How can the Helium Stewardship Act from five years ago have anything to do with renovations in our national parks? We are going to tell you!
The fourth annual helium auction has concluded, bringing in a whopping $59,655,000 in revenue for the U.S. Treasury.
The events in the Middle East have caused a big dent in the global helium supply, but could the Helium Extraction Act help the U.S.?
Every few years you’ll hear about a helium shortage and that the world is running out. One of the questions we hear is, “Can we make helium?”
A UK company has come to Montana to drill in areas deemed “too wet.” If it works, their helium drilling technique could be replicated in like regions.
We all watch the Thanksgiving Day Parade® to see what big helium balloon character will float down the block next, but how did the tradition even come to be?
The first federal helium auction of one year ago, which you can watch in its entirety above, was publicly labeled a huge success, generating nearly $15 million in revenue for the U.S. Treasury. But not everyone was thrilled and complaints were recently lobbied at a hearing over the implementation of new helium legislation.