While there is a view that the easy targets for reduced usage were already realised during Helium Shortage 2.0, it is safe to assume that the difficulty in obtaining helium, combined with sharply higher prices, will provide continued incentives to reduce helium consumption.

Helium Shortage 3.0, the third period of sustained helium shortage since 2006, has now been ongoing for almost a year and a half.

What caused this shortage? When will it end? And what does it mean for the future of the worldwide helium supply? Download our Paper to find out the facts.