- The future dominates discussion on final day
- StG gains UVDB approved status
- Air Products takes part in China chemistry contest
- Day one in Africa ends with a bang
- First morning of African conference finished
Many of the morning’s speakers look to the future by discussing various topics including LNG, helium and growth in the African continent.
Scientific and Technical Gases (StG) is now a registered member of the Achilles’ UVDB, the Vendor Database for Utilities Companies in the UK and overseas.
A Senate natural gas forum yesterday affirmed the positive impact of the LNG exports on the US economy and urged the country to seize the opportunity this represents.
Air Products attended the opening ceremony of 2013 China’s National University Chemistry Video Contest held in Beijing recently and presented its innovative gas technologies and applications to around 150 university students.
The first day of gasworld’s third African conference comes to a close after a successful afternoon of discussions before the Air Products sponsored conference dinner at the Chief’s Boma provided a perfect finale.
A new switchover that automatically delivers a continuous supply of liquid nitrogen with little to no variation in cryogen temperature or state has been introduced by CONCOA.
To help simplify the work of staff with quality responsibilities in companies with gas plants, WITT has updated its range of analysers with the launch of the PA 7.0.
Airgas, Inc. is to exhibit an array of supplies and products to fit any welding and manufacturing need at the EASTEC event held by The Society of Manufacturing Engineers later this month.
Offering is split with $475m of 1.25% notes due 2018 and $175m of 3.55% notes due 2042.
The industrial gases specialist publishes its business figures for 2012 and posts strong sales growth in Germany, Turkey, China and Vietnam.
First-quarter sales of $2.9bn; adjusted diluted EPS of $1.38. Completed acquisition of NuCO2 micro-bulk carbon dioxide business. Announced signing of North West Redwater energy project, supply of 2,000 tonnes-per-day of oxygen in Alberta; project development activity remains solid.
Group revenue slightly down compared with the same quarter last year but Benoit Potier says “barring a degradation of the environment, Air Liquide is confident … to deliver another year of new profit growth in 2013.”
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