The ongoing Tanzania-based helium project Helium One has identified multiple additional surface helium anomalies across its three project areas following the completion of a remote sensing study.
The study used multispectral satellite spectroscopy (MSS) to analyse emissivity data which generated a heat map for helium signatures across the company’s 4,500km2 licence area, revealing widespread helium charge and migration across Rukwa, Eyasi and Balangida basins.
Commenting on the study, David Minchin, CEO, said, “We are pleased with the results of the recently completed MSS study which identified abundant helium anomalies over all three basins.”
A ‘robust’ helium anomaly was identified across the Tai structure, which has previously indicated subsurface helium through the identification of good quality reservoir and seal units.
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