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Message: VIDEO – From Rockets to MRIs: Royal Helium Plans to Discover and Provide A Multi-Use Gas in Short Supply

VIDEO – From Rockets to MRIs: Royal Helium Plans to Discover and Provide A Multi-Use Gas in Short Supply

posted on Mar 29, 2021 04:06PM

If you think about balloons / blimps when thinking about Helium uses, we wouldn’t blame you … but you’d also be missing out on a much much bigger picture.

Looking beyond just balloons, Helium is a high tech gas, with many uses in rocket engines, semiconductors, electronics, and health care. These sectors pressure the demand for helium in concert, making it a gas in very short supply.  Prices have been rising due to a shortage in supply.

Saskatchewan is one of the only places on earth with current and past production of primary Helium. This is where Royal  Helium comes into play as they are one of the largest land holders searching for Helium and have already drilled 3 holes at their Climax project.  

Worldwide usable Helium is in short supply as demand is increasing, making it a high-priced commodity, take a seat and discover why Royal Helium is the next SmallCap Stock to discover.

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