What if you’re a helium miner?
Well, it turns out you can now find them in stock.
Hecla Mining, a Norwegian subsidiary of Lundin Mining, is one of the largest helium mining companies in the world.
Lundin also owns a majority stake in hecla and helium mining equipment maker Lundin.
He is a partner in two helium mining projects.
Both companies were purchased by Lundin in 2015 for $2.3 billion.
He was also the founder of the mining equipment company, Lundin Minerals.
He also served as president of Lunda and as vice president of the Lundin company.
He became the chairman of Lundan Minerals, which is one subsidiary of Heclas mining company.
Lundan Mining was bought by Lunda in 2014 for $3.6 billion.
The purchase price was later reduced to $2 billion by the Norwegian government.
Lunda was later sold to Norwegian-based Lundin Exploration.
He owns a stake in Heclo and Lundin mining equipment manufacturer Lundin, as well as a significant stake in Lunda Minerals and Heclos mining equipment manufacturers.
He serves on the board of Lundas parent company.
His company has been involved in some of the biggest helium mining developments in Norway.
Lundas current stock price is $2,000 per share.
Lunds parent company has recently announced a new investment of $7 billion in its exploration business.
Lundes future investment is expected to exceed the $4 billion in capital that Lunda has put into the company.
The Lundin and Hecsas parent companies will now own a stake of 10.5% of Lunds company, and have already agreed to purchase an additional 5.5%.
Lundas company has said that it intends to build its own helium production facilities.
Hecsa Mining has been active in helium mining for more than a decade.
In 2017, Lunda bought Hecsam Resources, a subsidiary of his parent company that was developing a helium production facility in Norway and then opened its own production facility.
Hechesa has been working with Lundas helium mine company, Heclash, to develop its own equipment, but it is unclear whether the company will continue to work with Lunda or Heclats parent company in the future.
Lundy has also purchased an additional 4.5 million cubic meters of helium from Hecsams parent company, which was bought in 2017 for $1.2 billion.