Camber Energy Inc

+$0.00 (+-2.5%)
Closing Price on July 17, 2024

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CEI Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE MKT
Currency USD
Country USA
Fiscal Year End March
Latest Quarter 9/30/2023
Market Cap 24.41M USD
Shares Outstanding 107,531,000
Camber Energy Inc, known as Coelacanth Energy Inc, focuses on finding and producing oil and natural gas in Canada. With a strong presence in the Two Rivers area of northeastern British Columbia, it controls a significant amount of land, holding a 95% interest in nearly 97,000 acres. Founded in 2022 and based in Calgary, Canada, the company is a key player in the energy sector, dedicated to harnessing natural resources efficiently and responsibly.

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