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Ellis Martin Report:Desert Mountain Energy-Positive Results at Drill Hole #4

Join Ellis Martin for a conversation with Robert Rohlfing, the CEO of Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (TSX-V:DME/OTC:DMEHF). Desert Mountain Energy is a forward-looking resource company actively engaged in the exploration and development of Helium and Rare Earth Gas properties in the U.S. Southwest, with its executive offices in Vancouver, Canada.

Super Charged Stocks: In Conversation with Robert Rohlfing, CEO and Executive Chairman of Desert Mountain Energy. TSXV:DME

Desert Mountain Energy Corps. CEO and Executive Chairman, Robert Rohlfing, sits down with Andrew O’Donnell to discuss the latest news and developments, including, the delay on well #4, why diversity is important when it comes to building the company’s team and where the company is heading.

Ellis Martin Report: Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (CVE:DME) Encounters Significant Helium in its Fourth Wildcat Well

Mr. Rohlfing provides us with an overview of the company and an update on the Holbrook Helium Project as the company announces that it has encountered significant showings of helium across four formations in its fourth wildcat well. We discuss the fundamentals of the helium market and why it’s an interesting potential investment opportunity.

Ellis Martin Report: Ellis Martin Interviews Robert Rohlfing of Desert Mountain Energy (TSX-V:DME)

The Ellis Martin Report has a conversation with Robert Rohlfing, CEO of Desert Mountain Energy Corp., about being a vertically integrated helium production company. They discuss the unique and long relationship Robert has with the Holbrook Basin Project, the uses of helium, transportation issues and why being close to your off-take partners is a big advantage in the industry. To listen to the full interview, click HERE.

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