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International Frontier Resources

April 28, 2018 -- Interview with Steve Hanson, President/C.E.O. of International Frontier Resources (TSXV-IFR; OTCQB-IFRTF)

The story of Mexico's energy reform after 80 years of quasi-state control is one of the most actionable investment stories I've ever seen; yet it STILL remains one of the most under-covered, even in the financial press.

As IFR's Hanson and I recap today, his company's first-mover advantage as Mexico's energy assets become more privatized has now led to the first drilling/development at Tonalli Energia's (the corporation owned 50% each by IFR and Mexican petrochemicals giant Grupo IDESA) Tecolutla project.


Jan. 16, 2018 -- IFR -- My Mexico-focused energy junior is SURGING anew

At long last, International Frontier Resources (TSXV-IFR; OTC-IFRTF) has permits in hand for Tecolutla and will soon be drilling and producing some of the first privately-produced oil under Mexico's energy reform program. Though they have doubled from their late 2017 low, there is STILL great value here.


International Frontier Resources -- Special Report, Fall 2017

It's not an overstatement to say that IFR represents a once-in-a-lifetime energy opportunity. The company is notable among energy "juniors" in having first-mover advantages as Mexico opens up its energy sector to private companies for the first time in some 80 years!

As you'll read--among other things--IFR and its partner, the petrochemical giant Grupo IDESA--will likely be among the first private interests to sell oil in Mexico before 2017 is over.

Click the links above to read my extended reports.