Source: Helium Statistics and Information
Description: Estimated world helium production by country from 2010 to 2020. Estimated production of helium has been decreasing since 2013 when it peaked at 4.96 bcf. In 2020, it fell to 4.08, largely due to decreased production from the U.S. Since 2010, Canada has not produced more than 1 bcf per year. The difference between estimated 2019 production (4.08 bcf) and demand (6.29 bcf) could be due to differences in measurement as there is little publicly available information on the international helium market. Withdrawals from storage facilities may also be used to meet demand when helium supply is low. To see an animated version of this graph, click here.
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