Far East Energy Announces Increase in Shouyang Gas Production and New Wells

By Far East Energy Corporation, PRNE
Thursday, June 10, 2010

Passes 750 Mcf per Day Threshold

HOUSTON, June 11, 2010 - Far East Energy Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: FEEC) announced today
that gas production from its Shouyang Block in Shanxi Province, China, has
surpassed 750 Mcf per day. After drilling additional wells and a successful
11-well fracture stimulation program during April 2010, the Company has seen
a significant increase in gas production. The 20D well, located in the center
of Far East's pattern of wells, is currently producing above 160 Mcf per day;
and the 17D well, also in the central part of the pattern, is above 90 Mcf
per day. A second fracture program of 7 to 8 wells is now underway. The
Company is presently drilling and/or completing 5 new wells in the 1H Pilot
Area, and further production increases are expected.

"We are pleased to see the interior wells responding to the extension of
the pattern as new wells are drilled," said Garry Ward, Senior Vice President
of Engineering. "This is an indication that we are seeing the classic
production reactions of a high permeability field. You first dewater for an
adequate period to lower the pressure in the field sufficiently to allow the
gas to release. This reaction began to occur with rapid production increases
last December. Then, as more wells are added to the edges of the pattern,
they have a further positive effect of dewatering and further lowering the
pressure in the entire area of the pattern. The wells in the center of the
pattern generally receive optimal benefits from the dewatering of all the
wells around them, and therefore, it is expected that their production will
steadily increase as additional wells are added. We believe, that is what we
are seeing with the 20D and the 17D wells."

Seven additional step-out or parameter wells are planned to be drilled in
the next three months to continue testing the #3, #9 and #15 coal seams all
the way to the eastern and western boundaries of the Shouyang Block. These
seven wells will be in addition to five parameter wells that have already
been drilled at intervals of several kilometers from the 1H Pilot Area to
test the extent of high permeability and high gas content in the northern
portion of the Shouyang Block. Early testing of the P4 and P5 parameter wells
has shown good permeability, which is also true with the other parameter
wells the Company has drilled and stimulated reaching out from the 1H Pilot
Area. The P3 parameter well is already producing in excess of 70 Mcf per day,
and the P4 is above 60 Mcf per day.

Mr. Ward commented, "It is encouraging that these wells should be
producing at this rate so quickly. The results of the other seven parameter
wells are expected by the third quarter."

"This report is exciting for the Company since it tracks well with our
expectations for production increases as we bring more wells on line, and
since some of the interior wells are beginning to give us the type of
superior gas volumes that are anticipated in a high permeability area," said
Michael R. McElwrath, CEO and President of Far East Energy."

Far East Energy Corporation

Based in Houston, Texas, with offices in Beijing, Kunming, and Taiyuan
City, China, Far East Energy Corporation is focused on CBM exploration and
development in China.

Statements contained in this press release that state the intentions,
hopes, beliefs, anticipations, expectations or predictions of the future of
Far East Energy Corporation and its management are forward-looking statements
within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended,
and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. It is
important to note that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees
of future performance and involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Actual
results could differ materially from those projected in such forward-looking
statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from
those projected in such forward-looking statements include: pipelines needed
to transport our gas may not be constructed, or if constructed may not be
timely, or their routes may differ from those anticipated; pipeline and local
distribution/CNG companies may decline to purchase or take our gas; the
timing of any definitive agreement may take longer than anticipated and the
terms may not be as advantageous as expected; the gas produced at our wells
may not increase to commercially viable quantities or may decrease; we may
have insufficient capital to fund our planned drilling or to develop the
Shouyang Block; the high permeability and high gas content may not be as
widespread as anticipated; weather may significantly delay our planned
drilling program; wells may be damaged or adversely impacted during the
production process, resulting in decreases in the amount of gas produced, or
that can be produced; certain proposed transactions with Arrow Energy may not
close on a timely basis or at all, including due to a failure to satisfy
closing conditions or otherwise; the anticipated benefits to us of
transactions with Arrow may not be realized; the final amounts received by us
from Arrow may be different than anticipated; the Chinese Ministry of
Commerce (MOFCOM) may not approve the extensions of the Qinnan Production
Sharing Contract (Qinnan PSC) on a timely basis or at all; PetroChina or
MOFCOM may require certain changes to the terms and conditions of the Qinnan
PSC in conjunction with their approval of any extension; our lack of
operating history; limited and potentially inadequate management of our cash
resources; risk and uncertainties associated with exploration, development
and production of CBM; expropriation and other risks associated with foreign
operations; disruptions in capital markets effecting fundraising; matters
affecting the energy industry generally; lack of availability of oil and gas
field goods and services; environmental risks; drilling and production risks;
changes in laws or regulations affecting our operations, as well as other
risks described in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for 2009 and subsequent
filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

David Nahmias, +1-901-218-7770, dnahmias at fareastenergy.com, or Bruce Huff, +1-832-598-0470, bhuff at fareastenergy.com, or Catherine Gay, +1-832-598-0470, cgay at fareastenergy.com, all of Far East Energy Corporation

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