Global Helium has expanded the size of its Lawson Prospect in Saskatchewan, Canada, from 6,400 acres to 17,000 acres.
The company on Wednesday (Oct 6) also said it has completed the geological integration of all seismic shot, purchased and reprocessed in the Vermilion Hills area of southwest Saskatchewan.
Seismic is used to find structures which are potential subsurface traps for helium.
Eight kilometres of new seismic data was shot over the structure and Amplitude Versus Offset (AVO) analysis indicates the potential for thick reservoir rock in the lower part of the Deadwood Formation, the company’s primary drilling target.
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