Geostellar, Inc., a Delaware C Corporation (“Geostellar” or the “Company”) was organized to reduce the costs and increase the benefits associated with the development of residential‐, commercial‐ and community‐scale solar energy projects in order to make solar energy more competitive with conventional electricity.
Geostellar has patented a solar platform to provide instant, interactive, high resolution data simulations for over 70 million properties in the U.S. Essentially, Geostellar can instantly provide a user detailed data such as shadow, obstruction, slope, orientation, installed cost, electricity rates, incentives and usage of installed solar power on any given property in the U.S., through their online portal, just by entering your address. The customer acquisition costs (CAC) and the detailed analysis of a rooftop for a solar design are two components that are expensive in the solar chain. Geostellar’s patented technology drastically reduces these costs, making the delivery of a solar solution cheaper to the consumer, more broadly desirable to the public and highly profitable to the Company.
The Company’s strategy is to apply its Platform to accelerate the drop in installed solar energy costs, capture market share and grow a profitable business as a solar energy marketplace that efficiently matches equipment, financing and installation offers with customers who can benefit from residential and commercial solar energy solutions. Leveraging the power of its technology will enable Geostellar to exponentially scale its business model, while increasing the margins. And, Matador’s capital will accelerate the leveraging of this technology.
FeverTags, LLC, (“FeverTags” or the “Company”) was organized in 2007, in Amarillo, Texas, as an animal health diagnostics company, centered around the early detection of bovine ailments and diseases, such as Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD), through a temperature monitoring, ear tag device.
Early detection saves the cattle producer or feeder money in several ways. Prior to FeverTags, sick animals were identified by sight. Once an animal appears sick, it has usually been sick for several days. Identifying a sick animal accurately and much earlier enables a producer to avoid improper treatment, death loss and loss of weight gain, as well as avoiding the spread of disease to other animals. Early detection will enable a producer to not only keep the animal healthy and gaining weight with proper treatment, but potentially avoid what is typically known as a “prophylactic” shot of antibiotics. This is the second main reason FeverTags will be a critical tool in herd management. There is pressure from consumers, government, and food suppliers to have more targeted use of drug treatments and elevated traceability. Accurate and early diagnosis of a sick animal will enable a producer to treat the animal with other pharmaceutical options that are not antibiotic related. This keeps that animal qualified to remain acceptable for human consumption.
RockTop Partners primary objective is to deploy capital for pools of real estate assets that contain a title, document or compliance issue which impacts the marketability of that asset to the current owner. These real estate assets are typically identified as non-performing or REO, but can include performing loans, HELOCS and contract for deeds.
RockTop utilizes an asset based due diligence review which encompasses the legal curative strategy, property value and cash flow analysis data points needed to secure the assets with an appropriate equity position to protect and potential investment risk. Rocktop acquires these assets at a market driven discount and works through a proprietary legal platform to cure the defects and create a pool of assets that can produce an appropriate risk based return.
Sabine Environmental, LLC
Sabine Environmental Services, LLC operates a Class II, non-hazardous oilfield waste (NOW) in Chambers County, Texas, in operation since 1998. Additionally, MBES is permitted to dispose of NORM (Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material), being one of only three such facilities in the southwest United States. The main Sabine facility is located halfway between Beaumont and Houston, Texas, approximately 3.5 miles north of I-10 on FM 563. Sabine also operates a dock/port facility in Port Fourchon, which is Louisiana’s southernmost port, located on the southern tip of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana.
Matador Oil and Gas, LLC
Matador Oil and Gas, LLC mainly invests in non-operated energy and energy services assets in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Louisiana. We are interested in acquiring minerals, non-operated oil and gas assets, operated oil and gas assets with the ability to change operators, mid-stream assets such as pipelines, treating facilities and compression, as well as saltwater, flow back, and NORM disposal. In the recent past, Matador Oil and Gas, LLC has owned over 200,000 acres throughout the Eastern Shelf and Permian Basin of Texas, through multiple subsidiaries.
Matador Environmental Services, LLC
Matador Environmental Services is a holding company for our various environmental-related companies. We are mainly pursuing opportunities in the solids waste disposal and treatment, we as well as Class I waste streams.