Friday, 06 May 2016

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The community page offers gasworld users the opportunity to interact, whether it be with overseas colleagues, or prospective customers. Over the months to come we will bring you an array of viewpoints from our house writers, external perspectives via blogs, and of course, we welcome your input too. Use the feedback facility to comment on stories, or better still, meet your clients face-to-face with the online forum.

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Michael blondin - Magazine September 2015

Upheaval of the US cryogenic tank and trailer landscape Subscription

4 May 2016 | By Michael Blondin, published in gasworld magazine

On my way back from the GAWDA conference last week in Savannah, Georgia, I couldn’t help but think about how much the cryogenic tank and trailer industry in the US has been transformed in only a few short years. It’s barely recognisable from what it was only even a year or two ago.

Energy industry green

Energy-from-waste – A troubled technology?

29 Apr 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

Until very recently, Air Products’ Tees Valley energy-from-waste facilities were held aloft as two of the most innovative renewable energy projects in the world, and the first of their kind in the UK. Now, however, as the company prepares to exit the market at a cost of up to $1bn, the decision potentially poses questions of the technology behind those plants.

Europe manufacturing factory

The ‘Brexit’ – a step into the unknown for the gases industry?

22 Apr 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

Most would agree upon the effects of collapse in oil prices over the last 18 months as it has fallen to as low as $30 per barrel. Similarly, many would acknowledge that the UK steel sector remains on a knife-edge and may be yet to reach its nadir. But the Brexit is a very different story - and seemingly a step into the unknown.

Ravin mirchandani, MACK VALVES – August 2015

Social responsibility – How capitalism can make it sustainable Subscription

6 Apr 2016 | By published in gasworld magazine, Ravin Mirchandani

John Keynes and Winston Churchill were both exceptional proponents of free markets and capitalism. Keynes proffered that, “Capitalism is the astounding belief that the wickedest of men will do the wickedest of things for the greatest good of everyone.”

Oil-fuel-downturn

Linde's 2015 results: What impact of low oil prices?

10 Mar 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

The Linde Group’s newly released 2015 results show a group revenue rise of 5.3% to €17.9bn and a similar increase in operating profit, up 5.4% to €4.1bn.

Letter from the Editor

Michael blondin - Magazine September 2015

Upheaval of the US cryogenic tank and trailer landscape Subscription

4 May 2016 | By Michael Blondin, published in gasworld magazine

On my way back from the GAWDA conference last week in Savannah, Georgia, I couldn’t help but think about how much the cryogenic tank and trailer industry in the US has been transformed in only a few short years. It’s barely recognisable from what it was only even a year or two ago.

Latest news

oil refinery at sunset

Air Liquide joins Baku refinery overhaul with new H2 unit

4 May 2016 | By Rhea Healy

Tier One player, Air Liquide, has signed license, engineering and guarantee agreements with the Heydar Aliyev Oil Refinery to construct a new hydrogen (H2) production unit at the Baku refinery in Azerbaijan.

Co2 business image 1 - July 2015

Carbon capture from fuel cell technology in US partnership

6 May 2016 | By Rhea Healy

FuelCell Energy, Inc., a fuel cell power plant manufacturer, has entered into an agreement with Texas-based ExxonMobil Corporation to develop carbonate fuel cell technology in carbon dioxide (CO2) capture plants.

hydrogenious technologies

Anglo American Platinum launches hydrogen storage system

5 May 2016 | By JJ Koczan

Anglo American Platinum has invested in Hydrogenious Technologies’ LOHC hydrogen storage and logistics system, demonstrating the new technology for the first time on a commercial scale.

gasmet cems e

Gasmet Technologies "first in formaldehyde emissions monitoring approval"

5 May 2016 | By JJ Koczan

Gasmet Technologies announces its CEMS II e has received certifcation across a range of emissions for analysis of low range HF, low range NO, CH4, and formaldehyde.

ccs-carbon-gas_world

Increasing momentum for CCS in 11th CO2GeoNet forum

5 May 2016 | By Rhea Healy

In the upcoming CO2GeoNet Open Forum, researchers from the global carbon capture and storage (CCS) community will discuss the latest developments in CCS and the role it could play in decarbonising industries.

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