Imperial Helium to begin drilling of second Steveville well


Canada-based helium exploration and development company Imperial Helium Corp (IHC) will commence drilling at its second future producing helium well on the Steveville Structure, IHC-Steveville-3 located in Alberta, Canada.

Following the drilling of IHC-Steveville-1 and IHC-Steveville-2, the company gained receipt of the well license for its second future producing helium well, IHC-Steveville-3, which was spud on December 6th

The initial two drilling projects provided IHC with a greater understanding of the Steveville Structure, which was first encountered by the Steveville Discovery Blow-out well in 1940. 

With the first two wells providing relevant data, IHC-Steveville-3 was chosen to be drilled at a point connected to the original Blow-out to a planned depth of around 1,680 metres and will take around 3 weeks to drill. 

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