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.
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Don Mosher, President of Desert Mountain Energy Corp, sits down with Ellis Martin to discuss the Company’s latest appointment of Marta Wasko as Vice President and a general update on DME, including other sources of revenue, the cost of helium and more.
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.
Since 1983, the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the International Association
of Drilling Contractors (IADC) have conducted an annual drilling conference that rotates
between Europe and the U.S. To better serve the growing membership and industry
professionals in Asia Pacific, the IADC/SPE Asia Pacific Drilling Technology Conference
and Exhibition (APDT) has been held biennially since 1996, rotating amongst major cities
in Asia Pacific. Over the past decade, APDT has established itself as a major technical
conference on drilling technology and operations in the region.
Driven by the expertise of CEO Robert Rohlfing, Desert Mountain Energy is threatening to shake up the US energy sector thanks to its advances in the exploration of helium and clean hydrogen
A relative newcomer to the field, Desert Mountain Energy (DME) began life as recently as 2018.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (DME) is pleased to announce that Helium concentrations in Offset Wells #5, #6 & #7 were higher than originally found in Discovery Well #4. The average Helium percentage makeup using combined starting flow rates from the offsets was…
We spoke with Don Mosher, President and Director of Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (TSX.V: DME, U.S. OTC: DMEHF, Frankfurt: QM01), a forward-looking Vancouver-based resource company, actively engaged in the exploration and development of the world’s potentially highest-grade Helium and Noble Gas properties, in Northeastern Arizona.
Fabrication has begun on the ‘world’s first’ solar-powered helium processing facility.
Desert Mountain Energy is behind the McCauley helium processing facility, based in Arizona, US, that will use solar energy to produce and process helium in an environmentally friendly manner.
Desert Mountain Energy’s contractor, GENERON, has begun fabrication of the McCauley Helium Processing Facility. The processing facility is the first solar-powered helium processing facility in the world.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (DME) is pleased to announce that it has completed cased hole work on Wells 5 and 6. Completion work on Well 7 is anticipated to be completed later this week.
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