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The accompanying article is a general discussion of the probable origin of helium. Helium has become one of the important gases and its growing commercial demand brings it to the consideration of the oil and gas producing companies. The writers discuss in particular the occurrence of helium in the Texas Panhandle. They also show the gradual changing of the constituents of the natural gas and its relation to the Amarillo fold.
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