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The key to NAH's Successful Helium Exploration in Saskatchewan

North American Helium has drilled 50 wells in Saskatchewan and discovered 19 new helium pools, revealing the Cambrian section as still being materially under-explored. NAH's success is attributed to expansive legacy subsurface datasets, nearly complete undisposed helium rights, a skilled geoscience workforce, pre-existing evidence of a functioning helium "system," and a resource-development-friendly regulatory framework and operating environment.

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