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  • Fig. 4  A Titan container, Roy Irani
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    Efficient transport modes for the fracking industry

    2014-04-02T00:00:00Z

    Fracking and natural gas have been such common words in recent forums and the gas receptacle world has not been left out. If anything, both the gas cylinder and automotive industries have been preparing for this ‘green’ fuel alternative for several decades and have considered not only the output post ...

  • Keith Stewart
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    Cryogenic valves for an evolving LNG industry

    2014-02-05T00:00:00Z

    As one of the first cryogenic service providers to enter the LNG industry, it’s well over a decade since Herose started supplying valves for LNG applications.

  • Welding health and safety
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    Future bright as new year in welding begins

    2014-01-08T00:00:00Z

    The future of welding is closely linked to the manufacturing industry, which is currently showing no signs of real growth. There are many issues in the macro-environment to deal with, but welding remains a challenging and exciting industry to be in as 2014 unfolds.

  • Michael Blondin, VRV
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    Lean and green in cryogenic distribution

    2013-10-02T00:00:00Z

    Let’s face it, there is almost no product differentiation in industrial gas. In today’s ultra- competitive market, with tight margins and pressure to optimise operational efficiencies, increasing productivity in distribution and reducing the carbon footprint has never been more important.

  • Keith Stewart
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    Setting standards in the LNG industry

    2013-08-28T00:00:00Z

    Fuelling ships in the Nordic regions; shale gas fields in the US; vehicle use across the globe; an energy resource to power major cities in China and other developing countries - these are just some of the applications which demonstrate the incredible scope and breadth of the LNG industry.

  • Petra Barelds, Hygear
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    Preparing the ‘energy soup'

    2013-07-31T00:00:00Z

    Today, in a time when the consequences of CO2-emissions are becoming more and more noticeable - especially now that the CO2-level in the atmosphere recently reached the level of 400 ppm - the industry, governments and individuals can no longer ignore their responsibility.

  • Eric Prades, Air Liquide
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    Hydrogen technologies are ready to be deployed

    2013-07-31T00:00:00Z

    Hydrogen is an agile energy that can address several markets, and the development prospects are numerous. Hydrogen could also play a key role in the valorisation of renewable energy sources and the challenging electric grid balancing.

  • Hans Stuker
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    Torn apart – One company, one technology, trying to serve two worlds

    2013-05-01T00:00:00Z

    In the almost 10 years existence of Cryonorm Projects we have been trying to serve two types of clients by simply using one single competence and technology. An absolutely rational and logical approach one would say, but reality and experience show that such a conclusion is at least questionable.

  • Alan Buxton
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    Gasol: an important alliance with Socar Trading in West Africa

    2013-05-01T00:00:00Z

    Gasol plc, the West African Energy development company, is working to provide African gas to the next generation. The latest piece of the puzzle, Gasol’s alliance with Socar Trading S.A., brings its ‘LNG to power’ strategy much closer to reality. The tie-up with includes an investment in Gasol in the ...

  • John Scowcroft
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    A clean, cost-competitive climate change solution

    2013-04-03T00:00:00Z

    The real objective must be to limit global average temperature increases to no more than 2ºC in a way that is sustainable and that costs the least amount. CCS is not a silver bullet, it doesn’t provide the complete solution, but it is certainly part of the solution.