Pia serves as a bridge between sales, clients, and the development team, ensuring that products are delivered on time and on spec. Since moving to Vancouver in 2005, she has been in project and client account management roles, including running web and print campaigns from inception to completion. She was the first production manager at Dig Media in 2008; she left briefly, but rejoined the company in 2011. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of the Philippines.
BRS Resources Ltd. (TSXV:BRS) is an international oil and gas exploration and production company focused on establishing a European presence in the upstream oil and gas business, primarily natural gas production in Italy.
40+ prospective wells
World class partners
Europe’s second largest onshore gas province
Favorable commodity pricing
CBM Asia Development Corp. (TSXV:TCF) announced a non-brokered financing of up to CAD15 million – 71,428,572 shares at a price of CAD0.21 per share – subject to the acceptance of the TSX Venture Exchange and anticipated to close on or about March 29, 2013.
Gas Investing News spoke with Sam Wahab, head of oil and gas equity research at London-based Seymour Pierce, about coalbed methane and CBM Asia (TSXV:TCF,FWB:IY2). Seymour Pierce currently holds a ‘Buy’ rating for CBM Asia.
CBM Asia Development Corp. (TSXV:TCF.FWB:IY2) announced its intent to clarify certain statements made in its news release of January 2, 2013. The news release stated that based on recent acreage acquisitions and well testing, the Company was increasing its target of establishing net recoverable gas from its existing acreage positions to 15 TCF (2.5 billion barrels of oil equivalent). The Company clarifies that the figure is the Company’s target goal, and not an actual estimate of resources for its current acreage.
CBM Asia Development Corp. (TSXV:TCF) is a Canadian unconventional gas exploration company with significant coalbed methane (“CBM”) exploration and development projects in Indonesia. The Company holds various participating interests/rights in nine CBM production-sharing contracts (PSCs) and options to participate in a minimum of nine more. Indonesia has one of the largest CBM resources in the world with a potential 453 trillion cubic feet in-place, more than double the country’s natural gas reserves.