- Wessington supplies O2 tank in world record balloon flight
- TNSC develops cooling neon-based turbo refrigerator
- Vendor of the Year announced at Linde’s LDA event
- Lake Shore Cryogenics releases multi-input cryogenic sensor
- Strong double-digit Q3 2016 results from Air Products
American Air Liquide Holdings, Inc. has made an official application to divest its remaining facilities under necessary Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulations following its $13.4bn takeover of Airgas.
Air Products reported strong fiscal 2016 third quarter results today, with double-digit increases across the board resulting from operational improvements and restructuring benefits, according to the company.
Tier One player Praxair announced that net income in its 2016 second-quarter results reached $399m, with the completion of Yara’s European carbon dioxide (CO2) business keeping the corporation on track in a “mixed macro-economic environment.”
In the midst of “challenging” market environments, industrial gas giant The Linde Group announced 2016 half-year financial results that fall “in line with expectations,” despite revealing equivocal results across its individual business units.
There are just two weeks left to take advantage of the Early Bird rate for the gasworld Global Helium Summit 2.0, taking place in New Jersey, US from the 12th-13th September 2016.
Wessington Cryogenics, a leading cryogenic vessel and tank manufacturer, played a pivotal part in Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov’s record-breaking balloon flight around the world.
Senior company representatives from across the gas, LNG and related industry sectors gathered to launch the recently extended Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition (GAS) in Singapore on Thursday 12th May.
ASCO – Upping the ante in carbon dioxide Subscription
M&A activity has been rife in the lifetime of ASCO, culminating in the Switzerland-based business itself being acquired by German giant the Messer Group, in 2007. Here, Managing Director Marco Pellegrino talks exclusively to gasworld about how he has channelled the growth of the company in recent years.
Part 1. Metal theft is re-emerging as a threat to UK infrastructure, transport systems, and the gases industry. Robin Edwards explains why this topic is heating up again and the significance for industrial gas assets.
Carbon dioxide in 2016 Subscription
The annual global carbon dioxide (CO2) market represents over 20 million metric tons of CO2 consumption in the merchant markets. Captive markets, such as the onsite manufacture of urea, methanol, sodium bicarbonate, and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects account for a significant additional tonnage, beyond the merchant market usage. Sam Rushing investigates the market in 2016.
What is CO2 scrubbing? Subscription
For decades, energised fluids containing carbon dioxide (CO2), in various formulations, have been used successfully in hydraulic fracturing and individual well soak treatments known as a Huff ’n Puff (HNP) to boost hydrocarbon recovery. Here, Linde Gases discusses the role of CO2 scrubbing.
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Rio 2016 – Aiding aquatics with innovation Subscription
ACP – CO2 at the core Subscription
US Hydrogen Production – 2015 Subscription
Ultimately, industrial demand for hydrogen is met via recovery of byproduct hydrogen or on-purpose production of hydrogen. Hydrogen is produced on-purpose by the consuming industry (also known as captive production) and by merchant gas companies. Significant by-product hydrogen is recovered for self-use in the oil refining industry and recovered from multiple industries for sale to others by merchant gas companies.
Hydrogen Growth Trends in 2016 Subscription
In this report, we focus on applications and growth trends in the merchant hydrogen business in the US. The increased emphasis on alternative energy schemes, such as fuel cells, appears to be the major driver behind demand in the US merchant hydrogen market, causing the liquid hydrogen capacity utilization rate to steadily increase since 2010.
nexAir’s Hydrogen Business – Poised for Growth Subscription
A CryoGas International interview with Memphis-based nexAir, as Steve Atkins, Executive Vice President of Gasesm, shares the company’s current view of the hydrogen market, potential opportunities for growth, and nexAir’s strategy for the future.
The Hydrogen Highway Heads East Subscription
Opening Doors – Tri-Generation Fuel Cells Subscription
Mind the gap Subscription
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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gasworld talks to various parties in the Chinese cylinder business to discuss its development and track the challenges that it faces going forward, including the need to improve both efficiencies and asset management.
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.