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    500-litre oxygen tank returned to University Hospital of Hartlepool

    2020-08-04T09:20:00Z

    A 500-litre liquid oxygen cylinder which was temporarily based at the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton, UK to help treat Covid-19 patients has returned to the University Hospital of Hartlepool.

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    QED launches new website

    2020-08-04T09:11:00Z

    QED Environmental Systems has launched a new global website amalgamating brands from its recent acquisitions including gas analysis instrumentation specialist Geotech.

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    Setting out a vision for the future

    2020-08-03T05:00:00Z

    Taking the reins of a trade body at the height of a global pandemic made for a challenging start for the new Chief Executive of the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA). Here, Ellen Daniels reflects on the first few months in post and sets out her future plans for the ...

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    BCGA calls for nitrous oxide ban

    2020-07-22T14:44:00Z

    UK trade body the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) is calling on the UK Government to ban nitrous oxide.

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    GSS presents technical engineering paper

    2020-07-22T12:17:00Z

    Gas Sensing Solutions (GGS) has released a new technical engineering paper demonstrating how power consumption in CO2 sensors can be minimised to reduce utility costs.

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    UK Government supports green recovery

    2020-07-22T10:00:00Z

    The UK Government has today announced £139m to cut emissions in heavy industry by supporting the transition from natural gas to clean hydrogen power and scaling up carbon capture and storage technologies.

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    Scottish brewer breaks ground on carbon capture facility

    2020-07-21T07:05:00Z

    Scottish brewer Tennent’s on Saturday broke ground on a new £2.6m carbon capture facility at Wellpark, near Glasgow.

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    Survitec recommends increasing oxygen onboard vessels

    2020-07-20T15:21:00Z

    British maritime safety specialist Survitec has recommended that current supplies of medical oxygen onboard ships are increased in the event of crews and passengers becoming ill with Covid-19.

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    UK Gov supports CO2 to animal feed project

    2020-07-17T08:47:00Z

    A Nottingham-based project that converts carbon dioxide into clean animal feed has received a £2m grant from the UK Government to generate clean, sustainable food for fish and poultry with an up to 75% smaller carbon footprint.

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    BCGA Covid-19 activity

    2020-07-16T11:01:00Z

    The compressed gases industry and its supply chains have been hugely impacted by coronavirus (Covid-19. As an industry, we have kept up and continuously monitored supplies to key sectors, as well as ensuring other good measures such as social distancing are in place as part of safe working.

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    New BCGA Chief Executive sets out vision for the future

    2020-07-14T11:04:00Z

    Negotiating the Covid-19 environment will be a key priority for the new Chief Executive of the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA), who is keen to build on the vital role BCGA members played in providing medical gases and other related gases and equipment during the pandemic.

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    Carbon8 Systems partners with Vicat Group

    2020-07-13T14:05:00Z

    Carbon8 Systems, a UK-based company that converts CO2 into high-value, lightweight construction aggregates, has signed a commercial agreement with the Vicat Group cement company.

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    Scotland-Malaysia study highlights role of CO2 storage

    2020-07-13T10:17:00Z

    A new study by scientists from Scotland and Malaysia has provided insights into the role of natural mechanisms within rocks deep below ground for securely storing anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO 2 ).

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    A-Gas Rapid Recovery appoints new engineers

    2020-07-06T10:30:00Z

    A-Gas Rapid Recovery has appointed two new F-Gas qualified sales and service engineers to support the refrigeration and air conditioning industry.

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    Houlder and PMW Technology partner on carbon capture study

    2020-07-02T15:36:00Z

    Engineering consultant Houlder has partnered with PMW Technology on a study to assess the potential applications of carbon capture technology.

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    Air Products recognised for corporate social responsibility

    2020-07-02T13:46:00Z

    For the third consecutive year, Air Products has been awarded a gold medal for its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) performance from EcoVadis, a multinational CSR ratings agency.

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    Carbon Clean Solutions closes $22m funding round

    2020-07-02T08:19:00Z

    Five global companies have invested $22m in Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL), a specialist in low-cost CO2 capture and separation technology.

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    Cobham receives $2.65m oxygen order

    2020-07-02T07:17:00Z

    UK-based Cobham Mission Systems has received a $2.65m oxygen concentrator follow-on order from Northrop Grumman Corporation for the Navy E-2D Advanced Hawkeye, an Airborne Command and Control Aircraft (ACC).

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    BCGA publishes revision to Leaflet 11

    2020-07-01T12:24:00Z

    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has published a revision to its Leaflet 11, covering safety checks for cryogenic tanks.

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    SCCS celebrates 15 years

    2020-07-01T09:55:00Z

    Scottish Carbon Capture Storage (SCCS) is celebrating 15 years at the forefront of science and engagement aimed at delivering one of the most promising climate technologies: carbon capture and storage (CCS).