Initial results from Jesse#1A have been encouraging for Grand Gulf Energy despite the inability to carry out stable flow testing due to water ingress and reservoir pressures being sub-hydrostatic. But now, the company will soon be able to assess the ability of its Jesse#1A discovery well in Utah to produce helium, after securing the required work-over rig with the objective of establishing a stable gas flow rate to determine reservoir deliverability and obtain a representative helium sample. A second well is planned later this year.
Grand Gulf secures rig to test Utah helium well
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