Blue Star Helium targets Voyager first output in second half of 2023


Blue Star Helium is targeting first helium output from its Voyager project in Colorado in the second half of 2023.

In an operations update on its ‘flagship’ project in Las Animas County, the company said BBB 33 and 34 wells are to be drilled as offset development wells to the BBB#1 helium discovery.

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) has approved the Oil and Gas Development Plan (OGDP) relating to BBB 33 and 34 at the project, and Blue Star is set to submit the final Form 2s in respect of these wells shortly.

The independent helium exploration and production company is headquartered in Australia, with operations and exploration in North America. The company has an ongoing helium prospect generation programme focusing on Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico where helium has previously produced to surface in high concentrations of between 2%-10% of the raw gas stream.

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