Royal Helium has resumed its resource and reservoir testing programme at the remaining untested helium zones of interest up hole from the Regolith discovery zone in the Climax-3 well.
Confirming the news on Tuesday (6th July), the company said intervals tested are in the Wymark zone at approximately 1,800 meters deep. The programme is expected to take 10-14 days after which the service rig and completions team will move to Climax-2.
Once the service rig moves to Climax-2, Royal plans to immediately spud Climax-4.
In addition to the above, Royal Helium on Tuesday announced the appointment on Shayne Neigum as Manager of Well Operations for the Company’s helium exploration and production programmes in southern Saskatchewan.
Having been involved in the drilling of hundreds of oil & gas wells in Western Canada, Neigum has extensive experience in E&P project management, geo-steering, and wellsite supervision.
On the appointment, Andrew Davidson, President and CEO comments, “Shayne successfully managed our maiden well program earlier this year as a consultant and we are very happy to now bring Shayne into Royal’s corporate fold.”
“His experience is a great asset for Royal in planning and managing current and future programs. Shayne seamlessly transitions over as we recommence our completions program, work to bring the first 3 wells on production and start our new, seven well drilling programme.”