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Desert Mountain Energy Corp. did more work on Well #2 and discovered helium and hydrogen in the previously perforated formation’s lower section. The gaseous composition enables the Company to co-produce gas from Well #2 and Well #4 in the McCauley Field.

Tests results from an independent laboratory:

  • Nitrogen         91.970%
  • Helium            4.171%
  • Hydrogen        3.832%
  • CO2                  0.019%
  • Hexanes          0.000%
  • Pentanes          0.000%
  • Methane          0.000%
  • Sulphur           0.000%

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