SOURCE: CHAMA Technologaes Inc.

April 25, 2011 09:00 ET

CHAMA Technologaes Inc. Proudly Announces the Commencement of Operations in Wyoming

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Apr 25, 2011) - CHAMA Technologaes Inc. is proud to announce that, together with its partner, MCF Energy LLC, we have begun installation of our patented natural gas extraction units (GAZMO Downhole Processor), using our copyright installation process, in the first of what will be many CBM wells in Wyoming and beyond.

Simply put, our device once again makes energy produced through CBM wells a stable, economical and environmentally friendly choice. The process of pumping the water out of CBM wells will no longer be necessary to extract the gas. The water problem that has plagued the industry and has threatened to make natural gas too costly to extract from CBM wells is no longer an issue for the most gas rich source available.

Our device will also extend the life of the well considerably as we will essentially be farming methane, working with the natural process instead of against it.

Water started out being the problem with natural gas exploration in CBM wells; but, ironically enough, it is also the solution to effective management of our natural gas resources.

The dream has become reality and we are so proud to be the frontrunners in providing a method of finally making natural gas a truly viable and reliable source of energy.

As we move forward with the implementation of our business plan, we look forward to explosive growth in our company and we are most excited about the months ahead.

For more information about our technology and about our company and partner, MCF Energy, please visit us on the web at

Thank you for your interest in our company and we look forward to providing you with more news very soon.

The CHAMA Team


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