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    Issue 177 January 2020


    Is everything about to change in the global helium business? From the shifting sands in sourcing through to the new applications on the horizon, this month we deliver all you need to know about the new normal helium business of tomorrow.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 58, No 01 (January)

    Cobots like this one from Vectis Automation are being hailed as a solution to the skilled labor crisis. How can cobots help businesses struggling to find skilled welders, and will they take the jobs of humans?

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    Issue 176 December 2019


    Mobile pipelines comprised of composite cylinders are on the rise the world over, in one of many trends shaping the bulk gases and transportation sector.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 12 (December)

    Equipment companies have enjoyed growth this year, some setting records, but what about the year ahead? What are the challenges, and products for 2020?

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    Issue 175 November 2019


    Food and beverages are a staple of industrial gas and equipment demand, and this month we explore topics from MAP to food chilling and freezing.

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    Issue 174 November 2019


    Capable of producing fully dense components such as that pictured on our cover, layer by layer and from computer aided 3D modelling, additive manufacturing is a specialty gas application firmly in the ascendency.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 11 (November)

    A line of CMSH 250s, manufactured by Cryofab, the New Jersey-based cryogenic equipment provider

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 10 (October)

    A Norco CO2 truck outside the Strap Tank Brewing Company in Springville, Utah. There is a strong flavor of craft beer in this issue. 

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    Issue 172 September 2019


    The end of the fossil fuel era has begun, and Hexagon Purus believes it has the storage technologies to truly usher in the new era of clean hydrogen energy.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 09 (September)

    Optimized aluminum transport: piping configuration for industrial gas applications.

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    Issue 171 August 2019


    The potential in the LNG business is undoubted. Yet short-term hesitancy exists in megaprojects. This month we explore various facets of the distributive LNG business. Front cover image courtesy of MAKEEN Energy.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 08 (August)

    Air Products’ ASU in Baytown, Texas, produces merchant liquid nitrogen, oxygen and argon to supply a multitude of industry segments. See page 34 for full story.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 07 (July)

    Celebrating 50 years of man’s intrepid touchdown on the Moon, and the role of industrial gases.

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    Issue 170 July 2019


    Celebrating 50 years of Man’s intrepid touchdown on the Moon, and the role of industrial gases

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    Issue 169 June 2019


    Digitisation is all around in the gases industry, and this is a trend at play in the gas control business with the rise of Valves 4.0 only accelerating. This month we talk with WITT about the digital capabilities being applied to valve technologies today.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 06 (June)

    This striking image is the deadly Zika virus. The atomic level structure was determined by cryo- EM. This month, we look at the 66 potential and growth of cryo-EM as well as cryotherapy and find out how some distributors are adapting to the life sciences market.

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    Issue 168 May 2019


    The hydrogen economy has rapidly evolved over the last decade. We look at LOHC this month with Hydrogenious Technologies CEO Daniel Teichmann and whether this is the missing link in a global hydrogen economy.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 05 (May)

    The US industrial gases industry’s biggest story of the past year has been the Linde-Praxair merger, and the return of Messer to North America. This month, we have an interview with Messer Americas CEO Jens Luehring on the new major’s goals, strategy and vision for the US market.

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    Issue 167 April 2019


    Clean energy is driving trends in the packaged gas business. Compressed gases rely on cylinders for their distribution and as the world goes green, so too is cylinder technology – especially in hydrogen applications.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 57, No 04 (April)

    Nikola Motor Company is an ambitious start-up which designs and manufactures hydrogen fuel cell trucks. Nikola’s semi-trucks are expected to play an important role in the story of hydrogen transportation, and we find out more about them this month.