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Desert Mountain's Q3'22 Update

Desert Mountain Energy released its Q3'22 update. On its Gunnar Dome exploration well, higher than expected CO2 levels mean it cannot be used with its planned production facility. Work continues on the delayed production facility with no estimated start-up date provided. DME appears to be held up by additional independent archeological and native plant field studies required for future exploration well permits. It states that it is in a strong financial position.

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