Global Helium Corp announced that it has commenced a remote sensing study across its three core areas ranging 1.5 million acres. Global is reprocessing and interpreting over 5,000 km2 of aeromagnetic and gravity survey data which will accelerate the identification of significant potential structures. In addition to the Gravity and Aeromag study, the Company is planning to conduct a water well study and surface geochemical study on several prospective targets to find helium situated at deeper target zones.
Global Helium Begins Gravity and Aeromag Study in Saskatchewan
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