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    Lake Shore Cryotronics acquires Janis Research Laboratory Cryogenics business


    Lake Shore Cryotronics has acquired Janis Research’s Laboratory Cryogenics business — a move that unites two of the world’s leading providers of cryogenic and material characterisation solutions for low-temperature research.

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    Worley signs agreement with Cheniere LNG


    Global engineering company Worley has been awarded a master services agreement to provide civil, structural, mechanical, I E, HVAC and marine construction services at Cheniere LNG’s Corpus Christi LNG facility.

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    BCGA updates Code of Practice 48


    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has published a revision to its Code of Practice 48, covering the safe filling of third-party owned and/or maintained tanks.

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    Bermuda Hospital Board doubles oxygen supply


    Bermuda Hospital Board (BHB) has started up its new oxygen generator that will double the oxygen capacity of its hospital, as the island prepares for a second surge of coronavirus patients.

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    Dippin’ Dots expands cryogenics business


    American flash-frozen beaded ice cream company Dippin’ Dots has opened a new 6,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Kentucky to support the demand for its Dippin’ Dots Cryogenics business.

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    Pfeiffer Vacuum launches next generation gas analysers


    Pfeiffer Vacuum has introduced two compact, portable benchtop analysers for analysing gases at atmospheric pressure.

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    Messer joins European Clean Hydrogen Alliance


    Messer is the latest company to join the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, bringing with it extensive experience in industrial gases to bear on the efficient and effective deployment of green hydrogen with partners across Europe.

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    Skyre developing hydrogen infrastructure for the Moon


    Connecticut-based clean energy products manufacturer Skyre has announced a partnership with Eta Space, an expert for in-space cryogenic fluid management technologies, to develop the first hydrogen fuelling plant on the Moon.

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    Air Products tests shelf life of reduced CO2 MAP


    Research conducted by Air Products has shown that the amount of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) used in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) can be reduced to as low as 20% while still maintaining the ability to extend the shelf life of food products.

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    Turning carbon dioxide into liquid fuel


    US researchers have discovered a new electrocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide (CO2) and water into ethanol with very high energy efficiency, high selectivity for the desired final product and low cost.

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    MLW Programme opens oxygen concentration plant in Malawi


    As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Programme (MLW) has opened an oxygen concentration plant in Blantyre, Malawi.

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    Petrofac and Storegga partner on renewable energy


    Petrofac and Storegga Geotechnolgies have joined forces to collaborate on potential business development and project initiatives in carbon capture and storage (CCS), hydrogen and other low carbon projects.

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    LU-VE supplies refrigeration technology to Russian warehouse


    Italian commercial refrigeration company LU-VE Group has supplied the machines for the refrigeration of Russia’s biggest food storage warehouse, powered by CO 2 .

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    UL researchers working to covert CO2 into ethylene


    The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has received a $1m grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a way to convert carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into ethylene, one of the world’s most widely used chemicals.

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    SwRI receives $764,000 for zero emission power plant project


    Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has been awarded $764,000 to develop a zero emission fossil fuel power plant that incorporates a supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) power cycle, renewable energy, oxygen storage and carbon capture.

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    CCSL-Marubeni partnership to develop carbon capture projects


    Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL) and Marubeni Corporation will jointly support and develop carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects on a build-own-operate model as part of a new partnership.

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    Gardner Cryogenics: Setting the global industry standard


    Founded in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in its almost 60 years of business, Gardner Cryogenics has today produced more than 1,900 cryogenic tanks, the first of which is still operational today.

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    HOYER expands foodstuff tank container fleet


    The HOYER Group has expanded its foodstuff tank container fleet with 50 new ISO Reefers, 25 of which have integrated stirrers.

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    Nikkiso opens new facility and secures major contract


    Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries’ Clean Energy Industrial Gases Group, a subsidiary of Nikkiso Co., Ltd, has opened a new office in Moscow, Russia, to help the support its LNG and Petrochemical customers in the Russian market, as well as CIS countries.

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    Helium tank explodes inside trash compactor


    Rutherford County Solid Waste has warned residents of the dangers of discarding helium tanks in household trash, following an explosion at Rutherford County’s Weakley Lane Convenience Centre at the weekend.