SOURCE: Energy Revenue America, Inc

Energy Revenue America, Inc

October 27, 2015 09:00 ET

Energy Revenue America Purchases New Compressors to Improve Reliability of Pipeline

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - Oct 27, 2015) - Energy Revenue America, Inc. (OTC PINK: ERAO), a firm focused on the acquisition, development and exploration of Coal Bed Methane (CBM) natural gas, is pleased to provide an update on the Company's recent activities.

After spending the past twelve months repairing and updating their 65 mile natural gas pipeline, Energy Revenue America, Inc. (ERA) has replaced their older leased compressors with newly purchased compressors. 

The newly acquired compressors are more compatible with the renovated pipeline and will improve performance and reduce maintenance cost. 

"These new compressors will improve our "up time" as spare parts are now compatible between the various compressors. The fact that we own the compressors will result in lower monthly maintenance cost and will reduce the space parts inventory we have to carry," says Charley Havens, ERA Chairman and COO.

About Energy Revenue America, Inc.

Energy Revenue America, Inc. is focused on the acquisition, development and exploration of unconventional natural gas projects, primarily Coal Bed Methane (CBM) and seeks to acquire and develop properties with significant undeveloped potential and apply technical and operating expertise to maximize the value of these resources.


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