We believe, as many others do, that the most prolific remaining conventional oil and gas resources are in the Arctic or sub-Arctic, because we've pretty much developed the geologies south, whether that's in the United States or whether that's in Europe or Asia,¯ Shell's CEO john Hofmeister said recently.

Something to gladden the heart of any oilman:  New indications are that oil source rocks containing large percentages of organic rich sediments  cover the entire Arctic Ocean seafloor. The Arctic Ocean Basin was once one great fresh water matted Azolla Fern rich pond, capturing untold billions of tons of organic sediments.   There could be oil and gas in very large quantities.

Very large Sedimentary basins containing 2 mile thick sections of high organic content oil source rocks are indicated underlying the Deepest Arctic Abyssal area in the "Canada Basin" Region.  Subsequent accumulations of sandstone and clay likely formed the appropriate seal to trap the hydrocarbons. 

Numerous sub-basins with smaller potential oil-gas pools are present in the shallower abyssal areas within the now disputed Mendeleev Ridge area.

Azolla sediments horizons have been recorded in over 50 wells drilled around the Arctic Ocean margins, confirming the horizon is basin-wide.

The presence of numerous large pockmarks on the seafloor with active hydrocarbon gas seeps coupled with the extreme pressure of the Arctic Abyssal, indicates that much of the organic-rich source rock has been through the oil kitchen, creating the many prolific methane seeps. Thus oil and gas is likely trapped in super-giant pools within the Arctic Oceans Commons area now controlled by United Oil and Gas and its partners; including 30% equity holder, Arctic Oil and Gas Corp., AOAG.PK . Web Site: http://www.arcticoag.com

The Arctic Commons Abyssal area is many times larger than Iraq and could contain significant hydrocarbons reserves, with none of the attendant, "Middle East" or Venezuela political risks. 

According to the Wall Street Journal ;  "Recent estimates have found the Arctic could contain the equivalent of more than 400 billion barrels of oil and gas and massive amounts of another potential energy source, crystallized methane', (methane Hydrates).

Only a modicum of human intellect is necessary to recognize the Energy Emergency facing the Civilized World and the clear opportunity to rectify it with carefully staged development in the Arctic Commons.

This obvious massive opportunity to control probably the world's largest non-government controlled hydrocarbons resources has just begun to occupy the minds in governments and at the management of the world's major "Independent Oil Companies", (IOC).  The prize is so huge that it is taking some time for the IOC's to come to grips with the possibilities.

Meanwhile Russia moved to steal, or more likely block development of 20% of the resource potential with a bogus UNCLOS claim.

The US Government led by Senator Biden, is unwisely considering signing on to UNCLOS.   (See United's stance on UNCLOS.)    This would result in the gifting of America's future (Arctic-supplied) energy security and untold trillions of dollars in future UN resources taxes to a hostile and incompetent UN bureaucracy, the International Seabed Authority, (ISA).    There are increasing calls to abandon the UN's International Seabed Authority, due to its complete failure to develop the world's oceanic minerals resources due in large part to a proposed insidious onerous taxation regime, resulting in continued untold misery for the world's poor, who are increasingly shut out by high energy prices.

NEW:  The biggest energy story of all time.                           RECENT ARCTIC OIL NEWS


United Oil and Gas Consortium Management, Corp. ("United") is a US company created in response to the deepening global energy emergency, to develop and manage major oil and gas exploration and development projects worldwide, which could help to alleviate the world's looming energy shortfall, thus contributing to peace between the nations.

United invites qualified major and midsized oil companies to develop a "RAPID ARCTIC COMMONS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT PLAN" to rapidly locate and bring into production the large-scale oil-gas resources, thought to exist in the Arctic Ocean Commons Abyssal.

The world urgently needs to develop viable solutions that deal sensibly with the reality that oil is running out. 80% of the world is starting to use oil and gas!  There is virtually no basic modern civilization's need that is more important than energy and energy abundance. All other human needs, such as food and water, are far easier to organize and provide for if there is abundant, cheap energy.  However 80% of the world is just starting to use oil and gas.

The world's energy system appears more and more to have come unhinged. Oil is trading at record high prices because demand keeps rising even as supplies become more and more unreliable.  Major oil exporters from Iran to Russia and Venezuela are using their petro-cash to pursue agendas that undercut civilized society's security and interests. Supplies of natural gas also seem less secure than ever. Critically needed oil to fuel the global economy is increasingly in jeopardy as Islamic extremism intensifies throughout the middle East and elsewhere, fomenting global instability. The world urgently needs to develop more secure energy supplies away from unstable nations and regions. United is up to the challenge.

World oil consumption is around 84 million barrels per day or 1 billion barrels every 12 days. Given an average recovery factor of 33% just to maintain reserves, this implies the need to discover new 3 billion bbl of oil pools each 12 days!!!!   This is not happening every 12 days.


United's first Northern Hemisphere project is the 1,300,000 square mile (80 million acres) ("Mare Incognitum") Arctic Oceans Commons area, which the United Consortium duly claimed control over,  for the purposes of oil and gas exploration and production by International Resources Claim promulgated on May 9th 2006.

Arctic Hydrocarbons Claim Tenure Discussion Papers. 

Since the Arctic Ocean Commons seafloor has been explored with much less sophistication than the rest of the earth's surface area, and because its geologic characteristics and recently discovered two-mile thick, organic rich sedimentary sections, with attendant oil and gas shows suggest a strong possibility of viable hydrocarbon deposits, there is a good chance that one or more "Iraq-sized" super-giant oil and gas fields lie somewhere beneath the Arctic Ocean Commons floor.  Their eventual development would go a long way to easing the global energy shortfall.

It is only recently that oil and gas companies are considering giving the Arctic area closer attention for its obviously massive conventional commercial energy reserves potential. (See Prospectivity).

The center of the Arctic Ocean could hold vast oil deposits

Researchers aboard a fleet of icebreakers collected samples by drilling into the floor of the Arctic Ocean during the 2004 "Integrated Ocean Drilling" Program expedition and discovered thick oil-precursor, high-organic content sediments.

Though there is little mention of it in recently published papers, some scientists involved in the 2004 expedition said the huge amounts of organic material in the sedimentary layers suggested that the center of the Arctic Ocean, (an area now controlled by United Oil and Gas and partners AOAG.PK ) where the high organic layers are 2 miles thick, could hold vast oil deposits.

One of the most remarkable revelations from studying the Lomonosov Ridge drill cores is that the for a million years, the Arctic Ocean apparently bloomed into a great Azolla plant matted soupy fresh water superlake.

Previous drilling efforts by oil explorers around the perimeter of the Arctic also captured this massive flowering of fresh water Azolla plants, which were buried and later cooked, forming the stupendous oil and gas resources at Prudhoe Bay and elsewhere. However no one had conceived that the Azolla layers seen at the Arctic margins might hint that the entire Arctic Ocean basin was one great matted pond filled with up to 2 miles deep sediments of organic, oil-precursor material.

The very large area and massive underlying 10,000 ft thick hydrocarbon source rock layers means that the Central Arctic Ocean Commons could conceivably hold as much oil as the Middle East.

The Arctic is also thought to contain extraordinarily  large resources of methane hydrates, a combination of gas and water produced in the crushing pressures deep within the earth and especially within the cooler arctic circle - literally, ice that burns.  Gas hydrates hold great potential as an environmentally-friendly¯ fuel for the 21st Century. 

The biggest energy prize today is still Oil and increasingly Gas -- especially the world's largest still untapped and undeveloped reserves, of which United's Arctic Ocean's Commons region represents probably the biggest prize ever to be made available to the world's independent oil and gas companies. 

United's Arctic Ocean Commons is probably the world's biggest available oil prize of the 21st Century.




Recent estimates have found the Arctic could contain the equivalent of more than 400 billion barrels of oil and gas and massive amounts of another potential energy source, crystallized methane.


The Global Energy Emergency

USA and UNCLOS; United Goes to Washington

Letter to Editor of the Wall Street Journal. Aug., 23rd 2007 regarding bogus US EEZ map publication.



The UN thinks that cows are more to blame than cars for global warming.

Not Enough Free enterprise

A New Fairer Concept

Multinational Cooperative Development

Wider Monetary Sharing Proposals


Some Arctic Links



Unconventional Energy, Methane Hydrates


Cleanest Hydrocarbon Fuel.

Conversion to Methanol


If you represent a major oil company or Investment Group and are interested in either acquiring ownership-control and-or participating in developing  the large undeveloped oil and gas resources in the Arctic, please contact us:

Contacts     email; peterjsterling@hushmail.com




By Cliff Kincaid

August 8, 2007


The sensational headlines say, Russian Arctic Team Reaches North Pole.¯ But the U.S. was there first”back in the early 1900s. America, not Russia, has a valid claim to the North Pole.

State Department officials, led by Condoleezza Rice's top lawyer, John B. Bellinger III, are telling the press that the U.S. should immediately ratify the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) in order to contest Russia's claim to the seabed under the North Pole. They seem to have forgotten that the U.S. Navy's first nuclear submarine, the USS Nautilus, passed under the North Pole on August 3, 1958, and its second
Commanding Officer, Commander William R. Anderson, claimed the region For the world, our country, and the Navy.¯

........Russian claims in this area are so flimsy that they were rejected before”by the U.N. itself. The proceedings of the U.N. Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf demonstrate that Russian claims about the outer limits of the continental shelf in the Arctic and Pacific oceans were considered during a series of meetings in 2002 and they were told to make revised¯ submissions. That is, the Russian case was weak.

This is the symbol included in First Under the North Pole, the book about the USS Nautilus voyage, by Commander William R. Anderson. It depicts the submarine about to plant the American flag at the North Pole. It says, "The first time in history." Before that, however, American explorers had set foot on the pole. The USS Nautilus crossed the North Pole on August 3, 1958.

Commanding Officer, CDR William R. Anderson, announced to the crew:

"For the world, our country, and the Navy - the North Pole."



UN Secret Agenda for Law of the Sea:


......"Incredibly, in the World Federation Association  booklet, The Genius of Federation: Why World Federation is The Answer to Global Problems,¯ the group describes how LOST and the ICC are both important steps on the road to world government.  It says that a world federation,¯ a euphemism for world government, can be achieved. One way, it says, is to advance step by step toward global governance, using the U.N¦.Let the U.N. establish new agencies such as an International Criminal Court (which can try individuals for violations of international law) or a U.N. Arms Control and disarmament Agency (which can set up a program for arms reduction with certification capabilities and punishments for individuals who try to defy it.¯  This booklet, undated but apparently written in the mid-1990s, goes on to say that An organization is already in the process of being developed to control the exploitation of ocean resources, and similar agencies could be created to govern Antarctica and the moon.¯  The WFA says that by adding more power, authority and functions to the United Nations, national sovereignty would be gradually eroded until it is no longer an issue.¯ .....

Oil and energy resources in general have defined national power for more than a century with both World Wars and many regional conflicts having a direct link to them. The Arctic Commons hydrocarbons resources represents a non-conflict source of energy resources, potentially for hundreds of years.

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