Tanzania’s Deputy Minister for Energy and Minerals Dr. Medard Kalemani said during a recent parliamentary session that helium exploration in Lake Rukwa is expected to…
Tanzania helium unrisked prospective recoverable resource was estimated at around 54 billion cubic feet (Bcf) in 2016.
This is based on the discovery of helium in the Lake Rukwa area in Southwestern Tanzania by exploration company Helium One Ltd.
Thomas Abraham-James, CEO of Helium One, explained to TanzaniaInvest: “The potential for helium in Tanzania is unique because the country has the perfect geology for helium accumulations, sourced from some of the oldest rocks on the planet. […] This means that we can more easily increase or decrease the helium production to match the demand.”
TanzaniaInvest interviewed Thomas Abraham-James, CEO of Helium One, an exploration, development and, ultimately, hopeful producing company of liquid helium from Tanzania.
Around 54 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of unrisked prospective recoverable helium resource have been recently estimated in the Lake Rukwa area in Southwestern Tanzania.