Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (DME) is pleased to announce that it has set production casing to the top of the Granite Formation in Well #6 (10-1), as previously stated in the 02/28/22 press release.
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Robert Rohlfing, CEO of Desert Mountain Energy, sits down with The Ellis Martin Report to discuss their recent discovery of a hydrogen field in Arizona.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (DME) is pleased to announce that it has defined three edges of a Hydrogen field with wells #4 (11-1), #5 (1-1), #6 (10-1). The Company has set and cemented surface and intermediate strings of casing and is in the process of finishing up drilling in the McCauley field.
From medical equipment, aerospace applications, alternative energy sources, and even the computer and video gaming industries, distinct major markets claim helium as a crucial element to their future. While supplies dwindle, prices are rising.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is pleased to announce that it has completed drilling operations, set and cemented production casing on Well #5 (1-1) in the McCauley Field in Navajo County, AZ. The well was drilled to a total depth of 3,925’ in the top of the Granite Formation.
Desert Mountain expects to be one of the greenest mining operations on the planet by using a solar farm onsite + its own produced hydrogen gas for back-up power generation.
In addition to its use in MRI machines, helium is critically important in semiconductors / fiber optics, data centers, LCD displays, hard drives, quantum computing, rocketry & lasers.
There are not many helium juniors to invest in, [less than 20]. Fewer still listed in N. America. The following interview of President Mosher discusses where Desert Mountain Energy stands today, and where it’s headed.
Don Mosher, President of Desert Mountain Energy, talks to Proactive about the company’s plans for 2022, including their solar-hydrogen-powered facility and their path to helium production.
The Company is pleased to announce that it has received the permit for the first offset well, (the 1-1) to the McCauley Field discovery well, (1-1). This well is situated on a local structural high, where the porosity and permeability are expected to be highly productive in multiple formations. The Company expects the rig to be mobilized and the well spudded by the end of this week.
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