Helium Evolution holds North America’s largest helium land acreage among publicly-traded companies, concentrated in a historically helium rich area of Saskatchewan.
Our farmout with North American Helium (NAH) accelerates HEVI’s drilling into 2022, with no capital required, and provides numerous value driving catalysts through 2023 and beyond. In addition, HEVI continues to leverage our skilled technical expertise to focus on internally generated helium resource opportunities, and future drilling prospects across our extensive, world-class land holdings.

Helium Evolution Advantages

  • 5.6 million acres of permitted land
  • Excellent geological data available
  • Unique farmout with an industry-leader, North American Helium (NAH), differentiates HEVI
  • NAH test drilling commenced in Q4/22 and will continue through the balance of 2023 and into Q1 2024, with no capital required from HEVI
  • Strategy for production & offtake
  • Commitment to conservative execution & contingency planning
  • Supportive regulatory jurisdiction & strong government relationships
  • Capitalized for execution of drilling program and participation in NAH wells

Massive untapped land position being developed by HEVI directly and via North American Helium farmout

  • North American Helium (NAH) drilled two test wells on HEVI lands in Q4/22. Five additional test wells will be drilled before Q1/24, for a total of seven wells. Test wells are 100% funded by NAH with HEVI retaining a 20% working interest
  • New seismic option and seismic review option agreements with NAH could expand number of wells to be drilled by ~60%, from 5 to up to 8

Basal Cambrian Sandstone Structure

Radioactive decay of the uranium in Southern Saskatchewan’s basement rocks has produced significant helium reserves.

Up to 2.0%


Over 95%


Potential drilling locations

The Seismic Option and Seismic Review Option Areas seen to the right give HEVI access to greater seismic coverage on its land without incurring costs, and also allows HEVI to retain a 20% interest in any NAH test wells, at no cost

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