Renaissance Growth Fund

Converting underperforming assets into compound returns and equity appreciation

Oil Drilling Well

RG Fund Strategy

During 2004 through 2007 the RG Fund management focused on buying producing assets that were in low decline, stable, mature fields that had a long history of production to rely on. These assets were bought when oil prices ranged between $33-$40 per barrel. At the point of purchase, these assets were generating a 14% cash flow and were expected to recover the acquisition plus baked in development cost within seven years. Based on extensive due diligence led by our diverse technical team, our management team estimated production volumes could be increased by 25-35%. When factoring cash flow at those commodity prices, if successful, this production increase would generate a return as high as 20% which meant the principal would be returned through monthly cash flow over a period of sixty months or five years.

RG Fund has taken the above strategy of systematically increasing production and expanded its model to consider the fluctuation of commodity prices. Our management team’s direct investments have seen assets triple and quadruple in value. Although we cannot predict commodity prices, we can be prepared to act on them by either acquiring assets when there is an abundant supply, resulting in a downward price correction or divesting when demand creates a spread that results in what should be significant profitability.

RG Fund combines this approach by modeling a reinvestment strategy to drive compound returns that the assets are generating; therefore, attempting to achieve significant equity appreciation over the original investment basis.

Large Oil Well

RG Fund Strategy

During 2004 thru 2007 the funds management focused on buying producing assets that were in low decline, stable, mature fields that had a long history of production to rely on. These assets were bought when oil prices ranged between $33-$40 per barrel. At the point of purchase, these assets were generating a 14% cash flow and were expected to recover the acquisition plus baked in development cost within seven years. Based on extensive due diligence led by our diverse technical team, our management team estimated production volumes could be increased by 25-35%. When factoring cash flow at those commodity prices, if successful, this production increase would generate a return as high as 20% which meant the principal would be returned through monthly cash flow over a period of sixty months or five years.

RG Fund has taken the above strategy of systematically increasing production and expanded its model to consider the fluctuation of commodity prices. Our management team’s direct investments have seen assets triple and quadruple in value. Although we cannot predict commodity prices, we can be prepared to act on them by either acquiring when there is an abundant supply resulting in a downward price correction or divesting when demand creates a spread that results in what should be significant profitability.

RG Fund combines this approach by modeling a reinvestment strategy to compound returns that the assets are generating; therefore, attempting to achieve significant equity appreciation over the original investment basis.

Fund Objectives

  • 25-35% Production Increase

    RG Fund targets and acquires underperforming energy assets that offer a high potential production volume increase of 25-35%, and a resulting cash flow increase.

  • 15%+ Return on Assets

    We model our investment strategy to compound returns that the assets are generating, attempting to achieve massive equity appreciation over the original investment basis.

Oil Well
Oil Production

Fund Objectives

  • 25-35% Increase In Production

    RG Fund targets and acquires underperforming assets that offer a potential production volume increases of 25-35%, and a resulting cash flow increase.

  • 20% Return On Assets

    We model our investment strategy to compound returns that the assets are generating, attempting to achieve massive equity appreciation over the original investment basis.

Oil Pump

Offering

Renaissance Growth Fund I, LP (“RG FUND”) is offering investment Units of limited partnership interests in the Fund. Units will be issued to the partners whose subscriptions have been accepted by the Partnership. Each partner who subscribes for and acquires Units will become party to the Partnership Agreement as either a General Partner or a Limited Partner at the time the Partnership closes on the sale of such partners Units. For additional information, regarding the investment opportunity in the RG FUND, please click here.

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