Secures Funding from Cornerstone Investor and JV Partner for Gas Business in China
Approval will also be sought from Carbon Energy's shareholders to form a Joint venture with Kam Lung for the purpose of establishing a vertically integrated gas business in the Peoples' Republic of China ("PRC"). The first goal of the joint venture would be the establishment of a demonstration facility in the PRC. The joint venture will be formed only on receipt of approval from the Ministry of Commerce in the PRC which we would expect to be granted before the end of the first quarter of 2016.
Gas Business Joint Venture in China:
China is a key market for Carbon Energy and the Company's strategic vision for the region is shared by Kam Lung. The Chinese government is embarking on its own climate protection strategy and embracing cleaner coal technologies which provides for a stable Governmental platform from which to grow the joint venture.
China Market and Beyond:
The Company is well positioned to realise the value of its technology through off-shore commercialisation while we continue to await the announcement of an In-Situ Gasification (ISG) policy by the Queensland government.
The demonstrated and scientifically assessed trial results in Queensland provide strong confidence in the Company's technology through its complete lifecycle. These results have generated strong interest, with most interest coming from within the South-East Asian region.
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About Carbon Energy Limited
Carbon Energy (ASX:CNX) (OTCMKTS:CNXAY) is building a gas business, utilising its unique keyseam technology.
The Company is committed to providing industrial gas users with an affordable and secure source of high quality feedstock, as gas prices remain strong, through increased demand across our key markets.
Carbon Energy is the only company to complete a full-lifecycle, commercial scalable underground gasification trial. The Company's keyseam technology has successfully accomplished all the recommendations outlined by the Queensland government's Independent Scientific Panel (ISP) which included intense, independent environmental scrutiny.
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