Digital Editions

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    Issue 181 May 2020


    It’s a case of cryogenics meets coronavirus in this May 2020 edition of gasworld magazine as we explore the latest trends and calls to action in the former and reflect the news and views of the pandemic throughout too.

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    Issue 180 April 2020


    Cylinders are on the front line in healthcare right now as the world grapples with coronavirus, and we’re getting firmly up close and personal with packaged gases this issue.

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    Issue 179 March 2020


    There’s a firm acceleration in the changing face of the hydrogen business, as it continues to drive forward towards its inevitable role in decarbonising mobility, industry and society alike. This month we explore the rapid ramp up in this area and why the 2020s could be the decade of the ...

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    Issue 178 February 2020


    Supercritical CO2 is a hot topic, not least for its application in the textiles industry, where its high solvent power and permeability enables dye to be absorbed easily and deeply into fibres – and eradicate the dependence on water and chemicals.

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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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    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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    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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    Issue 173 October 2019


    Now entering her second year as President and CEO of Chart Industries, Jill Evanko is breaking through perceived barriers in the industry. But do they really exist at all? 

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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Issue 166 March 2019


    Air gases are the backbone of the global industrial gases business. This month we look at the building blocks behind those fundamental products – the air separation technologies, and what’s new in this field. From the ASU to the end-user, this edition also looks at trending applications for gases like ...

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    Issue 165 February 2019


    A picture paints a thousand words, as the adage goes, but how do you sum up the many complex dynamics at play in the CO2 business right now? Is there an image for that? Perhaps not. This month our cover powerfully says it as it is – a market hanging ...

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    Issue 165 February 2019 Supplement


    As a means of gas production, at gasworld we’ve certainly seen PSA technologies grow in their uptake and reach globally over the last decade. Recent years in particular have seen a proliferation in these plants for companies like Oxymat, Xebec Adsorption and many others in the field, for applications ranging ...

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    Issue 164 January 2019


    The pendulum of helium supply has swung again as the sun begins to set on the commercial use of the BLM- operated Federal Helium Reserve, pictured on our cover this month. What impact will this have on the market? How will helium recovery markets be affected?

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    Issue 163 December 2018


    From oxygen therapy and medical gases to carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) in medical applications today, healthcare is the focus of our final issue of 2018 this December. This issue also includes a supplement dedicated to Green Technologies – from carbon capture and storage (CCS) to CO2 utilisation, and the ...