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Tex-Air's Plans for Upstream Integration

Tex-Air Gas has been a helium supplier to distributors across the United States and is looking for prospects to expand further. In the last decade, the US BLM’s capacity to operate in the helium market has decrease and there may be an increased dependency on imports. Tex-Air plans to capitalize on this opportunity. It is expected that the BLM will welcome independent suppliers of the gas going forward, and with the favourable, but dispersed pricing conditions, Tex-Air plans to acquire its own helium source. Once vertically integrated with its own helium source, Tex-Air will have more control over operations.

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