"Our excellent geologic and drilling team is meeting and hitting our objectives in this well. The company is now six for six in drilling wells in Arizona. We had originally seen multiple hydrogen bearing zones in wells #4 and #5. In well #4 we were not able to sample the hydrogen other than with the mass spectrometer. In well #5 & #6 we were able to see the full spectrum of all known elements and were able to decern that in three hydrogen bearing zones," says Robert Rohlfing, CEO of DME. "The thickest is approximately 32' thick of extremely high quality without the presence of sulfur or other elements which would create detrimental issues with future production. Well #4 established the SE corner of the field, well #5 established the eastern edge of the field and well #6 established the SW corner of the field. Our internal geographic modelling has thus far, been within 2' plus or minus on all helium and hydrogen bearing zones. Therefore, the Company feels that its current private and state leaseholds encompass all of the water-free production areas within the inferred nine to ten square miles of this field for both helium and hydrogen." Water free production of helium and hydrogen is a key component of long-term operation costs.
In this segment of The Ellis Martin Report, we speak with Robert Rohlfing, the CEO of Desert Mountain Energy to discuss the implications of a pure hydrogen find.
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About Desert Mountain Energy Corp.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is a publicly traded exploration and resource company focused on the discovery and development of rare earth gas fields in the US. The Company is primarily looking for elements deemed critical to the green energy and high technology industries.
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