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Pulsar Helium's Lab Tests Confirm 13.8% Helium at its Topaz Project

Pulsar Helium, after previously encountering global record levels of 12.4% helium during initial drilling of the Topaz Project, Minnesota, announced that lab results have confirmed even higher concentrations of 13.4% helium from the Jetstream #1 appraisal well. These concentrations were observed at a depth of 1,801ft. Meanwhile, Pulsar awaits petrophysical interpretations from Baker Hughes' wireline logging data and has postponed well testing due to early spring load restrictions affecting local roads. The company also presented its findings at the Emerging Growth Conference where CEO, Thomas Abraham-James discussed Pulsar's operational progress, including drilling results, the geological and commercial potential of the helium find, future exploration plans, regulatory aspects, and its intention to explore production possibilities while considering environmental impacts and market demands for helium.

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