Mining helium in Montana with a rig owned by Bo Sears and Weil Resources Group
The price of crude helium set by the federal government has skyrocketed in the past three years, jumping from $64.75 to $84 per 1,000 cubic feet, as supplies of the element have tightened amid increasing demand, primarily in Asia. The price crunch could get much worse as the Bureau of Land Management -- which supplies about 30% of the global supply of helium -- prepares to shut down the federal helium reserve outside Amarillo, Texas.
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