Project Description

MDS Energy
An Opportunity To Co-Invest With One Of America’s Oldest & Most Successful Family Offices

Date & Time:

October 05, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

MDS Energy raises investor capital to deploy alongside their joint venture partner, the Snyder Family Office of which MDS owner, Michael D. Snyder, is a third-generation member.

The raised capital is used to drill into the Marcellus Shale formation, the country’s largest and most productive natural gas formation. After the wells are drilled, 100 percent of the net revenues generated are distributed to investor partners monthly, potentially creating a long-term income stream and providing investors with powerful tax mitigation opportunities.

Join our webinar where you’ll hear from MDS Energy Development to learn more about how co-investing with the Snyder Family Office has the potential to provide significant tax savings and generate revenue for years to come.

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