Pulsar Helium received an addendum to Licence No. 2021-45, expanding its Tunu Project in Greenland to ~700k acres, including in the Kap Tobin area where thermal springs were sampled in 2021, and recorded a helium concentration of 0.8% along with other gases such as nitrogen and argon. The company's President and CEO, Thomas Abraham-James, highlights the strategic significance of this expansion, as helium gains recognition as a critical raw material in Europe. In a separate interview, Thomas discussed Pulsar's progress on the Topaz Project and its seismic survey in Minnesota.
Pulsar Helium 700k Acres for Tunu Project in Greenland
Updated: Oct 23