Resources: Stop squandering helium

  title={Resources: Stop squandering helium},
  author={William James Nuttall and Richard H. Clarke and Bartek A. Glowacki},
Establish a global agency to build a sustainable market for this precious commodity, say William J. Nuttall, Richard H. Clarke and Bartek A. Glowacki. 

The impact of helium shortages on basic research

Helium is non-renewable. It is used in many areas of scientific research but demand is fast outstripping supply. We must adapt, and quickly.

Assessing the Past and Future Sustainability of Global Helium Resources, Extraction, Supply and Use, Using the Integrated Assessment Model WORLD7

The sustainability of the helium production, supply and use was assessed using the WORLD7 integrated model. The use of helium is at present concluded to be unsustainable with respect to long-term


This ordinance, consisting of Section 101 through Section 3807, both inclusive (except there from all notes and references) is hereby adopted and enacted as the "City of Gardiner Code," and shall be

Beyond the Helium Conundrum

Helium plays a central role in superconductivity. Despite breakthroughs in high-temperature superconducting materials, helium remains the coolant of choice. Against this there is concern about helium

Could the extensive use of rare elements in renewable energy technologies become a cause for concern

The energy transformation process beginning to take place in many countries as a response to climate change will reduce substantially the consumption of fossil fuels, but at the same time cause a

Reduced Use of Fossil Fuels can Reduce Supply of Critical Resources

  • A. Månberger
  • Environmental Science
    Biophysical Economics and Sustainability
  • 2021
Previous research has identified that climate change mitigation policies could increase demand for resources perceived as critical, because these are used in many renewable energy technologies. This



The Future of Helium as a Natural Resource

The book reveals the changing dynamics of the helium industry on both the supply-side and the demand-side. The helium industry has a long-term future and this important gas will have a role to play

The Ras Laffan helium purification unit.

The Ras Laffan Helium Project became a reality in May 2003 with the signing of the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the facilities needed to extract, purify and liquefy