- Praxair announce CO2 purification facility
- Linde in protein processor improvement
- CCS plan offers developer boost
- Afrox assists mining with specialty gases
- Wison in Caribbean FLNG development
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Wison Offshore & Marine announced today the commencement of the installation of the topsides liquefaction equipment on the Caribbean FLNG project marking another significant milestone toward completion of what will be the world’s first floating LNG liquefaction and storage vessel (FLNG) in operation.
ITM Power, the energy storage and clean fuel company, is pleased to announce that, with its partners Mainova Aktiengesellschaft and NRM Netzdienste Rhein-Main GmbH, the company has injected hydrogen into the German gas distribution network.
Air Liquide and Hyundai Motor France announce the handover of the keys to the two first Fuel Cell Electric Vehicules (FCEV) registered in France today. These hydrogen-powered cars have a range close to 600km and their only emission is water.
The company is aiming its marketing strategy towards both the new small and large scale LNG markets.
Sales of $3bn are 9% up when compared to the previous year’s quarter. Other notable announcements include the start-up of a hydrogen supply to Valero Saint Charles.
Sales of $10.2bn in 2013 are up 6% versus previous year for Air Products, as well as fourth quarter income. But yearly profit has sunk to $1.03bn in 2013, compared to 2012 figure of $1.19bn.
Following on from Linde’s announcement of business performance, gasworld breaks down the statistics.
The Linde Group announces business performance in the third quarter which it has described as “relatively steady” but exchange rates have hampered this – a similar story stated by Air Liquide last week.
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The company has announced the start-up of its new carbon dioxide (CO2) purification facility at the Honeywell Resins and Chemicals site in Hopewell, Virginia.
Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS) wholeheartedly welcomes today’s announcement by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) that a Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) study contract is ready to sign for the White Rose commercial-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) electricity project.
The H250 M40 variable area flowmeter has been approved for North America hazardous areas. The H250 M40 combines the major explosion protection types in one device.
The company has signed a major ultra-pure carrier gases contract in China – in the semiconductor manufacturing sector.
The new Aloha+ H2O analyser helps achieve brighter LEDs thanks to the 2ppb moisture detection analyser from Tiger Optics.
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The company has confirmed it will attend the event as part of business plans to expand and extend its international market even further for the sale of its products.
HyperSolar has announced it is evaluating the commercial methods for onsite hydrogen production at distribution points, or fueling stations, to meet the demand created by the launch of fuel cell cars next year.
Bomin Linde LNG has began the implementation process for both the terminals in Hamburg and Bremerhaven.
The US and Norway have announced their commitment to support the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Test Centre Network.