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NAH Brings Third Helium Plant Online & signs LTA with Air Liquide

North American Helium (NAH) brought its third helium purification facility on production in May without any operational issues. The Mankota facility is located in southwest Saskatchewan. Air Liquide (AL) is the primary helium off-taker and marks the second NAH project in which AL is a major off-taker, the first being the Battle Creek plant, Canada’s largest helium purification facility. 2 more facilities are planned to be brought on line later this year. NAH has discovered eight new helium fields over the past few years.

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