Helium Evolution confirms spudding of joint well in Saskatchewan


Helium Evolution has confirmed that its partner, North American Helium, has spud the previously announced farm-out well located at 9-35-3-8W3 (Test Well Area #1) in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Test Well Area #1 is approximately four kilometres south of North American Helium’s producing helium pool at Mankota and around 11 kilometres northeast of Helium Evolution’s helium discovery at 2-31-2-8W3 (Joint Well #1).

Back in November, Helium Evolution confirmed its first joint helium discovery in Saskatchewan, following the completion of the Deadwood zone and initial testing of Joint Well #1.

According to the Canadian helium exploration company, Joint Well #1 had helium concentrations of 0.95%, more than three times the 0.3% level deemed commercially viable, and 96% nitrogen, with the balance comprised of fractional percentages of minor component gases.

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