Shoot a sheet or two at EI 50.
Develop to see how your shadow details are. If thin - give more exposure and do this over again.
When shadow detail looks good, focus on getting your highlights under control. I recommend using dilute Xtol since stock would probably develop this film way too fast.
Shoot a couple of sheets at the EI you determined have good shadow values. If the sheet with good shadow value was thin, develop the new sheet longer. If it was too dense, develop shorter.
This is the only way you're going to find out for sure how you need to shoot this film.
Blue sensitive only might give some really strange results, and you can't be sure about how to meter light, since your light meter sees more than blue.