Lorna Blaisse, CEO of Helium One, outlines the path to commercialisation for their helium discovery. Watch the video here.
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A post from a Mark Schmidt on that link now reads
"Helium discovery in Tanzania: Helium One Global discovered a 4.7% helium concentration in the Rukwa Rift Basin, marking a significant breakthrough. This concentration is nearly 9,000 times above background levels.
➡️ Economic potential:
This discovery could position #tanzania as a major helium supplier, joining the few countries currently dominating the market. Helium is crucial for various applications, including medical equipment, electronics, and space exploration.
➡️ Helium One Global holds prospecting licences totalling more than 2,965 Kilometres Square across three distinct project areas which are Rukwa, Balangida, and Eyasi located within rift basins in the north and south-west of Tanzania.
➡️ The Company’s flagship Rukwa Project is located within the Rukwa Rift Basin covering 1,900 kilometre square in the south-west.
➡️ Today, helium is pro- duced primarily in just four countries including in the United States of America (USA), Qatar, Algeria and Russia, whereby limited number of suppliers result into an increase in demand and its price worldwide."
Sit on them until you decide on a colour for your new ferrari
A word of advice, it would be risky to follow that ENET/HE1 ramper,
Going into close 16:26 at 2.46
Trades just before were lower around 2.41 / 2 mark
There are a lot of messages so i cant scroll back and see who replyed to my message, but my postion stands as follows:
Before we went all the way off i had arund 120k shares. then i sold some to get the intital buyin back and had free shares at the suggestion of one smart gentleman in the chat which username i cant remember now but thankyou for the tip
When the price dropped back to 1.7 i was following the chart and saw that they scooped up till the 200 sma and bought back which meant that they needed to move up. at that moment i have loaded in for 120k shares again and currently have around 250k shares at the avg buy price of 0.88 gbx, i think its a great possition. what is a good exit strategy ? like setting or calculating the potential share price. thankyou in advance
go away, you're talking absolute ******.
Agreed about Baker Hughes.
One comment: I am not sure WHY that particular gent posted. From what I know of other oil co's - they call in big well known firms & consultancies. Even for the HE1 CPR, SRK were called in. This gentleman must know the procedure and he must know that there will be experts in attendance etc. I dont work in this industry but surely, it is norm.
Typo: Prepared, not prepare.
On Linkedin, I saw the TOP of the page and SAW THE LOGO of the American VC invested in Helium One. He is also on Twitter and he is the one that made £200,000 on Helium One. He has tweeted yesterday or day before and it is interesting what he said. Even on the PRE-RESULTS, he has proven to be correct.
Another numpty that doesnt follow the news but feels the need to make a pointless thread to join all the other pointless threads... WE ARE NOT WAITING FOR LAB RESULTS SO WILL PEOPLE STOP POSTING ABOUT POXY LAB RESULTS
Didn’t baker Hugh’s do onsite testing?
Are they not independent?
In the USA, some posters have said that their broker firm have asked IF they want to lend their shares. For many stocks, they show the RATES in which they are prepare to pay for loan of the individual stock. I think some time ago, someone asked their broker and the reply was , NO THEY DO NOT LEND OUT THEIR STOCKS. LoL.
Just because you place a limit sell, it doesn’t mean you’re shares are ring fenced and can’t be lent out. Whilst nominally shares are allocated to an account owner, in reality, they are held as a single position by the custodian bank.
They just reconcile all long and short positions to get to a net position, whether that be long or short. Given the trading cycle, if the custodian needs to recall the shares, the shorter has plenty of opportunity to buy the shares in the market.
Should they fail to return the shares in time to settle their position, there are multiple options available to the custodian, including but not limited to borrowing from another broker/custodian and purchasing the shares themselves. All result in greater exposure and cost to the shorter.
Didnt the Gas World article today, 23.2.24 print out the transcript from Lorna Blaisse's interview with London South East ie "INDEPENDENT LAB TEST on site"? And not waiting but sent?
I posted last night from a interview that Minchin did with Malcolm Wood. Minchin said $350 -$375 from recall and heard that it even goes to $1,500. Minchin said they will export to markets like Japan, Asia & Australia. Mr Wood said than where Helium One was located, it was an advantage. Kindly check my post last night to see the figures and link.
I like the final sentence best "........monetise as quickly as possible". Woman with a plan.
Next step is the details lab results. Until we get those , we can not say if we actually found Helium. It's all here say.
There is no public market for helium as a commodity, so you would be reliant on what anyone knows about contract prices.
Just out of interest can anyone recommend a link to a graph of long term helium prices? What often happens is prices rise because of steady demand and a lack of new production capacity. New suppliers rush in to capitalise on the spike but by the time they reach production (mines and well-head processing take 3-7 years to build) users have found viable substitutes or established suppliers have increased marginal output and the price falls. Happens all the time in metal mining. HE1 challenge is to find a way to produce profitably basede on firm price/revenue expectations.
I clicked link to page and got it thanks. But thanks for the link and print out for everyone to see.
LoL , the researcher has said "economic". However, that said, the data per the interview is being analysed etc from recall.
Usually, a professional has to see all the data. So, commenting on a unique Rukwa play of helium & hydrogen and jumping the fence BEFORE full data is published? Even the Tanzanian Chief Geologist has commented in a very positive light. Hmmm, must say this is all rather hmmmm.
Second day on the upside
Next leg up should take us around 6p.
We have closed on the breakout side of the bullish flag pattern now guys. Breakout confirmation is close if not already achieved.