Royal Helium commences helium exploration program


Royal Helium has commenced a triaxial magnetometer survey over the Climax Helium Project in southern Saskatchewan, Canada.

Detailed deep magnetic surveys, in conjunction with traditional seismic and well logs, have the potential to more accurately define potential inert gas bearing formations deep in the Precambrian basement, the Canadian company explained in a statement.

Once competed, Royal Helium said it announce results and refined drill target locations stemming from this survey.

The focus of the survey is to identify areas of structural movement and deformation in the Precambrian basement, which may facilitate the vertical migration of helium into the overlying stratigraphic traps.

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