Sunday, 30 August 2015

Business deal merger

World's largest ASU relies on MAN compressor

Air Liquide, which is constructing the ASU, is opting for compressor technology from MAN Diesel & Turbo in the design of a new record Air Separation Unit in South Africa.

Airgas

Whitton named Airgas northern California and Nevada President

Airgas names Matthew B. Whitton the President of its northern California & Nevada region, reporting to Douglas Jones – who is Presidents of Airgas west division.

Merger aquisition deal

BASF chooses Air Liquide expertise

A site at Freeport, Texas, has been chosen as a potential location for a world-scale methane-based propylene complex – which Air Liquide has been selected to assist with as a technology partner.

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Shell opens LNG station in Rotterdam

Shell has opened its first LNG fuelling station in Rotterdam Waalhaven, the Netherlands, for trucks operating in Europe.

Working together merger and acquisition United States

FreezPak chooses Plug Power’s GenKey

FreezPak Logistics has selected Plug Power’s full-service GenKey solution for its new cold storage distribution centre freezer warehouse under construction in Carteret, New Jersey.

IOM Spotlight on helium 2

Second BLM helium auction generates $28m

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has announced that its second annual auction of Federal helium at the Amarillo Field Office in Texas, held yesterday under the terms of the Helium Stewardship Act (HSA) of 2013, generated more than $28m.

Helium sourcing and pricing - January 2015

BLM to hold helium auction tomorrow

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a sale and auction of federally-owned crude helium tomorrow, 26th August, at its Amarillo Field Office in Texas.

Business deal, merger and acquisition

MATHESON and Daedeok sign helium agreement

The long-term supply deal will see MATHESON fill 11,000 gallon liquid helium containers and ship them to Daedeok’s transfill facility in South Korea.

Toyota Mirai

Fuel cell vehicle opens rally stages

27 Aug 2015 | By Rob Cockerill

Toyota took well-documented steps towards in hydrogen mobility in early 2015 with the roll-out of its Mirai fuel cell vehicles, momentum which gained further traction recently with its involvement in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC).

Magnegas

Harris to be MagneGas distributor

27 Aug 2015 | By Rob Cockerill

MagneGas® Corporation has announced that US distributor Harris Industrial Gases is to begin distributing its MagneGas2® fuel product for metal cutting applications.

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ASCO builds CO2 plant in Belgium

25 Aug 2015 | By Rob Cockerill

ASCO Carbon Dioxide Ltd has been chosen to build the carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery plant for the major project in Ghent, Belgium announced by Messer Group and IJsfabriek Strombeek earlier this year.

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Canadian company launching ‘game changing’ technology

21 Aug 2015 | By Stuart Radnedge

Trees have been doing it for about 370 million years. But a new Canadian start-up business has stolen Mother Nature’s idea by creating a technology that can quite literally suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.

Euro coin

SOL reveals ‘solid’ first half

The Board of Directors of the SOL Group has approved its First Half 2015 results, declaring itself positive at the solidity of the group against a ‘difficult’ economic backdrop.

IOM Spotlight on helium 2

Second BLM helium auction generates $28m

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has announced that its second annual auction of Federal helium at the Amarillo Field Office in Texas, held yesterday under the terms of the Helium Stewardship Act (HSA) of 2013, generated more than $28m.

Currency close up financial

First China gas company to list in ASX

Jinrui Gas, an industrial gas company based in Chengdu, in China’s Sichuan province, has revealed plans to be listed in the Australian Security Exchange (ASX) before the end of June 2016.

Dearman logo

£2m investment boost for Dearman

The cash-injection comes from Coast to Capital – via its ‘Growing Places Fund’. Coast to Capital is the Local Enterprise Partnership for the South East which is the location of Dearman’s new Clean Cold Technology Centre.

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Agilent MS technology aiding medical research

Agilent Technologies Inc. is bringing the latest mass spectrometry technology to its collaboration with a New York college in research into a deadly and progressive neurodegenerative disease.

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Siemens to supply US LNG project

Siemens has been awarded a contract to supply an initial 10 compressor trains for the Magnolia LNG project in the US.

boc whale

BOC’s cryogenic gases help provide shark bait

Are Great White sharks lurking in the depths of British seas? BOC’s cryogenic know-how came to the rescue recently in assisting a TV-crew film its experiment in aiming to search for the number one predator of the ocean.

ce main

Canadian company launching ‘game changing’ technology

Trees have been doing it for about 370 million years. But a new Canadian start-up business has stolen Mother Nature’s idea by creating a technology that can quite literally suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.

China business deal financial

Siemens provides power plant service in China

Siemens has been awarded a long-term service agreement (LTP) for Xiaoshan Power Plant – by Zhengjiang Zheneng Electric Power Co., Ltd. The agreement covers maintenance, spare parts and more for the power plant’s gas turbine.

Toyota Mirai

Tiger Optics demonstrates hydrogen testing progress

Due to the move to a carbon-free transportation future, Tiger Optics has demonstrated its prowess in testing hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles.

weltec 1

French biomethane plant launches feed-in

Thanks to the plant being operational since the beginning of the month, 70m3/h of biomethane are now supplied to the gas grid of French distributor GrDF.

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Newport celebrates as BOC supplies hydrogen plant

Directors and staff from BOC and Eastman Chemical Company joined key contractors at a ceremony at Eastman’s site at Newport in South Wales on Tuesday 18 August to mark the official opening of a hydrogen plant.

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Toyota Mirai

Fuel cell vehicle opens rally stages

Toyota took well-documented steps towards in hydrogen mobility in early 2015 with the roll-out of its Mirai fuel cell vehicles, momentum which gained further traction recently with its involvement in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC).

Laboratory technician chemistry

Agilent MS technology aiding medical research

Agilent Technologies Inc. is bringing the latest mass spectrometry technology to its collaboration with a New York college in research into a deadly and progressive neurodegenerative disease.

Liquefied natural gas tanker

Green light for Quebec LNG project

The Québec Government has given approval for the $600m Stolt LNGaz project in Bécancour, Canada.

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