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VVC Connects Two Syracuse Wells and Commences Helium Sales

VVC Exploration connected its two helium wells, Durler 2-21 and Levens 2-31, in Syracuse, Kansas, to its internal gathering system pipeline. The wells are now linked to Tumbleweed Midstream's Ladder Creek Pipeline, enabling the transportation of helium and natural gas to the Ladder Creek Helium liquefaction Plant in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. With the commencement of sales, VVC Resources anticipates valuable data on flow rates and gas percentages, reinforcing its strategic position in the Syracuse Project. The company also revealed progress on other wells within the project and initiated permits for the first test well in the Stockholm project.

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