Disrupting the Oil Industry with Blockchain Technology: $HOILF – Newly-Formed Corp Can Revolutionize the Way Physical Oil is Bought and Sold
Hunter Technology Corp, (OTCQB: HOILF) (TSXV: HOC) (FRANKFURT: RWPM) a brand new public company, has created a proprietary Blockchain which can transform the oil industry by creating an efficient order book, reducing errors and improprieties, and creating significant cost savings when compared with antiquated traditional methods.
Big business means Big Profits. This entails a need for businesses to constantly innovate, cut costs, and improve efficiency. One of the most revolutionary technological advancements of the 21st Century is the creation of the Blockchain. Blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, has provided real-world value to businesses and multiple industry sectors. One such industry that relies on an outdated system for Inventory and Buying & Selling is the Oil Industry. That is about to change.
Blockchain is a form of ledger technology that records accurate records in a decentralized manner. Instead of storing information (i.e. monetary transactions) only on the bank’s internal servers, Blockchain technology allows the creation of an unchangeable public ledger that’s accessible to all users. These ledgers are highly secure, and more importantly, stored data cannot be modified retroactively.
It’s no secret that the major players of the Oil industry need to innovate. After years of sitting on the sidelines, now is the time to harness the potential of Blockchain technology.
Still using paper contracts and outdated trading platforms, the implementation of distributed ledgers and smart contracts could leapfrog the industry into the digital age. The benefits are too numerous to count but the significant ones include cutting down on operational time and costs, adding a new layer of transparency, and replace industry legacy systems with an innovative Blockchain-based framework. The need is so great that Industry Giants Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil & Hess (among others) participated in the Blockchain Oil and Gas Consortium in February 2019. They concluded, “Due to the impending digital revolution, we know the way we do business is changing and managing that change within our companies is not easy. Blockchain, working in conjunction with other technologies, is an enabler to help with acceptance of the digital transformation companies are going through.”
Innovation doesn’t just influence existing business models to be more positive and productive. It also allows companies to monetize new ideas. A recent Deloitte survey revealed that 72% of oil and gas executives expect Blockchain to interrupt the industry. According to a ResearchAndMarket study, the Global Blockchain in Energy Market is expecting to grow at an astounding Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 54 Percent! Another study predicts a 78.32% CAGR.
One small company has positioned itself to capitalize on this new paradigm and potentially disrupt the entire industry – or set a major precedent. As this recent acquisition was mostly under the radar, Wall Street has yet to find out about it. With potential game-changing technology and industry implications, we don’t anticipate this being quiet for long….
Hunter Technology Corp (OTCQB: HOILF) (TSXV: HOC) (FRANKFURT: RWPM) is a technology company, dedicated to providing a physical oil trading platform powered by their proprietary Blockchain. This will allow independent crude oil producers to access a global market for the marketing and sale of their production; allowing buyers to access production that would otherwise be inaccessible or uneconomic to acquire or trade.
HOILF’s oil marketplace, OilEx.com, will facilitate transactions in physical oil by independent producers to corporate consumers, traders, and sovereign purchasers. Through their sister site, oilexchange.com, Hunter will offer robust supply chain management tools that track physical oil throughout the supply chain and automate the reporting process.
HOILF is creating digital trust between buyers and sellers through the entire supply chain – from price discovery and trading, all the way through to scheduling and tracking logistics, back-office settlements, and payments. This minimizes transaction backlogs AND reduces overall costs. Reconciliation and tracking are streamlined among all services related to the trade lifecycle, with significant improvements in managing settlements and logistics across the supply chain.
The platform allows trading physical commodities on a Blockchain solution, where producers, traders, and consumers benefit from a faster exchange of trade conditions, improved data integrity, and enhanced reliability with all records verified in real-time.
See the revolutionary interactive platform for yourself. Watch it in action here
HOILF aspires to bring breadth and liquidity to the physical markets. “I am pleased that Hunter is able to leverage its assets and the experience of its team to move the Oilex trading platform towards commercialization within the volatile pricing environment of hydrocarbons,” said Andrew Hromyk, CEO. “We are very excited by the opportunities in front of us and anticipate filling an identifiable market need for consistent pricing access to all ranges of producers.”
This decentralized and highly scalable platform seamlessly connects buyers and sellers from purchase to delivery and payment. This results in the creation of a versatile digital environment for commodities transactions that will be marketed to sovereign, industrial and corporate purchasers with access for speculative investors.
The Interactive OilEx Platform
TRADE MATCHING SYSTEM: The Dynamic Interface enables buyers and sellers to agree to set prices, terms, and conditions of the trade, in real-time.
Users will access a verified and secure trust-based digital network of buyers and sellers and will be connected by Hunter Technology Corp.’s proprietary smart algorithm which identifies and implements the best probable-matching based on User-defined inputs.
Buyers, sellers, and traders can plan, schedule, and track logistics, with real-time oversight to manage all documentation and payment reconciliations related to each trade cycle through a range of secure digital workflow solutions.
AGGREGATED ORDER FLOW: Sellers can elect to aggregate their production with other sellers, leveraging the economic sale to attract more efficient pricing from prospective buyers.
AUTOMATED SMART CONTRACTS: Irrevocable sale and purchase agreements stored on the Blockchain provide a single source for a trusted environment throughout the global supply chain.
Users will be able to invite third-party service providers such as insurers, financiers, or freight handlers into specific workflows and processes, improving transaction efficiency and creating an immutable single source of truth between all participants
The OilExchange Platform
OilExchange will offer Governments intelligent tools to track the supply chain of hydrocarbons from source to destination through the digitalizing of physical goods and assets to support the streamlining of reporting and communication from crude oil producers
This is a key advantage.
HOILF offers full-lifecycle reporting of the crude oil supply chain from oil reserves through wellhead production, storage, transshipment, and end consumption; providing governments with immutable data intelligence for tracking hydrocarbons produced from within sovereign territories.
TRUSTED: Tracking Physical oil throughout the supply chain and automating the reporting process.
STREAMLINED: Streamlining reporting and communicating between government and businesses.
DIGITAL MANAGEMENT: Digitalizing physical goods and assets to provide better supply chain management and audit.
HOILF raised $2.0 Million, so they have the funds to fully develop and monetize OilEx and OilExchange platforms. In addition, they have engaged Hybrid Financial to provide marketing services for this company. This ensures brand awareness and dissemination of public information, which should result in a greater number of investors becoming aware of this opportunity.
HOILF CEO Andrew Hromyk has an impressive pedigree, and is perfect for driving value in this role. He was previously the driving force behind several Oil and Gas and Technology enterprises and investments. One appreciated to a $700MM Market Cap, uplisted to AMEX, and eventually to NYSE. Another technology company which Andrew was involved, achieved an annualized run rate in excess of $250,000,000.
With Hunter’s corporate development and wide reach, a reasonable assumption could be 25,000,000 barrels of oil trading at an average of $40 USD/boe. This could create upwards of $1B (One Billion USD) in revenues from the launch of their platform. HOILF’s cut would be 1% of that number equaling $10MM USD. This is based on historical revenues and run rates of the acquisition getting signed.
As this is such a new sector there are no public comps. The closest competitor, VAKT, is a private company which has received investments from the likes of Saudi Aramco, BP and Chevron to name a few. The sector is hungry for innovation.
Hunter Technology Corp (OTCQB: HOILF) (TSXV: HOC) (FRANKFURT: RWPM) is an under-the-radar company offering strong-upside opportunity! Being an innovator, Wall Street should quickly recognize, the growth and potential which are in store for Hunter. As marketing and notoriety are right around the corner, this could be a potentially lucrative opportunity for investors who see the value at current price levels.
The fact that Oil industry titans are collaborating to research Blockchain ideas and apply proof of concepts indicates that the hype behind Blockchain has a solid foundation. Integrating this technology into the oil industry is the next logical step for the future. Hunter Technology Corp has bridged the gap, and that future is now.
For a more complete understanding of HOILF and its business, and the risks of owning its shares, click here to be connected to HOILF’s SEDAR filings. Please review them thoroughly.
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