- Wison in Caribbean FLNG development
- Acquisition success for Taiyo Nippon Sanso
- BOC introduces new car refrigerant
- KROHNE announces flowmeter approval
- Injection of hydrogen in German gas grid
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.
The company is to secure 30% of the shares in the Taiwanese PSA manufacturer Benson Industrial Gases (BIG) Technology. It will also underwrite some of the capital increase by third party allotment implemented by BIG.
Opteon® YF (R1234yf), a new environmentally friendly refrigerant for cars, is now available in the UK & Ireland from BOC, the UK’s biggest industrial gases business and a member of The Linde Group.
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.
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.
In order to design processes that are as efficient and resource- conserving as possible, Pfeiffer Vacuum has developed helium recovery units, which make it possible to recover and recycle the gas used in leak detection.
At a time when the helium supply chain continues to experience shortages, Air Products is engaging in a new project to extract helium from a naturally occurring underground carbon dioxide (CO2) source.
IACX Energy has reportedly commenced helium production and sales from a new facility located at the Harley Dome in Utah. It comes just weeks after the passing of the draft Bill concerning the Federal Helium Reserve in Amarillo, Texas.
Net sales of gas increased by RUB 244,291m, or 20%, to RUB 1,488,417m in the six months ended June 30, 2013 compared to the six months ended June 30, 2012.
Acquisition enables the company to expand its presence in Europe and leverage strengths in the high purity and medical gas control markets globally.
The notes are being offered under the company’s universal shelf registration statement and is expected to close on November 12, 2013.
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.
CONCOA has introduced a new industrial pipeline regulator designed to exceed heavy heating and cutting pressure and flow requirements.
The company has teamed up with Phoenix Alarms & Safety Services Ltd enabling it to offer customers a comprehensive fixed gas detection installation and commission service.
DataOnline announced today that it has completed the signing of a long term large scale global licensing agreement for its flagship on-demand service, DOLV3, with a fortune 500 company.
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