- Air Liquide sponsors 2016 Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America
- Thermco releases Signal Tower Alarm System
- ITM Power in electrolyser deployment plan in Scotland
- Remote ASU plant monitoring system from Air Water
- Ceodeux Meditec releases switchover board for medical gases
The Linde Group’s 2016 Q1 earnings unveiled today are “stable” according to the industrial gas company, with revenue generally remaining flat across the board, although a slight downward trend rings true throughout.
Chart sees an increase in its Distribution and Storage segment, while Energy and Chemicals and BioMedical both take hits in a net loss for the first quarter of 2016.
US real GDP grew at an annual rate of 0.5 perfect in the first quarter of 2016, according to the first estimate from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Air Liquide has been named the official gas provider of the 2016 Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America, held this week in Philadelphia, PA.
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.
Tier One company, Praxair, is set to invest in excess of $100m in its Geismar facility, Louisiana, to expand its carbon monoxide production (CO) capabilities.
Thermco’s new Signal Tower Alarm System is designed to work in conjunction with its Models 11185, 11195 and 11200 gas mixers.
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Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe whether measured by mass or number of molecules, and is also number one in the industrial gas world based on the number of molecules produced. So, how much hydrogen is produced in the world each year? Such a simple question, unfortunately, does not have quite such a simple answer.
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As already mentioned in several articles before, ‘Internet+’ has become the buzz word in China since Prime Minister Li Keqiang made the statement in his Government Work Report in March last year (2015). The sluggish China steel industry is already trying to look for the ‘magic pill’ in this idea of combining a traditional industry with the information technology (IT).
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.”
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Consisting of a single electron orbiting a single proton, hydrogen is the simplest element in the universe – but this simple element can release almost three-times more energy than natural gas. The fact that hydrogen fuel comes with zero carbon emissions (its only by-product is water and heat), has made it the focus of clean energy pioneers everywhere.
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Chart highlights current regulations covering the installation on beverage bulk CO2 tanks for fountain drinks and other beverage uses.
CO2 Scrubbing Technology for Early Flowback Gas Subscription
A special report from Linde describes use of CO2 to increase hydrocarbon recovery in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) processes.
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Bob Yeoman of B&R Compliance updates on the latest revisions to the Food Safety Modernization Act for 2016 and 2017, including who must comply, when, and how.
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Growth Market for Gases in Manufacturing Subscription
Examining hot-button trends and the latest developments in the world of specialty gases in fabrication, whether it’s design and 3D printing or cylinder distribution.
Ray Borzio discusses gas applications related to the welding, cutting, and metal fabrication processes.
A Special Report from Weldcoa on Weiler Welding looks at the Dayton, Ohio-based distributorship’s growth since its launch in 1920.
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The hydrogen revolution is upon us…the momentum is building…the future is almost here. Statements such as these abound about the state of the much vaunted hydrogen economy and what it means for us all. But where are we really at with hydrogen-powered vehicles, and what will it take to firmly move the hydrogen economy from concept to reality?
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.
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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.