Global Helium has started a remote sensing study across its 1.5-million-acre land based located in Southern Saskatchewan’s helium fairway.
Confirming the commencement on Tuesday (8th Feb), the helium exploration firm said the programme include reprocessing and analysis of aeromagnetic and gravity surveys.
Airborne magnetometer surveys have been used since the 1950’s and map underground magnetic field variations to assist in the identification of subsurface lithology and structural uplifts.
Magnetic variations have a direction and a magnitude which allows interpretation of the geometry and depth of rock bodies that can host gas.
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