The Shanxi program in full growth could maintain a planned
3 000 horizontal wellsof gas , providing it the potential to turn
one of the greatest CBM programs in the universe.
Far East Energy Corporation (OTC BB: FEEC) is based in Houston, Texas.
There are also offices in Beijing and Kunming, China. Its main task is to
study and develope some of the biggest coalbed methane (CBM) programs on our
Earth by means of its arrangements with China United Coalbed Methane
Company (CUCBM) and ConocoPhillips. Being a form of natural gas, coalbed
methaneis a clean-burning fuel. This natural gas the population of the
Republic of China plans to use to generate its immense needs in electrical generation.
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One of the main task of Far East Energy Corporation is to turn into a avowed leader in CBM
(coalbed methane gas) technologies, CBM gas property acquisition,
production,investigation, development, and innovational products supplements.
Far East Energy Corporation is making better quality of life,
nature, and safeness, encouraging economic progress, and at the same
time creating an energy-related biz with a high income on shareholders' equity.
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and Exchange Commission permits oil and gas companies, in their
filings with the SEC, to disclose only proved reserves that a company
has demonstrated by actual production or conclusive formation tests
to be economically and legally producible under existing economic
and operating conditions. We use certain terms on this web site,
such as “total gas-in-place” and “recoverable
CBM resources,” that the SEC’s guidelines prohibit us
from including in filings with the SEC. U.S. investors are urged
to consider closely the disclosure in our Form 10-KSB, File No.
0-32455, available from us on this Website under the heading, “SEC
Filings”. You can also obtain this form from the SEC by calling
This Web site also contains information about adjacent properties
on which we have no right to explore. U.S. investors are cautioned
that petroleum/mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not necessarily
indicative of such deposits on our properties.
Definitions of Technical Terms:
Certain technical terms used in ths website
associated with descriptions of the potential for oil and gas properties
are not consistent with "Proved Reserves" and thus the
Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") guidelines
prohibit us from including such terms in filings with the SEC. Such
terms used herein are defined as follows:
This term refers to discovered and undiscovered
Gas-In-Place which is the quantity of hydrocarbons which is estimated,
on a given date, to be contained in known accumulations, plus those
quantities already produced thereform, plus those estimated quantities
in accumulations yet to be discovered.
Recoverable CBM Resources:
Recoverable CBM resources refer to a calculation
based on geologic and/or engineering data similar to that used in
estimates of proved reserves; but technical, contractual, economic,
or regulatory uncertainties preclude such resources from being classified
as proved reserves. Recoverable CBM resources may also be estimated
assuming future economic conditions different from those prevailing
at the time of the estimate.