DME discovers hydrogen field in Arizona; Getech wins order

Water-free production of helium and hydrogen is a key component of long-term operating costs.

Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (DME) has defined three edges of a Hydrogen field with wells #4 (11-1), #5 (1-1), #6 (10-1).

The company has set and cemented the surface and intermediate strings of the casing and is in the process of finishing up drilling in the McCauley field, Arizona, US.

Based on information garnered from drilling operations thus far, it is planning on setting and cementing additional production casing to total depth. The well will be drilled to a total depth of around 4,000’ into the top of the granite formation.

The internal geographic modelling has been within 2’ plus or minus on all helium and hydrogen bearing zones. Therefore, the company feels that its current private and state leaseholds encompass all of the water-free production areas within the inferred nine to ten square miles of this field for both helium and hydrogen.

Robert Rohlfing, CEO of DME, said that our discovery of basically clean hydrogen in situ makes DME a leader in this quickly evolving green business.

Getech wins £1.2M order

Getech, a NetZero technology provider and data-led energy asset developer, has secured new contract wins for its geoscience data and energy software products with a combined value of around £1.2 million.

Customers use these products to locate, de-risk, and optimise subsurface projects’ development and long-term economic production – including oil and gas, strategic minerals, geothermal, green hydrogen and carbon capture and storage.

Dr Jonathan Copus, CEO of Getech, said, “As the pace of progress to NetZero accelerates, we see opportunity to deliver significant growth.”

Ethan Mandel

Ethan is the special correspondent for Europe covering the hydrogen industry for H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me via email or follow me on social media. I am reachable on Phone: 02081237815
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