Securing helium for the future

We aim to deliver superior returns to our shareholders while building our helium company with calculated risk taking. Follow our story, get up-to-date shareholder information and access to a range of tools for investors.

Investor presentation

We invite you to review our most recent presentation from November 2021.

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Sedar filings

 

View all of Imperial Helium Corp.’s regulatory filings and financials submitted on Sedar.

Link to exchange filings

Analyst reports

View and download analyst reports to gain insight into Imperial Helium and the broader helium industry.

Infrastructure Agreement: Auctus Advisors LLP

Production Test Results: Auctus Advisors LLP

Initiating Coverage: Auctus Advisors LLP

Helium: Cormark Securities Inc.

Cash as at September, 2021: CAD$6.6m

Capital Structure

Imperial Helium is a publicly traded company on the TSXV under the ticker IHC.

Below is a view of our capital structure upon listing. Please note these are subject to change.

Common Shares Outstanding 85,505,451
Share Price (October 12, 2021) $0.205
Basic Market Capitalization $17.95m
Free float on Go Public Listing Date (%) 76.63%
Insider Ownership on Go Public Listing Date (basic)* 8.42%
Dilutionary Positions
Performance Milestone Shares (non-vested) 14,000,000
Options ($0.25) 5,950,000
Warrants ($0.365 weighted average strike price) 31,353,734
Broker Common Shares ($0.25 strike) 2,878,000
Fully Diluted Shares Outstanding** 139,687,185
* 13,888,000 shares issued in the seed financing are subject to a 6-month hold period from go public listing date and 6,091,834 common shares are subject to escrow restrictions. ** FD Shares Outstanding and FD Market Cap fully burdened by Performance milestones shares. Performance milestones include (i) completion of drilling and testing (3,000,000), (ii) completion 3rd party resource report / certification (3,000,000), and (iii) first production (8,000,000).

Competitive Matrix

Global Production Map

Our competitors (producing and non-producing) are located around the world. However, much of the world’s current helium is produced in geopolitically unfavorable regions. There is a pressing need to expand helium production within North America, and more specifically, Canada.

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