Canadian Coalbed Methane Stocks: 7 Things to Know Before Investing

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Canadian coalbed methane exploration companies are among the hottest moving stocks in the current energy bull market. They parallel the explosion of uranium stocks over the past year, but remain well below the typical investor's radar screen. 7 tips by a renown coalbed methane geologist and what to look for/what to avoid.

Dr. David Marchioni, co-author of the CBM textbook, An Assessment of Coalbed Methane Exploration Projects in Canada, published by the Geological Survey of Canada, and president of privately held Petro-Logic Services in Calgary, provided StockInterview with the 7 Most Important Tips he would use to evaluate the risk/reward ratio in Canadian-based coalbed methane exploration companies. “Coal seam thickness and gas content are the geological reasons which establish the property’s potential,” Dr. Marchioni told StockInterview.com. “Permeability and water issues are important when you reach the production stage,” said Dr. Marchioni.

Just as uranium miners were flying well below the radar screen in early 2004, coalbed methane exploration may very well be the next very hot sector later this year and next. Investors should be advised of the cautions and pitfalls, and properly evaluate their risk/reward ratio, when investing in highly speculative natural resource companies.

Dr. Marchioni’s 7 Key Tips and the detailed explanations behind his advice can be found on the Internet news website, StockInterview.com. Please view the entire article on this webpage:

http://www.stockinterview.com/cbm-tips.html

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Julie Ickes

Editor, StockInterview.com

Tel: (941) 929-1640

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