Joining us today on the Daily Dive is that of David Johnson, CEO of Imperial Helium (TSXV: IHC). David joins us this afternoon to give a high level overview of Imperial, while also discussing the helium market as a whole. Within, we examine the history of helium and its pricing, demand levers, and the difficulties associated with handling the gas.
Imperial Helium is a mid-tier Canadian company competing with major global players in the helium market, whom is focused on the exploration and development of helium assets in North America. Driven by Canadian geoscience and engineering expertise, in combination with their proprietary helium well database, Imperial Helium is developing its asset base to meet the growing global helium demand and supply shortfalls in the market. Unlike early stage helium competitors, they’re sourcing high-value helium opportunities that are ready to extract, separate, and sell.
Further, the company recently received a $1.00 price target from Eight Capital.
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