Friday, 26 August 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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Oil price crash

Oil: A new nadir in pricing ahead?

15 Aug 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

If it isn’t tapped here, it’s tapped there. If it isn’t one prosperous well, it’s another. As long as it’s available and plentiful, oil will always be the subject of man’s intense efforts to exploit it. And yet, that same certitude in production across the globe continues to breed uncertainty in today’s oil markets.

Oil drop

What price for an oil bounce-back?

2 Aug 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

The Air Liquide Board of Directors met on 29th July 2016, during which meeting the Board reviewed the consolidated financial statements for the first half of the year ending 30th June 2016. The Board will no doubt have been delighted with the group’s Gas & Services business, but surely less satisfying will be the impact of still-low oil prices on the group’s engineering activities.

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GAWDA Membership Recruitment Effort Firmly Underway Subscription

1 Aug 2016 | By published in CryoGas magazine, John Ospina

If you’ve ever thought about joining the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA), now is a perfect time to look into the many benefits and advantages that membership provides. The Association has launched a drive to recruit new members into the organization in an effort to strengthen, grow, and diversify the distributor and supplier business organization.

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Mind the gap Subscription

1 Jul 2016 | By published in CryoGas magazine, Art Waskey

I was asked to make a call with a new sales rep on business we had lost a year earlier. The customer was nice enough to give us an email recapping our past deficiencies including major gaps in communication with his previous lab manager and our account rep (who we had since replaced).

Tehran, Iran

Iran: All quiet on the Western front?

17 Jun 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

The lifting of international sanctions against Iran sparked excited speculation for the flood of investment that lay ahead. Five months on and talk of the expected gold rush seems to have slowed. So where are we at with Iran’s new wave of growth?

Letter from the Editor

Oil price crash

Oil: A new nadir in pricing ahead?

15 Aug 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

If it isn’t tapped here, it’s tapped there. If it isn’t one prosperous well, it’s another. As long as it’s available and plentiful, oil will always be the subject of man’s intense efforts to exploit it. And yet, that same certitude in production across the globe continues to breed uncertainty in today’s oil markets.

Latest news

MATHESON facility

MATHESON fined for air quality violations

19 Aug 2016 | By Rhea Healy

MATHESON Tri-Gas, Inc. has agreed to pay $1m to settle air quality violations from its specialty gases facility in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County.

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Three stars for Analox’s customer service

26 Aug 2016 | By Rhea Healy

Gas detection specialist Analox has been awarded the highest, three-star honour in an independent assessment of its customer service levels.

Medical gases graphic

BCGA brings new medical gases guidance to market

26 Aug 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has announced the publication of a new Guidance Note (32) covering Medical Gases and Good?Distribution Practice.

Cutting welding

Big change coming in cutting fuels

26 Aug 2016 | By Rob Cockerill

We live in a technological age, with advances and innovations happening on a seemingly daily basis. It’s hard to believe that certain industries rely on tools that have changed very little in over a century. One such industry is metal cutting, where legacy fuels such as acetylene are slow to embrace innovation.

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A-Gas adds three languages to GTO tool

25 Aug 2016 | By Rhea Healy

Refrigerant gases expert A-Gas is getting ready to expand its multilingual capabilities as it is set to unveil its Gas-Trak-OnlineTM (GTO) F-Gas reporting cylinder-tracking tool in three more languages.

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