Pulsar Helium discovers up to 13.8% helium concentrations in Minnesota well


Pulsar Helium has received results from gas sample tests from its Jetstream #1 apprasial well in Minnesota, revealing helium contents of up to 13.8%.

Announced today (14th March), the result comes from one of eleven samples, specifically taken from a depth of 1,801 feet at the Topaz Project.

The samples were analysed by two laboratories, Isotech Laboratories and Smart Gas Sciences.

Dr. Peter Barry, a noble gas isotope geochemist advising the company, reviewed the data and said the value of 13.8% helium represents a minimum source estimate due to the clear presence of small amounts of atmospheric contamination in the samples.

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