R2D2 has 1.9% Helium Concentration and Good Flow
Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa
(Registration number: 2014/195093/06)
JSE Share code: REN
A2X Share code: REN
Australian Business Number (ABN): 93 998 352 675
ASX Share code: RLT
(“Renergen” or “the Company”)
R2D2 HAS 1.9% HELIUM CONCENTRATION AND GOOD FLOW
Natural gas and helium producer Renergen is pleased to announce that further to the
announcement of 10 May 2021, wherein we reported that inclined well R2D2 was suspended
awaiting various approvals (after detecting gaseous odours and unquantified helium), drilling has
now been completed. Gas samples from the completed well have confirmed gas contents, with
helium of 1.9% and methane of 90.8%. Furthermore, the well is producing gas at a rate of 187,000
standard cubic feet per day, making this one of the more significant gas strikes in the Virginia
Gas Project and well above the average of 120,000 standard cubic feet per day of current wells.
“We are really pleased with this result. The helium is as expected, but more importantly the flow
rate is higher than expected and the gas intersection is almost exactly on prognosis, which
reaffirms our modelling of the predicted gas bearing structures,” said Stefano Marani, CEO.
2 November 2021
Authorised by: Stefano Marani
Chief Executive Officer
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Date: 02-11-2021 08:30:00
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