With such a wide range of uses, helium is one of the most in-demand gasses in the world. To help meet that demand, ExxonMobil produces 14 million balloons’ worth every day.

Abby Thurston, a helium and natural gas manager for ExxonMobil, gave 8-year-old Emperor a hands-on science lesson at the School of ExxonMobil. Together, they found out how many helium-filled balloons it takes to lift some of Emperor’s favorite toys. See for yourself, below.


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