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Blue Star's Initial Evaluations Indicate ~3% Helium at BBB#33

Blue Star’s wells have reported low or minimal flow, which is anomalous given the reservoir quality and pressure data. It is now trying to figure out what could be causing the restricted flow from the wells. At the BBB #33 well, testing revealed a helium concentration of ~3% alongside nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Engineering studies are underway to determine further testing and potential enhancements to well bore connectivity. Additionally, drilling at the Bolling #4 SESW well has reached the targeted total depth, with initial flow and pressure similar to previous encounters, prompting further evaluation and testing to determine production potential. Ongoing engineering studies aim to develop a forward well completion and drilling strategy for the Voyager Development Plan, which includes wells operating under varying degrees of vacuum.

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