Helium

Abundant, yet rare, helium can be extracted as a co-product of natural hydrogen production. The gas has endless applications and unique properties that have no effective substitute

Helium is generated deep underground through the natural radioactive decay of elements such as uranium and thorium

Thermal and energetic conductivity properties that cannot be covered with an alternative gas

 

Limited resource extracted as part of natural gas processing so transfer of knowledge and technology from the oil and gas sector is valuable

A tiny molecule lighter than air colorless odorless ●  inert ● 
tasteless non-toxic superconductor ●  lowest melting point

Essential for high-tech, medical and industrial applications: