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Helium One boosted by Oxford and Durham University study

Helium One's exploration efforts in Tanzania have been backed up by a study at Oxford and Durham Universities, which integrated data from last year’s programme at the Rukwa project. Around 700,000 Bcf of Helium generated by the Tanzanian Craton and surrounding mobile belts, implies that even with inefficient release, migration and trapping, these regions could provide high-helium concentration reservoirs. The Tanzanian Rift System contains all of the prerequisites for an economic helium-rich land, according to author, Professor Jon Gluyas.

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