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North American Helium starts up second plant

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North American Helium (NAH) has announced the start-up of its second helium purification facility in Saskatchewan, Canada.

The new $32m facility near Battle Creek in the southwest of Saskatchewan – about 15 miles from the US-Canada border – is expected to produce more than 50 million cubic feet per year of purified helium for commercial sale.

The plant is owned and operated by Calgary-based NAH which started up its first helium production facility at its Cypress field in July last year. The Cypress field is producing 10 million cubic feet per year (Mcf/y) of helium.

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