• DME DISCOVERED SIGNIFICANT PERCENTAGES OF HELIUM IN THE FIRST FOUR WELLS

    State 10-1 : Flow Rate 24,214 MCFGPD @ 7.13 % Helium
    State 16-1 : Flow Rate 1,251.2 MCFGPD @ 4.0904% Helium

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  • DEVELOPING A +85,000 ACRE HELIUM PROJECT IN THE HOLBROOK BASIN, NORTHERN ARIZONA

  • THE HOLBROOK BASIN HAS THE HIGHEST He GRADES IN THE WORLD

    Historic Production of Helium Gas – 9.23 Bcf – ranging from 8% to 10% He

  • HELIUM IS IRREPLACEABLE IN MANY HIGH TECH APPLICATIONS AND THERE’S A GLOBAL SHORTAGE

    Helium recently increased from $USD300/MCF to $USD600/MCF due to critical world-wide shortages

  • DME IS BUILDING ITS SOLAR-HYDROGEN POWERED McCAULEY HELIUM FINISHING FACILITY

Exploration and development of high grade Helium & Noble Gas properties – in the US Southwest

Holbrook Basin Helium Project

Arizona’s Holbrook Basin is considered by many to be “the World’s best address for Helium”, with historic grades ranging from 8% to 10%, and known as “the Saudi Arabia of Helium”. +85,000 acres of key Helium prospects under lease in Holbrook Basin in East Central Arizona, with prolific historic production. More leases pending.

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Noble Gas Projects

DME’s secondary focus is developing noble gas properties in the US Southwest. Along with helium (He), noble gases also include: neon (Ne), argon (Ar), krypton (Kr), xenon (Xe), and radon (Rn). With the strong demand for these gases, DME is committed to developing this sector.

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TSX.V: DME – Stock Quote

Here you’ll find detailed Desert Mountain Energy information for shareholders, potential investors, brokers and financial analysts. This provides access to our Stock Quote, Investor Presentation, financial and corporate SEDAR Filings, and more.

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Uses of Helium

Importance of Helium

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News from Desert Mountain Energy

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY HAS SIGNIFICANT SHOWS OF HELIUM ON GUNNAR DOME WILDCAT WELL

The Company is pleased to announce that it has encountered the largest number of helium and hydrogen showings from all wells drilled thus far, on its Gunnar Dome prospect in Arizona.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY ENTERS INTO AGREEMENT WITH BEAM EARTH LTD. FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION

The Company is pleased to announce they have entered into an agreement with Beam Earth Ltd. to cooperate and define the commercial possibilities of the Company’s sulphur-free hydrogen discoveries.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY CORP. SPUDS GUNNAR DOME WILDCAT WELL AND CANCELS PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Desert Mountain Energy is pleased to announce the spudding of the Gunnar Dome Wildcat Well. The intended depth of this well is 4,500’+- and is designed to test all zones to the top Granite Formation.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY MOBILIZES RIG AND UPDATE ON THE McCAULEY FIELD LEASE

The Company is pleased to announce that the rig has been released to us and will be mobilized to our Gunnar Dome prospect in Arizona. The intended depth of this well is 4,500’+- and is designed to test all zones to the top Granite Formation.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY ANNOUNCES PRIVATE PLACEMENT REPRICING

Due to general negative market pressures over the weeks, and a corresponding reduction in the Company’s trading price, the Company will be reducing the per unit price of the private placement announced June 8 and 21, 2022.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY ANNOUNCES 50% INCREASE IN PRIVATE PLACEMENT TO CAD $7.5 MILLION

The Company is pleased to announce that due to greatly increased demand, it is increasing the size of its non-brokered private placement offering recently announced on June 8, 2022.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY ANNOUNCES PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, British Columbia — DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY CORP. (the “Company”) (TSX.V: DME, U.S. OTC: DMEHF, Frankfurt: QM01) is pleased to announce that it is proceeding with a non-brokered private placement offering to raise up to CAD $5 Million.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY RECEIVES PERMITS FOR TWO NEW HELIUM WELLS IN ARIZONA

The Company is pleased to announce that it has received permits for the next two helium wells in Arizona. The Gunnar Dome wildcat prospect is approximately 16 miles east of the McCauley Helium Field.

DESERT MOUNTAIN ENERGY APPOINTS MARTA HODAN WASKO AS VICE PRESIDENT OF GEOLOGY

The Company is pleased to announce that it has added Marta Hodan Wasko as VP of Geology. Marta is a petroleum geologist with a focus on sedimentology and stratigraphy with multiple years of experience in exploration, development, reservoir characterization, and wastewater injection.

The significance of Helium for technology.

Helium now plays a critical role in many important technologies, and is in disproportionately low supply throughout the world. Its important for the manufacture of high capacity hard drives, barcode readers, computer chips, semiconductors, LCD panels and fiber optic cable; as a refrigerant in cryogenics research; and as a coolant for nuclear reactors, MRI machines and space vehicles. These technologies are all dependent on Helium. Analysts have forecast a raw helium shortage due to dwindling reserves with year-to-year prices having increased 135% in 2018.

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Experienced Management Team

A seasoned oil & gas industry operations executive with a strong geological background and over 26 years’ experience in formulating, conducting and managing successful exploration, drilling, development and production programs for oil & gas and minerals worldwide.

Don Mosher has 35 years of experience in corporate finance, business development, management and marketing.  He has served on boards and management teams of many publicly traded companies, advising companies on marketing, financing and corporate strategies.

As the CFO of Desert Mountain Energy, Scott has extensive accounting and finance experience dealing with the complexities of both public and private corporations in a variety of industries.

He earned his B.S. in Geology from the University of Oklahoma followed with both his M.S. and PhD. in Geology from the Colorado School of Mines.  His more than forty years of exploration and operations experience in the Rocky Mountains and Mid-Continent of the United States. Discovered and/or extended production in the Denver basin of eastern Colorado, the Sedgwick basin of southeastern Kansas, and the Cherokee basin of southeastern Kansas and northeastern Oklahoma.

Jessica Davey earned her B.S. in Applied Geology from Metropolitan State University of Denver and her M.S. in Global Energy Management from the University of Colorado Denver. She has international experience in petroleum and mining consulting including geologic studies, economics evaluations, and land and regulatory research.  

Petroleum Engineer who has exhibited exceptional technical, leadership and organizational skills in all facets of drilling operations for oil & gas over the past 13 years in various management positions with ConocoPhillips.  Working in diverse locations in North America including the Bakken, Alaska and the Rockies, she has served as Drilling Engineering Supervisor in the Bakken, Global Wells Planning Coordinator and currently as Drilling Engineering Supervisor for ConocoPhillips’ Kuparuk, Alaska program.

Dr. Kelli Ward has dedicated herself to medicine, business, public policy and politics for the past 25 years. As an osteopathic physician, Dr. Ward has a specific interest in the current uses of helium in medicine and its role in the future. She has extensive experience as a physician, public health expert, small business owner, and policymaker.