What is helium?
Helium is the second most abundant element in the universe after hydrogen. It is a colorless and odorless inert gas that has unique properties.
What makes helium so unique?
Of all the elements, helium is the most stable; it will not burn or react with other elements. Helium has the lowest melting and boiling points. It exists as a gas, except under extreme conditions. At temperatures near absolute zero, helium is a fluid; most materials are solid when cooled to such low temperatures.
Where does helium come from?
Helium is a non-renewable natural resource that is most commonly recovered from natural gas deposits.
Helium One Global Ltd (LON:HE1) focus is to explore, develop, and ultimately, become a producer of high-grade helium for the international market, a critical material essential in modern technologies. The company holds 4,512km2 of exploration licences in highly prospective helium provinces in Tanzania. The Company holds 100% of these licences and has exclusive rights to develop the assets.