|By PR Newswire||
|November 8, 2012 01:00 AM EST||
SYMBOL OTCBB: PIEX
NEWPORT BEACH, CA, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - IBA Green, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pioneer Exploration Inc. (PIEX) is pleased to announce Cohen Independent Research has initiated coverage on IBA Green, (PIEX).
Cohen Independent Research is Wall Street's leading independent micro-cap research firm, concentrating on emerging companies with strong management teams focused on shareholder value and sustainable competitive advantage. CIR, led by renowned security analyst, Paul Cohen, this CFA analyst written research report highlight the company's market opportunity, technology, management, competition and other key differentiators that may affect their long- and short-term valuation. CIR focuses on those public companies that lack or have minimal Wall Street research analyst coverage. CIR research reports are commissioned and paid for by the companies covered, or by third parties.
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About IBA Green, Inc
IBA's process to mitigate the environmental issues associated with toxic end products of the Waste-to-Energy and coal industries, and has developed a process to safely and economically utilize the previously hazardous ash. This Technology works in synergy with the waste-to-energy industry, converting the hazardous ash into commercially viable green construction products.
The IBA process has been specifically developed to address coal ash and incinerator bottom ash (IBA), which is the resulting residue that is created after the combustion process of burning coal or solid waste to generate electric power. Currently, there are approximately 600 coal burning and 85 waste to energy electric power plants across the USA creating an aggregate 150 million tons of toxic coal ash or Incinerator Bottom Ash annually.
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President & CEO
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SOURCE Pioneer Exploration Inc.
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