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107 Postings, 5663 Tage NEIS MICHLHeut könnt was gehn

 
  
    
14.08.07 14:10

2379 Postings, 6173 Tage tomerdingnoch gar kein "wir schaffens wie immer nicht"

 
  
    
14.08.07 14:27

2379 Postings, 6173 Tage tomerdingna, was sag ich....

 
  
    
14.08.07 20:08

2379 Postings, 6173 Tage tomerdingDa geht sogar das unter heute....

 
  
    
16.08.07 20:49
Press Release Source: Continental Fuels, Inc.

Continental Fuels Reports Record Second Quarter Financial Results 2007
Thursday August 16, 6:29 am ET

SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In the quarterly report filed with the SEC on August 14, 2007 for its second quarter ended June 30, 2007, Continental Fuels, Inc. (OTCBB: CFUL - News; FWB: CIQB), documented several financial achievements and demonstrated the successful implementation of its business plan. In its first full quarter of operations since its acquisition by Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation (OTCBB: UPDA - News; FWB: UP1) (BCN: UP1) (GER: UP1) (MUN: UP1) (STU: UP1), the financial results posted by Continental have improved across the board.

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Financial Highlights for the three Months Ended June 30, 2007

Total Revenues Increased to $ 5,783,701 from $ 22,500.00, an increase of 25,705%

Gross Profit Increased to $ 399,157 from $ (2405), an increase of 39,913%

"These numbers obviously demonstrate that we have dramatically increased our volume of sales and improved the profit margins realized from each barrel of condensate," confirmed Continental CEO Tim Brink. "Since we acquired the Brownsville facility and trading operations less than 4 months ago, the results have improved every month. In April, we took over operations at the Port, in May, we ran a test shipment and in June, we sold 72,000 barrels of condensate. As our volume has grown and our relationships have matured, our margins have improved. With the new products and additional capacity we are adding and intend to add through acquisitions and generically, we expect continued improvement through the last half of the year and beyond."

For further information, please visit www.continentalfuels.com.

Statements contained in this press release that are not based upon current or historical fact are forward-looking in nature. Such forward-looking statements reflect the current views of management with respect to future events and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties, and assumptions. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described herein as anticipated, believed, estimated, expected, or described pursuant to similar expressions.


Contact:

Continental Fuels
Jack Baker, 561-630-2977
Corporate Communications
info@continentalfuels.com  

2457 Postings, 6232 Tage smexalles geht zurzeit runter...

 
  
    
17.08.07 02:41
ein teil meiner beobachtungs-charts sieht ganz eindeutig aus...

der markt stürzt ab...ich hoffe, das hält nicht lange...

bin aber mit upda, greenshift, center-tainment und greater sooner relativ gut abgesischert...bisher nur -2000,-euro...virtuell natürlich...

bei center-tainment und greater sooner wird sich nichts mehr nach unten bewegen...

bei upda können wir im schlimmsten fall noch kurzfristig die 0,025 sehen...

bei greenshift die 0,02...

eine technische reaktion wird heute zu sehen sein, meine meinung...  
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16 Postings, 5698 Tage GascoigneCful

 
  
    
17.08.07 09:22
Kann man jetzt die engebuchten Cful verkaufen?
Wann kann ich sie verkaufen?
Es ist im Depot kein Kurs erkennbar

 

2457 Postings, 6232 Tage smexein jahr lang nicht...

 
  
    
17.08.07 11:51
deswegen kann man keinen kurs und einen noch nicht vorhandenen wkn erkennen...

alles ist genauso wie angekündigt verlaufen.

cful aktien sind da...1 jahr lang darf man sie nicht verkaufen.

wert ist zurzeit natürlich =0. Nach einem jahr wird der künftige CFUL Kurs angezeigt, sobald man sie auch verkaufen kann. Deswegen muss man auch keine Steuern zahlen.
 

2379 Postings, 6173 Tage tomerdingnochmals...

 
  
    
17.08.07 16:48
Press Release Source: Heartland Oil and Gas

Heartland Oil and Gas Corporation Reports Financial Results for Second Quarter 2007
Friday August 17, 6:29 am ET

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On August 14, 2007, Heartland Oil and Gas (OTCBB: HTOG - News; FWB: HOCA) timely filed its 10-QSB (Quarterly Report) with the SEC. Although this report demonstrates significant financial achievements and improvements, it does not yet reflect the expected dramatic impact of the recent acquisition of control of Heartland by Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation (OTCBB: UPDA - News; FWB: UP1) (BCN: UP1) (GER: UP1) (MUN: UP1) (STU: UP1).

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Corporate & Financial Highlights for the three Months Ended June 30, 2007

Total Revenues Increased to $ 125,213 from $ 117,300, an increase of 6.75%

Total Operating Expenses Decreased to $ 512,756 from $ 712,947 a reduction of 28%

Net Loss from Operations Decreased to $ 386,993 from $ 592,817, a reduction of 35%

General and administrative expenses for the three months ended June 30, 2007 were $278,460, compared to $338,429 for the three months ended June 30, 2006. This decrease was a result of reduced labor costs in the amount of $5,081 and an overall reduction of expenses in the amount of $48,883. During the six months ended June 30, 2007 compared to June 30, 2006, expenses were $474,635 and $729,875, respectively. This decrease was a result of reduced labor costs totaling $135,520. An additional reduction in overall administrative expenses resulted in a savings of $119,720 from the previous year.

While the change in management resulting from UPDA's acquisition of Heartland did produce immediate operational cost reductions, the accomplishments of the aggressive drilling program instituted since that time are not yet reflected in the numbers posted during the second quarter. As previously reported, Heartland will soon bring an additional 17 new wells online and will continue drilling two new wells per week in its Cherokee Basin Coalbed Methane Field in Eastern Kansas. Further, within days, Heartland will complete the acquisition of UPDA's Catlin Oil and Gas Field in Jack County, Texas and will take control of more than 10 producing wells in Palo Pinto County, Texas.

In anticipation of the acquisition in Palo Pinto County, Heartland authorized the completion of one of the wells into the Barnett Shale pay zone, thereby increasing its production to approximately 1000 mcfg/day. In light of this success, Heartland plans to complete at least six more of those wells into the Barnett Shale by the end of the year and to drill two salt water disposal wells. Heartland has also retained the services of well services giant Schlumberger to assist in its analysis of the Jack County wells with an eye toward recompletion in previously untapped production zones.

"While these numbers show that we have achieved our initial goal of reducing expenses and streamlining operations and that we can approach profitability from current production, we have a specific business plan that we intend to execute into the future. Our focus now is to deliver an increasing amount of natural gas to market," stated Heartland CEO Steven A. Fall.

For further information, visit www.heartlandoilandgas.com

Statements contained in this press release that are not based upon current or historical fact are forward-looking in nature. Such forward-looking statements reflect the current views of management with respect to future events and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties, and assumptions. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described herein as anticipated, believed, estimated, expected, or described pursuant to similar expressions.  

107 Postings, 5663 Tage NEIS MICHLEIN IRRER.....

 
  
    
17.08.07 18:43

muß heute am UPDA Markt gewesen sein!!! 3.642.546 Aktien zu 0,28 cent!!! Wert knap 1,2 Millionen EURO!!! Stuttgart 16.46 UHR

Schönes Wochenende 

 

1767 Postings, 7237 Tage hhsjgmrkann ich mir nicht vorstellen

 
  
    
17.08.07 19:34
bestimmt nur ein Fehler im System  

693 Postings, 5782 Tage calvinkleinsieht gut aus :D

 
  
    
17.08.07 19:39
 
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364 Postings, 5966 Tage tomLE@all,wer kann mir diesen Kursausbruch erklären?

 
  
    
18.08.07 12:45
Bitte nur ernst gemeinte Antworten posten, danke Gruß Tom.  

824 Postings, 7137 Tage jertleine fehlbuchung

 
  
    
20.08.07 13:11
nur eine 0 zu wenig  

364 Postings, 5966 Tage tomLE@jertl

 
  
    
20.08.07 13:19
Aber die gehandelte Aktien Stückzahl an diesem Tag in Stu schließt doch m.E. eine Fehlbuchung aus oder sehe ich das falsch?  

364 Postings, 5966 Tage tomLEUPDA News von heute...

 
  
    
20.08.07 15:21
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Catlin Oil and Gas, Inc., a subsidiary of Universal Property Development
and Acquisition Corporation (OTCBB:UPDA) (FWB:UP1) (BCN:UP1) (GER:UP1)
(MUN:UP1) (STU:UP1) has completed the acquisition of several leases and
more than 10 producing wells located in Palo Pinto County, Texas. These
wells are currently producing natural gas at a rate approaching 1000
mcf/day. In addition, within the past month, the Barron # 3 well of this
field was completed in the Barnett Shale and is flowing to the sales
line at approximately 1000 mcfg/day and many of the other wells have
been drilled into the Barnett Shale and have shown to be productive from
those levels.


This acquisition will include nearly 94% of the working interest in the
wells and leases and over 72% of the net revenue interest.


The acquisition is effective for all production generated by the wells
since July 1, 2007. The purchase price of $3.6 million cash plus over
$250,000 of closing costs included a $3.25 million conventional loan
from by Sheridan Asset Management, LLC of White Plains, New York and
over $600,000 cash from UPDA.


As previously reported, consistent with UPDAs
plan to streamline all E & P operations into Heartland Oil and Gas Corp.
(OTCBB: HTOG) (FWB: HOCA), these wells, together with UPDAs
Catlin Oil and Gas Field in Jack County, Texas, will be transferred to
Heartland. Heartland will assume UPDAs
obligations on its loan from Sheridan Asset Management, LLC. as
consideration for this transfer which will in turn substantially
increase Heartlands proven reserves and
immediately provide over 2000 mcf/day of natural gas production. In
addition to this transfer, Heartland Oil and Gas Corps
wholly owned subsidiary, Heartland Oil and Gas, Inc., will have become
authorized to do business in Texas and will be assuming control of well
operations from UPDA Operators, Inc., thus completing the transfer of
all UPDA exploration and production activities to Heartland.


The revenue from Julys
production will be paid at the end of this month, effectively reducing
the purchase price of the Palo Pinto wells by nearly $200,000 based on
Junes figures,
reports Heartland CEO, Steven A. Fall. And
that was before we nearly doubled production when the Barron well was
completed in the Barnett Shale. At least five more of those wells could
show the same production when they are completed in the Barnett. This is
a great opportunity for Heartland to expand into Texas, develop a solid
base of conventional reserves and generate significant revenues in
support of our aggressive coalbed methane programs in Kansas.


About UPDA


Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation www.universalpropertydevelopment.com
focuses on the acquisition and development of proven oil and natural gas
reserves and other energy opportunities through the acquisition and
incubation of under-funded energy ventures and cutting-edge
technologies. Consistent with this business plan, UPDA has recently
acquired majority ownership of two additional public companies,
Heartland Oil and Gas Corp. www.heartlandoilandgas.com
and Continental Fuels, Inc. (OTCBB: CFUL) (FWB: CIQB) www.continentalfuels.com,
and established a private, wholly-owned subsidiary, Aztec Well Services,
Inc., thereby expanding its asset base and significantly increasing its
sources of potential revenue.
 

5059 Postings, 6066 Tage Top1Form 10QSB; Quarterly Report

 
  
    
21.08.07 07:51
Form 10QSB for UNIVERSAL PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT & ACQUISITION CORP


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20-Aug-2007

Quarterly Report



Item 2. Management's Discussion And Analysis Of Financial Condition And Results Of Operations
Overview and Outlook

UPDA

The Company is engaged in the oil and natural gas acquisition, production, and development industry. UPDA currently has operations in the State of Texas.

Continental

Continental serves as the trading segment for UPDA. Continental owns and operates UPDA's port facilities, as well as the blending and distribution businesses. The management of Continental, in executing its business plan, has reorganized operations, increased condensate (light crude) trading and developed additional supply contacts and further top tier customers. In addition Continental is pursuing the acquisition of oil and gas marketing companies and other operations consistent with its goals.

Heartland

Heartland Oil and Gas Corporation is an oil and gas company primarily engaged in exploration, development, and sale of Coal Bed Methane ("CBM") in the Cherokee basin and Forest City basin of northeast Kansas. Heartland Oil and Gas Corporation holds their interest in nearly 1 million acres in eastern Kansas. Heartland incorporated in Nevada in 1998. Heartland Gas Gathering LLC, their wholly-owned affiliate, is responsible for gas sales and operation of the pipeline and associated facilities. Heartland Oil and Gas, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary, operates their project areas in eastern Kansas.

By the end of 2005 Heartland contracted to sell their gas and committed funds to construct a 5.5 mile gas gathering line and processing plant to initiate gas sales from Lancaster, their largest battery. Heartland initiated continuous gas sales in February 2006. Gas from the other three batteries is being vented while awaiting pipeline hook-up. A battery is a well or group of wells and associated production facilities in one general area.

Lancaster is currently producing approximately 300 thousand cubic feet of gas per day ("Mcfgpd"). Sales average approximately 225 Mcfgpd net of fuel gas, shrinkage, dehydration, and carbon dioxide extraction necessary to get the gas to sales quality. After processing, the gas delivered to the sales line averages 1006 million British thermal units per thousand cubic feet. The system and facilities are sized to support production growth from Lancaster, the adjacent batteries currently venting gas, and future development drilling between existing project areas. The adjacent batteries are currently venting approximately 200 Mcfgpd.

Results of Operations - For the Three and Six Months Ended June 30, 2007 and 2006

Natural gas sales. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, natural gas sales revenue was $193,384 and $264,742 compared to $19,446 and $34,477 for the same period during 2006. The revenues were the result of production in the Canyon Creek, Catlin and Heartland subsidiaries. The increase was primarily due to Catlin and Heartland production as in 2006 Catlin and Heartland were not yet acquired.

Oil sales. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, oil sales revenue was $154,566 and $278,292 compared to $98,107 and $168,154 for the same period during 2006. The revenues were the result of our producing wells in the Canyon Creek and Catlin subsidiaries. The increase was primarily due to Catlin production as in 2006 Catlin was not yet acquired.



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Condensate sales. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, condensate sales revenue was $6,694,036 and $7,806,861 compared to none for both of the same periods during 2006. The increase in revenue was primarily the result of the sale of condensate in the Continental subsidiary that was acquired in 2007. There were no revenues in the same period of 2006 because this is a new subsidiary for the Company. In addition, the increase in revenue was the result of the first sale of condensate from the tanks in Brownsville in the Texas Trading subsidiary that were purchased in 2007. There were no revenues in the same period of 2006 because this is a new business line for the Company.

Operating fees and other revenue. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, operating fees and other revenue were both $4,016 compared to none for both of the same periods during 2006. The increase in revenue was the result of compression and transportation revenue on the Heartland subsidiary that was acquired in 2007. There were no revenues in the same period of 2006 because this is a subsidiary for the Company.

Lease operating expenses. Our lease operating expenses were $454,522 and $665,174 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 compared with $48,427 and $59,205 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The increase was primarily due to Catlin, Aztec and Heartland production as in 2006 Catlin, Aztec and Heartland were not yet acquired and increased production in Canyon Creek in 2007 versus the prior period.

Cost of condensate sales. Our cost of condensate sales was $6,197,922 and $7,316,923 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, compared to none for both the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The increase was due to the cost related to the sale of condensate in the Continental subsidiary that was acquired in 2007 and to out first sale of condensate from the tanks in Brownsville in the Texas Trading subsidiary that were purchased in 2007.

Depletion. Our depletion expense was $175,213 and $220,641 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, compared to $8,182 and $12,964 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The increase was primarily due to Catlin & Heartland production as in 2006 Catlin and Heartland were not yet acquired and increased production in Canyon Creek in 2007 versus the prior period.

Consulting Fees and Services. Consulting fees and services increased by $4,358,826 and $4,690,601 to $4,899,728 and $5,506,495 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 compared to same period in 2006. The increase in consulting fees and services was partially due to the increase in consultants who were not on payroll for the acquisition of the US Petroleum Depot subsidiary in March 2007. In addition, there was an increase in consultants on UPDA for business consulting services in 2007 versus the prior period and UPDA-Operators had human resource and engineering consultants in 2007 versus the prior period. Also, stock was issued to officers and employees in 2007 versus the prior period.

Payroll and related benefits. Payroll and related benefits increased to $506,244 and $999,490 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, compared to $80,581 and $165,000 for the same periods in 2006. The increase was primarily related to increases in compensation expense associated with an increase in personnel required to administer our growth and entry into the energy business. In addition, the increase related to the consolidation of the Continental and Heartland subsidiaries that were acquired in 2007. There were no payroll expenses for them in the same period of 2006 because these are new subsidiaries for the Company.

General and administrative expenses. General and administrative expenses increased by $873,212 and $1,338,250 to $1,201,790 and $1,770,942 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, compared to the same period in 2006. The increase was primarily related to rent expense of $42,289 and $111,019, travel and entertainment expenses of $165,043 and $294,608, and legal and accounting expenses of $350,031 and $336,109 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007.



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Depreciation. Our depreciation expense was $77,374 and $135,339 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007, compared to $7,344 and $7,606 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The increase was primarily depreciation on the oil field equipment in the Catlin subsidiary as in 2006 Catlin was not yet acquired.

Other income (expense). Other income and expense decreased by both $52,688,590 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 versus none and $30,000 the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The decrease primarily related to the loss on settlement of notes payable for common stock on Continental. Other income and expense also decreased by both $1,500,000 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 versus none for both the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The decrease primarily related to a loss on debt conversion for an officer/shareholder advance to the Company. Other income and expense increased by both $1,680,730 because of a gain on the acquisition of Heartland's debt for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 versus the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. Other income and expense increased by none and $940,000 because of a gain on sales of equity interest in Canyon Creek, Catlin, and Texas Energy Pipeline for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 versus the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. 'Other income and expense also increased by interest income of $2,631 and $5,970 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 versus the three and six months ended June 30, 2006. The increase was primarily due to interest earned on the letter of credit outstanding at June 30, 2007. Other income and expense also includes interest expense which increased to $112,559 and $117,842 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 from $670 and $1,340 for the same periods in 2006.

Income tax expense. Our effective tax rate is 34% during 2007 and 2006. As we have significant net operating loss carryforwards, income tax expense is comprised of minimum state filing fees only.

Net loss after minority interest. Net loss after minority interest increased by $59,467,871 and $59,810,127 to $59,767,554 and $60,494,436 for the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 when compared to the same periods in 2006. The primary reason for the increase is the loss on settlement of notes payable for common stock on Continental.

Revenues Year to Date by Geographic Section

All revenue from sales of crude oil and gas during the three and six months ended June 30, 2007 were in the State of Texas.

Capital Resources and Liquidity

As shown in the consolidated financial statements, at June 30, 2007, the Company had cash on hand of $209,580, compared to $12,439 at December 31, 2006. Net cash used in operating activities was $4,961,824 for the six months ended June 30, 2007. We had a net loss of $60,494,436. We had non-cash charges that included $52,688,590 due to loss on debt conversion related to Continental acquisition, $1,500,000 due to loss on debt conversion related to officer/shareholder advances to Company, $1,680,370 gain on debt conversion related to Heartland acquisition, $4,685,152 due to consulting fees and services related to the issuance of common shares or options to acquire such shares, $652,673 related to accretion expense on the Sheridan loan and $355,980 related to depreciation, depletion and accretion expense. We had an add back of 940,000 from a gain on the sale of our equity interests in Canyon Creek, Catlin, and Texas Energy Pipeline subsidiaries, and $99,822 of minority interest loss. In addition, changes in operating assets and liabilities totaled $1,622,831 during the six months ended June 30, 2007.

Net cash used in operating activities was $755,796 for the six months ended June 30, 2006. We had a net loss of $684,309. We had non-cash charges of $480,950 due to consulting fees and services related to the issuance of common shares or options to acquire such shares, $30,000 related to gain on liabilities no longer due and never paid, $20,570 related to depreciation, depletion and accretion and $231,221 of minority interest income. In addition, changes in operating assets and liabilities totaled $71,272 during the six months ended June 30, 2006.

Cash flows used in investing activities was $1,591,035 during the six months ended June 30, 2007. It primarily consisted of $123,177 of cash acquired as part of Heartland acquisition, $310,446 for payment of capitalized oil and gas properties work-over costs, $187,863 for purchases of oil field equipment and other equipment and $1,147,503 for acquisition of the oil storage facility.



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Cash flows used in investing activities was $2,771,166 during the six months ended June 30, 2006. Investing activities included $1,998,536 used for payment of capitalized oil and gas properties work-over costs, $1,701,000 for payments for assignment of rights to oil and gas leases to the company, $1,000,000 for proceeds from substitution of cash for marketable securities of Siteworks Building and Development, Inc. and $146,630 for purchases of oil field equipment and other equipment.

The cash flows provided by financing activities of $6,750,000 during the six months ended June 30, 2007, consisted of $3,465,000 of proceeds from the sale of our Class B preferred stock, $1,350,000 advances received under line of credit, $1,729,000 proceeds of cash received from third party participation in Heartland subsidiary acquisition and a $206,000 increase in notes and loans payable.

The cash flows provided by financing activities of $3,744,268 during the six months ended June 30, 2006, consisted mainly of proceeds from the sale of our Class B preferred stock

On August 18, 2007 the Company executed a loan agreement with Sheridan Asset Management, LLC ("Sheridan") for the principal amount of $3,250,000. The proceeds of the note will be used for the Palo Pinto acquisition.

We had losses of approximately $60,494,000 for the six months ended June 30, 2007, and do not currently generate positive cash flows from operations. In order for us to continue during the next twelve months we will need to secure approximately $3.0 million of debt or equity financing in addition to $3,250,000 financing from the Sheridan loan described above.

While we expect to raise the additional financing in the future, there can be no guarantee that we will be successful.

Disclosures About Market Risks

Like other natural resource producers, we face certain unique market risks. The two most salient risk factors are the volatile prices of oil and gas and certain environmental concerns and obligations.

Oil and Gas Prices

Current competitive factors in the domestic oil and gas industry are unique. The actual price range of crude oil is largely established by major international producers. Pricing for natural gas is more regional. Because domestic demand for oil and gas exceeds supply, there is little risk that all current production will not be sold at relatively fixed prices. To this extent we do not see the Company as directly competitive with other producers, nor is there any significant risk that the Company could not sell all production at current prices with a reasonable profit margin. The risk of domestic overproduction at current prices is not deemed significant. The primary competitive risks would come from falling international prices which could render current production uneconomical.

It is also significant that more favorable prices can usually be negotiated for larger quantities of oil and/or gas product, such that the Company views itself as having a price disadvantage to larger producers. Large producers also have a competitive advantage to the extent they can devote substantially more resources to acquiring prime leases and resources to better find and develop prospects.

Environmental

Oil and gas production is a highly regulated activity which is subject to significant environmental and conservation regulations both on a federal and state level. Historically, most of the environmental regulation of oil and gas production has been left to state regulatory boards or agencies in those jurisdictions where there is significant gas and oil production, with limited direct regulation by such federal agencies as the Environmental Protection Agency. However, while the Company believes this generally to be the case for its production activities in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and New Mexico, it should be noticed that there are various Environmental Protection Agency regulations which would govern significant spills, blow-outs, or uncontrolled emissions.



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In Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and New Mexico specific oil and gas regulations exist related to the drilling, completion and operations of wells, as well as disposal of waste oil. There are also procedures incident to the plugging and abandonment of dry holes or other non-operational wells, all as governed by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Oil and Gas Division, the Texas Railroad Commission, Oil and Gas Division, the Kansas Corporation Commission, Oil and Gas Division or the New Mexico Oil Conservation Division.

Compliance with these regulations may constitute a significant cost and effort for UPDA. No specific accounting for environmental compliance has been maintained or projected by UPDA to date. UPDA does not presently know of any environmental demands, claims, or adverse actions, litigation or administrative proceedings in which it or the acquired properties are involved or subject to or arising out of its predecessor operations. In the event of a breach of environmental regulations, these environmental regulatory agencies have a broad range of alternative or cumulative remedies to include: ordering a clean up of any spills or waste material and restoration of the soil or water to conditions existing prior to the environmental violation; fines; or enjoining further drilling, completion or production activities. In certain egregious situations the agencies may also pursue criminal remedies against the Company or its principals.

Forward-Looking Information

Certain statements in this Section and elsewhere in this report are forward-looking in nature and relate to trends and events that may affect the Company's future financial position and operating results. Such statements are made pursuant to the safe harbor provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The terms "expect," "anticipate," "intend," and "project" and similar words or expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. These statements speak only as of the date of this report. The statements are based on current expectations, are inherently uncertain, are subject to risks, and should be viewed with caution. Actual results and experience may differ materially from the forward-looking statements as a result of many factors, including changes in economic conditions in the markets served by the company, increasing competition, fluctuations in raw materials and energy prices, and other unanticipated events and conditions. It is not possible to foresee or identify all such factors. The company makes no commitment to update any forward-looking statement or to disclose any facts, events, or circumstances after the date hereof that may affect the accuracy of any forward-looking statement.



 

5059 Postings, 6066 Tage Top1news - Kurs steigt -

 
  
    
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21.08.07 13:26
Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation Reports Record Financial Results For First Half 2007

12:30 21.08.07  



JUNO BEACH, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation
(OTCBB:UPDA)(FWB:UP1)(BCN:UP1)(GER:UP1)(MUN:UP1)(STU:UP1) on Monday
announced financial results for its Second Quarter ended June 30, 2007
with the filing of its 10-QSB with the SEC.


Corporate & Financial Highlights on
June 30, 2007


Total Assets Increased to $ 17,038,251 from $ 6,296,358, an
increase of 270%


Total Revenues for 6 months Increased to $ 8,353,911 from $
202,631, an increase of 4123%


Total Revenues for 3 months ending June 30, 2007 Increased to
7,046,002 from $ 117,553, an increase of 5994%


Natural gas sales. For the
three and six months ended June 30, 2007, natural gas sales revenue was
$193,384 and $264,742 compared to $19,446 and $34,477 for the same
period during 2006.


Oil sales. For the three and six
months ended June 30, 2007, oil sales revenue was $154,566 and $278,292
compared to $98,107 and $168,154 for the same period during 2006.


The increase in revenue from the sale of natural gas and crude oil is
related to the continued expansion of UPDAs
exploration and production assets, including the acquisition of
Heartland Oil and Gas Corp. (OTCBB: HTOG) (FWB: HOCA).


Condensate sales. For the three
and six months ended June 30, 2007, condensate sales revenue was
$6,694,036 and $7,806,861 compared to ZERO for both of the same periods
during 2006. There were no revenues in the same period of 2006 because
initial incubation of this business activity was commenced late in 2006
and was fully undertaken by Continental Fuels, Inc. (OTCBB: CFUL), (FWB:
CIQB), after this subsidiary was acquired in 2007. The increase in
revenue was the result of the first sale of condensate utilizing the
storage facility at the International Port of Brownsville that was
transferred to Continental Fuels at the time of its acquisition.


We have reported strong revenues and
demonstrated a solid track record for accumulating assets and building
revenue. Our total assets are now over $17 million our revenues exceed
$8.3 million and we continue to build out as we grow and acquire
properties, reported UPDA Vice President
Chris McCauley. These numbers show we are
moving in the right direction and that our plan to incubate companies
and develop growth through the acquisition and efficient management of
underperforming energy assets is succeeding. As these assets mature and
their potential continues to be realized, our shareholders will continue
to benefit from this success.


About UPDA


Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation is focused on
identifying oil & gas companies with proven energy reserves and
innovative alternative energy companies with proven technologies. Once
identified, the viability and potential of the targeted company is
subjected to a rigorous multi-step review and investigation.


First, the potential company's financial records, legal standing and
geological or technological potential are thoroughly examined by the
UPDA Due Diligence Committee. If the candidate passes this test, a
recommendation is made to the Acquisition Committee which conducts
initial negotiations and presents its conclusions to the CEO and Board
of Directors who will secure the acquisition.


Once the acquisition process is complete, the acquired company becomes a
subsidiary of UPDA and the incubation process begins. UPDA provides the
subsidiary with financial, legal and scientific support in order to
develop its assets and perfect its innovations allowing its management
to concentrate on its business plan and operational objectives.


Consistent with this business plan, UPDA has recently acquired majority
ownership of two additional public companies, Heartland Oil and Gas
Corp. www.heartlandoilandgas.com
and Continental Fuels, Inc. (OTCBB: CFUL) (FWB: CIQB) www.continentalfuels.com,
and established a private, wholly-owned subsidiary, Aztec Well Services,
Inc., thereby expanding its asset base and significantly increasing its
sources of potential revenue.


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current or historical fact are forward-looking in nature. Such
forward-looking statements reflect the current views of management with
respect to future events and are subject to certain risks,
uncertainties, and assumptions. Should one or more of these risks or
uncertainties materialize or should underlying assumptions prove
incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described
herein as anticipated, believed, estimated, expected, or described
pursuant to similar expressions.






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5059 Postings, 6066 Tage Top1last Trades

 
  
    
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2467 Postings, 7308 Tage duffyduckich war auf urlaub

 
  
    
21.08.07 14:33
und beiß mir in den arsch

hab gestern eine überweisung von meinem gehaltskonto auf das brokerkonto eingegeben die noch nicht da ist.

jetzt fehlte mir das geld auf dem gehaltskonto um heute morgen zu traden und auf dem brokerkonto is es auch noch nicht.

hab die letzte zeit mitgelesen und mich entschlossen, dass ich nochmals nachlege.

ich verkauf bald alles an aktien, hab da echt kein glück damit. ich kauf ich auch keine mehr.
leg jetzt alles in schweinehälften an und aus.  

5059 Postings, 6066 Tage Top1@duffyduck

 
  
    
21.08.07 14:38
Brokerkonto und Gehaltskonto lieber bei einer Bank; dann ist Geld sofort drauf.  

6409 Postings, 6001 Tage OhioUPDA .. 24 %

 
  
    
21.08.07 14:56
wie bereits heute geschrieben ..  

2467 Postings, 7308 Tage duffyduckja hab eh ein depot bei meiner bank

 
  
    
21.08.07 15:30
das ist aber scheiße

deshalb hab ich noch ein konto bei brokerjet
 

27 Postings, 5657 Tage hereticJetzt wird HTOG durch TI gepusht

 
  
    
21.08.07 20:47
London (aktiencheck.de AG) - Die Experten von "Invest Inside" stufen die Aktie von Heartland Oil & Gas (ISIN US42235Q2003/ WKN A0MXUZ) mit "buy" ein. Die Nachricht sei nach Einschätzung der Experten von "Trading INSIDER" nur auf den ersten Blick etwas Beiläufiges: Catlin Oil & Gas, über die Konzernmutter UPDA mit Heartland Oil & Gas (HOCA) verbunden, habe die Akquisition von Liegenschaften im US-Landkreis Palo Pinto abgeschlossen. Damit würden 94 Prozent Anteil am Abbaubetrieb sowie 72 Prozent Anteil an den Nettoumsätzen endgültig in das Eigentum von Catlin übergehen. Von dort würden diese im Zuge des UPDA-Konzernumbaus an Heartland Oil & Gas übertragen. Wer hier jetzt aufhöre zu lesen und einen Haken an die Sache mache, begehe nach Ansicht der Analysten einen Fehler. Denn dieser Deal habe massiv positive Auswirkungen auf die Positionierung von Heartland. Tatsächlich müsse man nämlich einen sehr genauen Blick auf die Aktivitäten in Palo Pinto County werfen. Heartland komme hier in den Besitz von Liegenschaften auf einem Gasareal, das es in sich habe: Das Barnett Shale, das nicht nur unter Experten längst als einer der wichtigsten und chancenreichsten neuen Gasabbaugebiete der USA angesehen werde. Heartland müsse hier allerdings nicht erst große Explorationsarbeiten leisten, um erste Umsätze kassieren zu können. Das Gegenteil sei der Fall! Nicht weniger als zehn produzierende Gasquellen würden in den Besitz des Unternehmens übergehen. Diese würden täglich rund 1.000 mcf Gas fördern. Hinzu komme die in den vergangenen Monaten ins Barnett Shale gebohrte Gasquelle Barron #3, die ebenfalls 1.000 mcf Gas fördere. Im Klartext: Allein diese eine Quelle habe den täglichen Ausstoß verdoppelt. Eine Vielzahl weiterer Bohrungen ins Barnett Shale sei ebenfalls vorhanden. Die Bohrungen hätten ihre Produktivität bereits unter Beweis gestellt, allein fünf dieser Quellen hätten ähnliches Förderpotenzial wie Barron #3. Das lasse absehen, dass hier die Förderraten und damit die Umsätze des Unternehmens in Zukunft explosiv wachsen würden! Vor diesem Hintergrund werde klar, dass sich der Kaufpreis von 3,6 Millionen Dollar zuzüglich einer viertel Million Dollar Abschlusskosten im Nachhinein als Schnäppchen erweisen werde - zumal bereits 200.000 Dollar als Rückfluss aus Gasverkäufen Ende August zu erwarten seien. Weiter könne Heartland mit diesem Deal zudem in Texas als Förderer tätig werden, wohl dem US-Mutterbundesstaat der Öl- und Gasindustrie. Und natürlich nicht zuletzt erhöhe man die förderbaren Reserven erheblich. Palo Pinto nehme damit beim geplanten Ausbau von Heartland eine sehr wichtige Stellung ein. Dies betone auch Unternehmenschef Steven A. Fall. Das Projekt werde signifikante Cashflow-Ströme generieren. Diese könnten dann unterstützend für den Ausbau der Methangasaktivitäten in Kansas genutzt werden. Der Palo-Pinto-Deal könne daher getrost als Startrampe für Kansas gesehen werden. Er werde die Expansion dort deutlich vereinfachen und nicht zuletzt einiges an Geld in die Kassen spülen. Nicht nur "nebenbei" würden sich die Fundamentaldaten von Heartland damit erheblich verbessern! Keine Sorgen mache den Experten aus diesem Grunde auch die Kursentwicklung der vergangenen Tage. Wie viele Aktien habe auch Heartland im Zuge der US-Subprimepanik am Gesamtmarkt Federn lassen müssen. Doch die exzellenten Aussichten würden sich über kurz oder lang durchsetzen! Daher sind solche Rückschläge, die nichts mit der Entwicklung der Gesellschaft zu tun haben, fast schon eine willkommene Gelegenheit, die Position in der Aktie von Heartland Oil & Gas zu vergrößern oder neu einzusteigen, so die Experten von "Invest Inside". (Analyse vom 21.08.2007) (21.08.2007/ac/a/a)  

648 Postings, 5709 Tage danvanAchtung ! Achtung!

 
  
    
21.08.07 20:52
Recheposting - da Ohio mehrmals UPDA Postings im Bolerothread getätigt hat, schreibe ich jetzt was zu Bolero.

Bolero hat seit dem tief fast 50% gutgemacht. Der Rebound läuft aber noch nicht so an, wie ich es mir erhofft habe :-( . Eine nernünftige Erholung führt uns in den Bereich 0,40-0,44

Liebe GRüße aus dem Bolerothread, ;-)  

27 Postings, 5657 Tage hereticWieder ein neues Webdesign http://www.updac.com/

 
  
    
21.08.07 20:56

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