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Beacon Equity Research Featured Company: Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK)

Thursday, January 17th, 2008

Canam Energy Inc. (CNGJ.PK) is an explorer and miner of uranium. The Company is acquiring highly prospective properties that will offer exploitation and development opportunities for uranium. Canam already owns two high-grade uranium properties in Canada – the Fort Coulonge uranium property located near the Canadian city of Ottowa and the Grand Calumet uranium property. The Grand Calumet property consists of 24 claims and 3,000 acres in the Grand Calumet Township of Quebec.

The company has exploration programs underway at both Canadian properties and plans to commence drilling activities during the 2007-2008 season. In October 2007, Canam announced its introduction of a work program to search for potential hot spots on the Grand Calumet Uranium property.

The price of uranium is rising and the global demand for nuclear energy is growing as well. The combination of these factors has led to an increased demand for alternative energy sources such as nuclear power generated by uranium. The uranium demand increased from 175 million pounds in 2005 to 177 million pounds in 2006. The company is well positioned for a favorable demand in its uranium production and mines.

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Canam Energy Inc. (CNGJ.PK) Share Prices Increase Over 18% Monday Morning

Monday, December 3rd, 2007

CNGJ.PK started off the week by increasing 18.75% on over 4,000 traded shares. Recently the company was awarded a “Speculative Buy” rating and $1.50 Price Target by Beacon Equity Research.

Canam Energy owns two high-grade uranium properties in Canada, both of which have exploration programs underway and plans to begin drilling during the 2007-2008 season. Its Grand Calumet property consists of 24 claims and 3,000 acres in Grand Calumet Township of Quebec and has great potential to be highly productive.

The analyst who completed the report stated, “Focusing just on the Grand Calumet property, a 10% likelihood of finding 1/10th of the area’s 1 million tons of uranium suggests a potential mineral resource amounting to 10,000 tons of uranium, worth approximately $1.8 billion at today’s prices. Considering the strong mineral potential of its properties and the Company’s comparatively low market capitalization, we think a higher valuation is warranted for Canam Energy. As a result, we are initiating coverage of these shares with a Speculative Buy rating and a $1.50 price target.”

Canam Energy also received the attention of Shazamstocks.com as it announced a profile launch featuring the company. Canam Energy plans to meet the future demand for uranium by aggressively acquiring underdeveloped uranium deposits around the world.

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Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK) Share Prices Increase Over 18.92% Wednesday Morning

Wednesday, November 14th, 2007

Canam Energy’s stock moved up over 18% this morning on approximately 46,000 traded shares. This significant rise is a continuation of an uptrend established the first day of this month.

Increases in demand for alternative energy sources, such as nuclear power generated by uranium, have been caused by the continual rise in the cost of electricity, growing concerns over global warming, and the rapid decrease in available fossil fuels. With the increasing use of uranium in electricity production and the rise in mineral demand, the Company has great potential to increase revenues as it anticipates future uranium production from its mines.

Canam Energy has a promising property located approximately 100 kilometers northwest of Ottawa and is easily accessible by all weather paved or graveled roads. The recent discovery of uranium mineralization has rekindled interest in the property and exploration activity. The property is strategically located near many operational camps and an operating uranium mine.

According to ABS Energy Research, the average growth rate for global energy consumption will be 1.8% annually between 2000 and 2030. Because fossil fuels emit hazardous gases, the focus for energy supply has changed to cleaner alternative sources of energy. Nuclear energy is quickly emerging as an attractive solution and already produces 16% of the world’s electricity.

There is much potential for the company as fossil fuels continue to deplete and the demand for uranium continues to rise. Canam Energy is led by an experienced management team with extensive background in the investment and energy sectors, and has proved ability to secure needed project financing.

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Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK) – Does Uranium Glow in the Dark?

Monday, November 12th, 2007

No, and if the recent reports about “peak oil” are true, neither will your household lightbulbs. Peak oil has moved from being a theory, to being accepted as fact in the oil producing industry. In a nutshell, the theory states that we have already found all of the easy to find oil we’re going to find on this earth, and the major wells have already seen their best days of production. In simpler terms, we cannot count on hydrocarbons from oil to continue to supply our power.

Yet power is what this world craves. In China, 1.2 billion people are getting their first tastes of US style consumerism and they like it. As they move from an agrarian society base consisting of millions of individual farmers, to a more Urban style labor force, the demand for electricity is far outstripping supply. In many of China’s major manufacturing hubs, the plants go silent for hours per day. Not because of labor shortages, because the government shuts off their power. It’s similar to the brownout situations in California, where the power company has to spread out it’s power over many segments. Despite all those millions of hard working people, there simply isn’t enough power to go around.

But if it’s not oil because of dwindling supply, and it’s not solar because it’s simply not efficient enough, and it’s not coal because of all the nasty emissions it produces, what will the world use to generate the power it so desperately needs? Nuclear energy. Nuclear energy is all the things that oil, solar, and coal would like to be, but cannot. Nuclear is clean, produces no green house gasses, and is tremendously efficient. A pellet of fuel, half the size of a golfball, in the proper reactor will put out the same amount of electricity as a hundred barrels of oil. That’s the power of the atom.

So attractive is the nuclear solution that China now has plans to bring 20 nuclear plants on line by 2030, and in the US, the first application to build a nuclear reactor in the last 30 years was just presented to the department of energy. France has quietly been the leader in nuclear generated power, producing almost 70% of that nation’s electrical needs from the splitting of atoms, and all of it without one single measurable safety infraction. In other words, the “three mile island” type nuclear accident is virtually not possible with today’s technology. Pebble bed reactors that automatically shut themselves down via their own physics make this new crop of electricity producing nuclear plant a new reality.

As an investor, the proper question to be asked in general is; “where is the opportunity?” With nuclear power, the opportunity is unquestionably in the fuel that nuclear reactors must use to produce their energy. That fuel is uranium. Uranium is a very interesting naturally occurring element, having such properties as being approximately 70% more dense than lead, is semi radioactive, and can have a varying amount of neutrons. But none of that is as impressive as the price paid for this material. This is the area which most captures investors interest. Just seven years ago, a pound of the material called yellow cake sold on the market for approximately 7 US dollars per pound. As of October of 2007, the price had already surpassed 141 dollars per pound.

Why the run up? Demand. Along with global growth such as the China miracle, a lot of explorations and test mines were left abandoned when uranium prices bottomed out with the glut of cheap oil in the late 90′s. Today oil is almost 100 dollars a barrel and the push for “green” energy is so large now that global warming has hit the headlines. Uranium demand is huge and growing larger. Interestingly there is already a shortage of the material. There is no viable stockpile of it as demand has risen.

Canam Energy is a publicly traded company that has come to believe that the best way to capitalize on this demand is via acquisitions of undeveloped and underdeveloped uranium deposits around the world. The Company’s Quebec acquisition in Grand Calumet Township is a perfect example of good forecasting. The site contains 24 claims, which encompass some 3,000 acres, most of which are adjacent to properties with extremely high levels of uranium return. Past work on operations conducted during the 1950′s showed probable returns of ore measuring in the one million tons, with an average uranium purity of 0.8% U308.

But there is another interesting twist to the mining operation that must be mentioned. Along with uranium, there is also the harvesting of other metals that come into play. Gold, Palladium, Rhodium, Nickel, Platinum are just a sample of the precious metals that are generally found in tandem with Uranium mining. Canam is positioned to see benefits from those and other metals not only in their Quebec property, but in Mongolia, where they’ve secured the mineral exploration rights to five very promising properties.

Mining for metals such as uranium, gold, silver, platinum, and the other noble metals will continue to grow. Uranium demand for a power hungry world will continue to rise. Companies such as Canam Energy will see to it that we enjoy the benefits of their labor, through affordable nuclear energy that powers our lights. Investors will see the benefits of a company well positioned to bring “light” to their portfolio.

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Canam Energy Inc. (CNGJ.PK) Appoints Senior Geophysical and Mine Technician

Thursday, November 8th, 2007

Canam Energy announced this morning that it has added Mr. Murray Gauthier to its advisory board. Mr. Gautheir brings a comprehensive background in mining and exploration. Previously, he served as the Senior Geological Technician for Cameco Corporation, the largest Uranium producer in the world.

The new advisory board member will be instrumental in assisting the company with its corporate goals of acquiring new properties in addition to exploring current and future land holdings. An extensive exploration program has already been planned for the company’s holdings in the 2007-2008 season. The program will include geological and radio-metric surveying as well as drilling.

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Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK) Awarded “Speculative Buy” Rating and $1.50 Price Target by Beacon Equity Research

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

Canam Energy is an emerging player in the uranium mining industry. The Company is focused on acquiring highly prospective properties, primarily uranium, which offer the opportunity for exploitation and development.

The Company owns two high-grade uranium properties in Canada, both of which have exploration programs underway and plans to begin drilling during the 2007-2008 season. Its Grand Calumet property consists of 24 claims and 3,000 acres in Grand Calumet Township of Quebec and has great potential to be highly productive.

Nuclear fuel, produced by uranium, is the most efficient fuel for generating electricity. A kilogram of uranium can produce 50,000 KWh of electricity, compared to 4 Kwh, 3 Kwh and 1 Kwh, respectively, from the same sample amounts of oil, coal and firewood. Although nuclear reactors require a large amount of capital in the beginning, they are the most cost-effective power source in terms of variable fuel cost expenses.

In conclusion, the analyst who completed the report stated, “Focusing just on the Grand Calumet property, a 10% likelihood of finding 1/10th of the area’s 1 million tons of uranium suggests a potential mineral resource amounting to 10,000 tons of uranium, worth approximately $1.8 billion at today’s prices. Considering the strong mineral potential of its properties and the Company’s comparatively low market capitalization, we think a higher valuation is warranted for Canam Energy. As a result, we are initiating coverage of these shares with a Speculative Buy rating and a $1.50 price target.”

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Shazamstocks.com Announces Profile Launch of Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK)

Monday, November 5th, 2007

The publisher of Shazamstocks, Ken Weiner, announced that his website has launched profile coverage of Canam Energy. The profile takes a deep look into the company’s growth initiative.

Canam Energy believes that Uranium will power the future and that the world has need for more Uranium. If Uranium is the primary source for energy needs in the future, the supply will have to increase to meet growing demand.

Canam plans to meet future demand by utilizing its philosophy of aggressively acquiring underdeveloped uranium deposits around the world. The company’s current Quebec acquisition has already shown itself to show great potential.

The property comprises 24 claims, which encompasses approximately 3,000 acres. All claims are strategically located only a quarter mile from the Grand Calumet Uranium Fluorite deposit, a highly prolific area with many operational camps and operating uranium mine.

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Canam Energy Inc. (CNGJ.PK) Shares Continue Bullish Run From “One to Watch” Alert

Friday, November 2nd, 2007

CNGJ shares have increased 67% from our alert on Wednesday of this week. The run continued today as share prices reached $0.40. This increase in share price is a reflection of the company’s focus on defining, exploring, and developing mineral properties while maximizing shareholder value.

Canam Energy most recently announced that it has acquired its second Uranium property. The company believes that the new asset has as much potential as its Lake Otter property, which has shown 2.68% U3O8 – an equivalent of 52 lbs of Uranium per ton. After reviewing historical data and the February 2007 Government of Quebec report, this area has been found to be prolific in finding high grade uranium.

An extensive exploration program for the company’s holdings is planned for the 2007-2008 season, which includes geological and radio-metric surveying and ultimately drilling. The company is confident that Quebec represents a promising opportunity for uranium exploration and is a valuable asset to add to its property portfolio.

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QualityStocks.net “Ones to Watch” Increase a Combined 125% Thursday Morning

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

Our “Ones to Watch” across the board have had an extremely positive day by increasing as much as 54.2% in a few hours.

Royal Quantum Group, Inc. (RYQG.OB), our “One to Watch” from last week, continued on yesterday’s 25% increase to reach $0.195 for an added 30% gain. The company is committed to creating value for its shareholders by building a portfolio of mineral properties with the objective of advancing them to profitability.

Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK), our “One to Watch” from this morning, hit $0.37 earlier today for approximately 54% gains from yesterday’s closing price. The stock is currently trading at $0.32.

China Voice Holding Corp. (CHVC.PK), our “One to Watch” from last week, continues its bullish trading by increasing an additional 10%+ from yesterday’s close. We alerted our visitors about this stock when it was trading for as little as $0.57, which totals to a gain of 119% in less than eight trading days.

Graystone Park Enterprises (GPKE.PK), our “One to Watch” from the beginning of this week, is trading 30% higher than yesterday’s closing price. A day after our alert, the company announced that is has nominated a new CEO that has extensive experience in advanced research and design, legal compliance, program management, human resources, and administration.

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Canam Energy, Inc. (CNGJ.PK) is One to Watch

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Canam Energy is a rapidly emerging mineral exploration company that is committed to defining, exploring, and developing mineral properties around the globe while maximizing shareholder value.

The company’s primary business objective is to maximize financial returns from existing assets, which include properties and explorations rights located in several strategic locations. Canam Energy also intends to acquire other highly prospective properties that offer the opportunity for expansion and development.

Canam Energy is focused on meeting the highest standards of corporate citizenship by protecting the health and safety of their employees, safeguarding the environment, and by creating a positive impact on the communities in which they do business. The company’s strong management team has positioned Canam Energy to meet its current and future goals by focusing on a strategy that establishes the company for long-term financial growth.

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