- Huntingdon Fusion Techniques announces new electrode ingredients
- Linde reveals forecast adjustment
- Fuel cell buses development in China expedited
- AGA stalwart set to retire
- Bill Visintainer elected 2015-2016 GAWDA President
With sadness, gasworld announces the passing of one of the industrial gas equipment industry’s forefathers, Massimiliano Spada, President of the VRV Group.
The Linde Group has revealed an adjustment to its medium-term targets for 2017, tempering its expectations for Return on Capital Employed (ROCE). The announcement was made pursuant to Section 15 of the German Securities Trading Act (WpHG).
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques highlights the new ingredients of its MultiStrike Tungsten Electrodes, which contain a mix of non-radioactive elements.
At a recent kick-off ceremony of the major projects of Foshan Yunfu Eco Environmental Protection Industries International Cooperation Zone, local and foreign guests took a special type of transportation to the venue – the first hydrogen fuel cell bus manufactured in Guangdong province.
At the age of 72, one of AGA’s most-valued and longest-serving employees Bo Poulsen is about to retire. gasworld caught up with Poulsen, and some of those who’ve worked with him over the years, to get an insight into his 51 years with the company.
Atlas Welding Supply owner Bill Visintainer will serve as President of the Gases and Welding Distributors Association for 2015-2016.
Industry.airliquide.us offers information about Air Liquide’s gases, technologies, and services for a range of industries and applications.
Mack 2.0 – An interview with Mack Valves Subscription
Differentiation in a notoriously competitive market and the challenges of company ownership are on the agenda as Chairman Ravin Mirchandani explains to gasworld why it’s a case of Mack Valves reloaded for the Australian equipment manufacturer.
CIMC Enric – Preparing for the next wave of growth Subscription
Whilst CIMC celebrates its 33rd anniversary, CIMC Enric also celebrates the 10th anniversary of its listing in Hong Kong. gasworld Greater China had the chance to meet with the newly appointed General Manager, Liu Chunfeng, to discuss the economic situation, market changes in China, and its future strategy both domestically and abroad.
Industrial gases in the energy sector Subscription
gasworld, together with Linde Gases and Linde Clean Technology, looks at the role and occurrence of industrial gases in the energy sector.
Hot topic: LNG – Marine fuel of the future? Subscription
As the grip on marine emissions tightens, gasworld looks at the potential role for LNG and the expected equipment demand.
Getting real about carbon capture Subscription
Basic industries – A burning issue Subscription
In focus...Gas production technologies Subscription
A wrap of the 2015 GAWDA Annual Convention at the Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona, from Oct. 11-14.
Recapping the GAWDA Gettysburg Regional Conference for 2015, held Sept. 9 and 10.
GAWDA Offers Group Health Purchasing Program Subscription
A rundown of GAWDA’s new health purchasing program, active as of July 1, 2015, provided by The Horton Group.
Air Products Captures Helium from Carbon Dioxide Subscription
Electronic Gases in 2015 Subscription
This week's free feature
As explained in the analysis of the South Pacific Rim market in gasworld’s August issue, a mixed outlook currently exists in the Asia-Pacific regions as it picks up the tailwind of China’s much-publicised economic slowdown. This month gasworld explores how the emerging markets of the Southeast Asia are faring in 2015.
Cold – The new hot topic Subscription
Cold has long been the Cinderella of the energy debate, but that might just be changing. Toby Peters, Senior Group Managing Director of Dearman, argues that the challenge is now to turn growing awareness into action and that the international gas industry has an opportunity to play a leading role in the emerging clean cold industry.
US Industrial Gas Market Report 2014 Subscription
The recovery of the industrial gas business from 2012 through 2014 was strong, about six percent per year, driven by price and volume. The bright spots in the economy during this period included the manufacturing sector, a significant driver for the industrial gas industry.
Specialty Gas Report
Specialty Gases – Going from Strength to Strength Subscription
The specialty gases business of 2015 continues to go from strength to strength, both in its make-up and its growth potential. Several pillars of growth increasingly drive specialty gas demand, while innovations in production processes, engineering, equipment, and distribution have transformed the specialty gas business throughout the decades.