian Hicks

Posted June 1, 2007

Sam, our intrepid international investing guru, isn’t here to say "I told you so." But we know he’s thinking it from afar.

Sam is on a fact-finding mission the next couple of weeks in Israel. We expect him to uncover detailed information about profit opportunities from Israeli IPOs and insights from the Sustainable Energy Conference.

Why is he thinking "I told you so?" Because oil giant BP has confirmed its return to Libya’s oil and gas fields for the first time in more than 30 years, according to a press release this past Tuesday.

"The potential for explosive profits in Libyan oil is truly remarkable." That has been Sam’s mantra since November, and his Orbus Investor readers have reaped the rewards.

The New York Times has suggested that Libya possesses "enough to meet the daily imports of the United States for eight years."

Sam’s readers got in early on one small company that outmaneuvered the largest oil companies in the world for a piece of the action in Libya .

BP is late to the party by two years. Sam’s little-known company has been there since 2005, and profits are starting to soar.

This is truly the final frontier for petro-profits, and there’s still plenty of room for you to participate. In fact, we expect it to double by the end of the year.

I encourage you to read Sam’s report on "The Great African Energy Grab of 2007."

That way, you can say "I told you so" when you’re sitting pretty with triple-digit profits.

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