Desert Mountain Energy Corp. announces that it granted on September 22nd, 2021, subject to any necessary regulatory approvals, incentive stock options to purchase in aggregate 275,000 shares of its Common Stock.
Corporate Update – September 21, 2021
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is pleased to announce that it has finished testing of well #4 and those results show that the company was successful in discovering another new helium field in Arizona.
“Helium is one of the most abundant gases in the universe. It is used in advanced medical technologies such as MRIs, and in cryogenics, aerospace applications, and microchip manufacturing. It is also used to fill party balloons. It’s essential, expensive, and supplies are running low.” TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE, CLICK HERE.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is pleased to announce that it has finished the completion and testing of well #4 and has released the rig.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is pleased to announce that it has mobilized the completion rig, additional testing equipment and associated personnel to undertake the completion and flow testing of well #4.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is pleased to announce that in its ongoing efforts to actively seek out the most qualified and diverse board members in keeping with corporate policy, the company has appointed Jessica Davey as VP of Land and to the Board of Directors.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. is pleased to announce that it has encountered significant showings of helium across four formations in its fourth wildcat well.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. announces the resignation of Dr. Edward A. Schiller from the Board of Directors.
“When Stockhouse most recently covered Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (TSX-V: DME, OTCQX: DMEHF, Forum) earlier this month, we looked at this Company’s work to extract and process one of the top resource investments around – helium. The second most abundant and second lightest element in the known universe.
One of the last, and possibly most significant sources of helium is Northeastern Arizona’s Holbrook Basin. In our previous editorial on DME, we highlighted a recent report on the subject titled “Feasibility of New Helium Well Development in the Holbrook Basin, Arizona” published in May 2021 by Colorado School of Mines Graduate Geologist Jacob Smith, which assessed the economic feasibility of development of helium resources in the Holbrook Basin and the potential for further exploration in the area.” FOR THE FULL ARTICLE, CLICK HERE.
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