Sunday, 26 October 2014

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Air Liquide: Q3 growth 'faster than market'

Air Liquide’s operating performance remains solid after a third quarter which saw group revenue rise 4.3% to €3.8bn compared with third quarter (Q3) 2013, and up 1.0% on a reported basis. Chairman and CEO Benoit Potier describes the growth as outpacing the market in the quarter.

EcoGen E210 system

Adsorptech achieves improvement to oxygen system

New Jersey-based Adsorptech, Inc. has achieved a power efficiency improvement to its EcoGenTM model oxygen VPSA (vacuum pressure swing adsorption) system.

Caloric UK plant

Caloric wins first UK project

CALORIC has secured its first contract in the UK, for a small industrial carbon monoxide (CO) onsite generation plant of 40 Nm/h.

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Emerson introduces new actuator

Emerson Process Management has released the new Bettis™ EHO actuator to the market, providing users with a complete, proven solution for critical situations where fail-safe response in remote areas must be instantaneous and dependable.

Oil drop

New Air Products lab to help oil recyclers

Air Products is building a hydrogen lab at its corporate headquarters in Allentown, Pennsylvania that will support the fast growing oil recycling industry.

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Qatar II plant

RasGas - Helium refinery tender announcement

RasGas invites all industrial gas companies who meet the mandatory requirements to submit a bid for the Helium Refinery 3 project, located in Ras Laffan Industrial City in the state of Qatar.

Canada-helium

First helium production in Canada since 1977

Quantum Technology Corporation and Quantum Helium Management Corporation are pleased to announce the start-up of their new helium purification plant in Canada this summer. Their plant has produced truckloads of helium that is ready to deliver.

Kennedy Space Centre

NASA awards gases contracts

NASA has awarded an agency-wide multiple award contracts to Air Products and Chemicals and Linde consolidating the agency’s requirements for 10.2 million litres of liquid helium and 128.6 million cubic feet of gaseous helium to support operations at 13 NASA locations.

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Euro finance currency

Air Liquide: Q3 growth 'faster than market'

24 Oct 2014

Air Liquide’s operating performance remains solid after a third quarter which saw group revenue rise 4.3% to €3.8bn compared with third quarter (Q3) 2013, and up 1.0% on a reported basis. Chairman and CEO Benoit Potier describes the growth as outpacing the market in the quarter.

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Airgas reports Fiscal 2015 second quarter

23 Oct 2014

Airgas, Inc. has reported a fiscal second quarter (2014) sales increase of 6% over the prior year, up to $1.36bn and with organic sales that were ‘slightly above’ the company’s expectations. Organic sales were up 4% over the prior year, with gas and rent up 3% and hardgoods up 6%.

Air Products wafer

Electronic offerings price increase

20 Oct 2014

Air Products has announced that, effective immediately or as contracts permit, it will increase prices globally for process materials and advanced materials supplied by its Electronics business.

Praxair

Praxair announces price increases

17 Oct 2014

Effective from November 1st, Praxair will be increasing the price of nitrogen, oxygen, argon, hydrogen and carbon dioxide by up to 10% for gas customers in the United States.

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WaveContact data concentrator

FreeWave Technologies launches WaveContact range

Solving challenging requirements in process automation, monitoring and control, FreeWave Technologies, Inc. has released its new WaveContact™ product family.

Gasmet-analysers

Gasmet launches product upgrades and new website

Gasmet Technologies, a leading manufacturer of gas monitoring instruments and systems, has announced a wide range of developments that further improve its range of FTIR analysers. At the same time, the company launched a completely new website www.gasmet.com.

Carbon dioxide CO2 green

New member recruited for CCS partnership

The largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) research partnership in the UK has grown even bigger as the University of Strathclyde joins the group, bringing world-leading expertise in areas such as carbon dioxide (CO2) transport and environmental impact analysis.

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Features

The best is yet to come...October 2014

The best is yet to come...An interview with NOVAIR Subscription

1 Oct 2014

President and CEO Bernard Zenou explains why the NOVAIR Group is ready for further growth in onsite medical oxygen.

Home oxygen On the move – October 2014

Home oxygen – On the move Subscription

1 Oct 2014

Oxygen is one of the most frequently used treatments in healthcare, and a focus on homecare has resulted in considerable innovation in the market in recent years. Reliable, inexpensive and portable home oxygen concentrators are driving the change. Helen Carmichael reports.

Christian PIC – October 2014

10 minutes with...Christian Pic Subscription

1 Oct 2014

Take 10 minutes out with Christian Pic, Sales Director at Mil’s SAS, who tells us about the products and services that the company provides, why there is no longer a global medical market, and what’s hot in the medical gases business as 2014 draws to a close.

PSA oxygen generators in the hospital – October 2014

PSA oxygen generators in the hospital – A case study Subscription

1 Oct 2014

gasworld discovers that medical oxygen produced via PSA generators is nothing new in the Middle East, in an interview with Yehezkel Caine, General Director of The Sarah Herzog Hospital in Jerusalem, Israel.

Onsite gas generation Medical meets sustainable? – October 2014

Onsite gas generation – Medical meets sustainable? Subscription

1 Oct 2014

HyGear talks to gasworld about the release of its innovative Gas Purification Systems and why the capability to upgrade gaseous waste streams or gases of insufficient purities could fuse modern medical demands with sustainability.

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Regional Markets

Water Bubbles

Breakthrough made by HyperSolar

The company has developed a novel reactor design and system architecture that uses a high voltage solar cell to efficiently separate and produce pure hydrogen from sunlight and water.

Harding-CSC

New integrity management team from Chesterfield

gasworld can exclusively reveal that Chesterfield Special Cylinders has launched a new integrity management team to work with owners and operators of high pressure gas storage vessels – as installed in rigs and ships.

WaveContact data concentrator

FreeWave Technologies launches WaveContact range

Solving challenging requirements in process automation, monitoring and control, FreeWave Technologies, Inc. has released its new WaveContact™ product family.

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Asia-Pacific 2014

Asia-Pacific Industrial Gas Conference, Singapore November 17-19, 2014

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Boundary Dam project unveiled

The long awaited moment in the history of carbon capture and storage (CCS) has arrived: today marks the formal start up of the first of its kind commercial-scale coal-fired power plant CCS operation.

WELTEC-biofuel

Biogas project ordered from WELTEC

French agriculture has a wealth of raw and waste materials that are suitable for biogas plants. However, only half of the available materials are presently used for energy production. However, ambitious targets to raise biogas usage up to 50% by 2020 have been drawn up.

Fig. 4  A Titan container, Roy Irani

Efficient transport modes for the fracking industry Subscription

2 Apr 2014 | By Dr Roy S Irani

Fracking and natural gas have been such common words in recent forums and the gas receptacle world has not been left out. If anything, both the gas cylinder and automotive industries have been preparing for this ‘green’ fuel alternative for several decades and have considered not only the output post the fracking process – compressed natural gas (CNG) – but also hydrogen as potential future fuels.

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Cryogenic valves for an evolving LNG industry Subscription

5 Feb 2014 | By Keith Stewart

As one of the first cryogenic service providers to enter the LNG industry, it’s well over a decade since Herose started supplying valves for LNG applications.

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