IACX Energy Announces Gaseous Helium Sales From Its Proprietary, Small-Scale Processing Unit Near Otis, Kansas
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Helium is a scarce, valuable and non-renewable gas. Most producers are unaware of the value of helium that may be associated with their natural gas volumes. Most are also surprised to learn that helium has a wide assortment of important uses outside of the ubiquitous balloon market. Helium is an indispensable component of many high tech applications including MRI machines, semiconductor and fiber optic manufacturing, NASA’s space program, etc. Because of the combined realities of increasing demand and dwindling supplies, the near-to-long term outlook for helium is that of alarming scarcity. As all natural gas volumes in the world possess at least some level of associated helium, the decision to capture, purify and sell this gas can be a simple proposition for any company wishing to augment a project’s cash flow.
Helium aside, more and more volumes of natural gas with higher-than-average levels of other inert gases, such as nitrogen and CO2, are becoming stranded or otherwise non-producible due to tightened sales line specifications. Company CEO,
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Contact: Scott Sears IACX Energy 972 960 3210 Fax 972 960 3215 firstname.lastname@example.org www.iacx.com
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