MISSISSAUGUA, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RJD Green, Inc. (OTCBB: RJDG) CEO, Rex Washburn, states he is excited to introduce the Redhawke Energy division and its high growth business plan. Mr. Washburn states, “We anticipate the year-one post acquisition for our first two division efforts to be over $7,000,000 in year-one revenue and over $2,700,000 EBITDA prior to additional acquisitions or internal growth efforts.”
RedHawke Energy Division Business Model
SHI’s energy division model is to acquire underperforming oil and gas properties with appropriate engineering where major performance enhancement can be actuated with work-over capability, proven current technologies in secondary recovery methods such as water flooding, nitrogen, NCO2, and sound and energy wave technologies. The enhancements are expected to typically create 100 percent and greater additional revenue and net profits. Additional drilling /exploration capabilities are requirements of properties acquired.
A second initiative is a very lucrative opportunity modeled to acquire and consolidate one of three oil field services (see brief profile attachment). Each services the same 200 mile radius with the same client prospect base and same buyers within those prospects. This acquisition will be coupled with a state of the art waste oil recovery facility (profile attached) designed for production of product that could create up to $15,000,000 annual income without additional capital equipment expense. EBITDA is expected to be over 27%. The services acquired will be modeled to create clients for the waste oil recovery facility.
Redhawke Energy Development Corp – Waste Oil Recovery Division
Redhawke is launching a lucrative business enterprise within a niche market in energy recovery. From previous experiences of the management team of Redhawke in this market niche, the Company offers the latest technology and processing that creates oil saleable at market price that is recovered from waste oil product gathered at a recovery rate of 45% to 60% dependent upon the makeup of the waste oil gathered for processing. Industry relationships allow Redhawke to move forward in year one with 30+% EBITDA in year-one of operation. Sales representation has been procured that has maintained long-term customer relations with clients that represent over $2,000,000 in annual revenue. The first facility is projected to achieve three-year EBITDA over $5,000,000 on a total investment under $1,000,000.
Redhawke management has in-depth experience within this specialized industry. The Operations Manager has built and successfully operated two previous oil recovery facilities; as well he has over 30 years of oil field chemical production and oil field operations. The Redhawke President will be directly responsible for overview management; he offers over twenty years within the energy industry and has participated in the following sectors: petro-chemical refining, natural gas compression, crude oil pipeline and storage, oil & gas exploration, and business development within oil & gas products and services.
Redhawke Exploration Division
RedHawke’s exploration division model is to acquire underperforming oil and gas properties with appropriate engineering where major performance enhancement can be actuated with proven current technologies in secondary recovery methods such as water flooding, nitrogen, NCO2, and sound and energy wave technologies. The enhancements are expected to typically create 100 percent to 400 percent additional revenue and net profits.
SHI through its management expertise will continue to seek appropriate asset and property acquisitions that meet the business model and its profitability model. Each acquisition will offer immediate growth and synergistic operations that will benefit from consolidation.
Mr. Washburn states, “We anticipate offering information on specific projects upcoming in the near future."
Ron Brewer COO
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