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  • Jennifer Willis-Jones, Fertiliser Week
    Features

    The outlook in ammonia

    2020-02-05T06:00:00Z

    Another decade is already upon us and those in the ammonia industry are already talking about a gradual recovery in market prices since several major capacity additions in 2017 and 2018.

  • Henrik Lyhne, Pentair Union Engineering
    Features

    Dynamics of the CO2 business – then and now

    2020-02-05T06:00:00Z

    Recovering carbon dioxide (CO2) from various feedgas sources such as syngas, flue gas or a natural source are well-known technologies, introduced to the market more than 150 years ago.

  • Gary Robson, Sure Purity Ltd
    Features

    CO2 sourcing and supply transitions – quality still as critical as ever

    2020-02-05T06:00:00Z

    2020, New Year, new decade and exciting times ahead for Sure Purity and the carbon dioxide (CO2) industry.

  • john buzz campbell talks global supply and demand
    Features

    Challenges of acquiring 70,000 tons of liquid argon…

    2020-02-03T15:29:00Z

    Maura Garvey has included some information on US argon capacity and supply in her accompanying article ‘Steady growth for the air gases business’.

  • Art Anderson   AH Anderson Consulting, LLC
    Features

    Talent management

    2020-02-03T15:15:00Z

    The topic ‘Future of Work’ has become a mainstream talking point over the last 5-7 years, principally driven by the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on the workforce in the not too distant future.

  • Rich  Mansmann  Vice-President Gas Programs, IWDC
    Features

    How did we get here?

    2020-02-03T12:01:00Z

    There’s a famous bar in New York City called McSorley’s Old Ale House. It’s been in lower Manhattan for a very long time.

  • Phil Kornbluth
    Features

    Helium Shortage 3.0

    2020-01-06T06:00:00Z

    As we close out 2019 and look toward 2020, Helium Shortage 3.0 continues to be the primary focal point for gas companies who trade helium or end-users who rely on helium in their businesses.

  • Bill kroll
    Features

    2020 vision

    2020-01-06T06:00:00Z

    During pivotal times of change for our industry, what you think you create, what you feel you attract, and what you imagine you become, writes William J. Kroll.

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    Features

    Talent management

    2020-01-06T06:00:00Z

    The topic ‘Future of Work’ has become a mainstream talking point over the last 5-7 years, principally driven by the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on the workforce in the not too distant future.

  • TILE_ROB Cockerill_1_1
    News

    From transformation to realisation

    2019-12-25T06:00:00Z

    The industrial gas year that was, and the year that could be – an Editor’s outlook, by Rob Cockerill. 

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    News

    Four things we learned in 2019

    2019-12-25T06:00:00Z

    gasworld Global Managing Editor shares his thoughts on four things that we learned from the industrial gas year in 2019.

  • TILE V2_Co2
    News

    Carbon dioxide review

    2019-12-24T07:00:00Z

    Thoughts on 2019, and a look ahead to 2020, with Sam A. Rushing, President of Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd.

  • ROB-on-MENA20182
    News

    New opportunities, new technologies, and the importance of a vision

    2019-12-11T12:02:00Z

    After the rousing and passionate kind of day we enjoyed here in Dubai yesterday, when an executive at the top of the tree in the industry and the peak of his powers delivered such an engaging keynote, day two of this MENA Industrial Gas Conference was always going to be ...

  • ROB-on-MENA20182
    News

    Raw honesty, a lasting impression, and a focus on value

    2019-12-10T08:49:00Z

    One of the big talking points on the sidelines of the MENA Industrial Gas Conference had been the anticipation for a prestigious keynote from Air Products Chairman, President and CEO Seifi Ghasemi. And no-one here in Dubai was left wanting, writes gasworld Global Managing Editor Rob Cockerill.

  • RGB_David Schaer
    Features

    E-commerce… what’s your strategy?

    2019-12-02T14:02:00Z

    Distributors have a variety of e-commerce platforms and strategies to pursue when it comes to selling online. Whether your strategy is to sell to the broader consumer market or to strengthen existing customer ties, take the time to understand the pros and cons of your options and be mindful of ...

  • Art W_RGB
    Features

    I never knew we did that!

    2019-11-01T06:00:00Z

    One of my young sales reps approached me some years ago about a large opportunity he had just discovered that involved a major account. This rep had become a trusted consultant to the repair shop superintendent at a major national brewery.

  • gasworld--Rob-Cockerill
    Features

    Hydrogen: Why investments are a sign of the times

    2019-10-03T12:10:00Z

    The news of Linde’s soon-to-be-acquired 20% stake in ITM Power is a very interesting investment indeed, writes Rob Cockerill.

  • David Schaer_RGB 96
    Features

    Connecting the world with telemetry

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    Telemetry is a hot topic these days and a reflection of the booming IOT (Internet of Things) world taking place across all industries. As device manufacturing costs continue to decline, and data communication methods become more reliable and ubiquitous, telemetry devices are finding their way onto an increasing variety of ...

  • Stuart Haszeldine
    News

    A carbonless, profitable and equitable future

    2019-05-07T09:53:00Z

    The UK Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) report published last week states that the UK can end its contribution to global warming “within 30 years” by setting an ambitious new target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.

  • Rob Cockerill - BW v1
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    UK: leave nothing on table in tackling climate change

    2019-04-25T14:24:00Z

    Having read the forthright retort of SCCS to the UK Government’s efforts on tackling climate change, I have to say I couldn’t agree more. It definitely seems as though the UK has had the handbrake on when it comes to actual tangible action.