The Mankota Field is a large anticline located in Southwest Saskatchewan that Weil brought on production in mid-2016. Weil procured the helium purification technology from Germany’s Linde Engineering, commissioning the first ever Membrane – Pressure Swing Adsorption plant for the production of ‘Grade A,’ pure helium, with inlet feed of 10 million cubic feet of gas per day. Production from the Field is from a deep, high-porosity/high-permeability Cambrian sandstone reservoir. Absolute open-flows in this sandstone measured 170 million cubic feet of helium-bearing gas per day. There are two existing wells on the anticline and additional wells are planned in 2017/2018 to augment helium reserves and production.