Helium could be one the of the best performing commodities on the market in the near term, as helium prices look to be rising higher than a hot air balloon.
The good news for savvy investors is there is a supply crunch coming, which most investors are yet to cotton onto.
One LSE listed stock could be the company to give helium the attention it deserves, after taking a 10% (with option to increase to 20%) stake in a private company holding a world class helium resource in Tanzania.
This company aims to develop a world scale helium production facility in Tanzania, and make first transport by 2020. That’s good timing as this is when the helium market is expected to tighten due to the US supply depleting.
On 30 th September 2021, US helium supply will shut down, stripping 30% off the market over the coming years.
Thus the world will need a new supplier to champion the helium cause and today’s company is taking a first mover advantage in Tanzania, as it looks to develop its helium project and the surrounding 4,000km 2 exploration ground.
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Capped at just £43 million, this company has its hands on a fast rising resource with little investment to date, a first mover advantage on underexplored ground and market dynamics falling in its favour.
Helium is making a comeback and the world is starting to take note. So with a long line of expected newsflow to come over the following months, one might expect this stock to continue to move higher.
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