XI'AN, China, March 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- China Integrated Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: CBEH), a leading non-state-owned integrated energy company in the People's Republic of China, today denied the allegations published in the article written by an author calling himself "Alfred Little." The Company has previously denied and addressed similar and overlapping allegations raised by an individual using the pseudonym "Sinclair Upton".
In order to provide the highest level of transparency to its shareholders, the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors had previously authorized the conduct of an independent investigation into the issues raised by Sinclair Upton. The Committee will ask the investigators also to consider the Alfred Little allegations. The Company intends to pursue all of its rights against the authors of these reports.
About China Integrated Energy, Inc.
China Integrated Energy, Inc. is a leading non-state-owned integrated energy company in China engaged in three business segments: the production and sale of biodiesel, the wholesale distribution of finished oil and heavy oil products, and the operation of thirteen retail gas stations. The Company operates at 200,000-ton biodiesel production capacity with two plants located in Tongchuan City, Shaanxi Province and one plant in Chongqing City, China. The Company utilizes a distribution network covering 16 provinces and municipalities, established over the past 11 years, to distribute both heavy oil and finished oil, including gasoline, petro-diesel and biodiesel. For additional information on the Company please visit http://www.chinaintegratedenergy.com.
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