All Belgium articles – Page 4

  • ACP truck

    ACP – CO2 at the core


    Since its inception in 1897, ACP has never failed to deliver a CO2 order to its direct customers, a fact that the Belgium-based business proudly declares. CO2 is weaved into the company’s DNA; it is and has been ACP’s core business for almost 120 years. A leading supplier in Europe ...

  • Strombeek ghent facility upgrade

    Strombeek heavily invests in total facility overhaul


    Following a string of mega investments, Ijsfabriek Strombeek has financed almost €10m ($11.2m) worth of projects in a bid to completely overhaul its operations.

  • Orthodyne Company 2017

    Expansion for Orthodyne under new shareholder


    Orthodyne, a leading gas chromatography specialist, has been purchased by Chinese corporation, Beijing SDL Technology Co. Ltd (SDL), becoming its wholly-owned subsidiary and fundamental research and development (R D) base in Europe.

  • Belgium flag

    Air Liquide inaugurates first H2 station in Belgium


    Air Liquide inaugurated the first publicly-available hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station in Zaventem, Belgium, today, introducing the possibility of using H 2 as a clean energy throughout the country.

  • EIGA Winter Session 2016

    EIGA Winter Session 2016 review


    On 27th and 28th January 2016, 120 representatives of the industrial and medical gases industry, their suppliers, and customers came together at the Sheraton Hotel in Brussels, Belgium for a two-day training course on the basics of carbon dioxide (CO2).

  • Europe manufacturing factory

    Regional markets: Focus on Western Europe


    Western Europe continues to bear the brunt of external economic headwinds. China’s slowing growth, coupled with ongoing global market volatility, is a cause for concern for Europe’s developed economies. Sustained political issues also take their toll.

  • Eiffel Tower

    The industrial gas world in 2016 – Part 2


    As 2015 draws to a close, gas world looks ahead at what projects, plants and developments we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2015. Here we focus on projects in Europe.

  • Chesterfield Biogas

    EBA 2015 report highlights record biogas growth in Europe


    The European Biogas Association (EBA) has presented the fifth edition of its statistical report, a compendium of the state-of-the-art of biogas and biomethane in Europe, and highlighted the sector’s record growth in the region.

  • Financial analysis euro coins

    Plug Power secures Colruyt Group as GenDrive customer


    Plug Power Inc. has announced Belgium-based European supermarket leader Colruyt Group as its next GenDrive fuel cell customer in Europe.

  • LNG market

    Amec Foster Wheeler awarded Zeebrugge LNG expansion


    Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a detailed engineering contract by Felguera IHI (a company owned by Duro Felguera Group) for the expansion of the Zeebrugge LNG terminal in Belgium.

  • beverages, drink, fizz, water, bubbles, co2, carbon dioxide

    ASCO builds CO2 plant in Belgium


    ASCO Carbon Dioxide Ltd has been chosen to build the carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery plant for the major project in Ghent, Belgium announced by Messer Group and IJsfabriek Strombeek earlier this year.

  • Messer-Strombeek CO2 facility

    Messer, Strombeek in CO2 recovery unit project


    The bio-refinery Alco Bio Fuel (ABF) and the industrial gas suppliers Messer Group and IJsfabriek Strombeek are to join forces in the investment in a new carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery unit in Ghent, Belgium.

  • Atlas Copco logo

    Nitrogen generation improvements coming soon


    Belgium-based Atlas Copco has stated it will soon release the NGP+, which is the improved on-site nitrogen generator with PSA technology. The generator can be simply plugged in to an existing compressed air network and produce purified N2 – up to 99.999%.

  • Euro coin

    Regional markets: Focus on Western Europe


    A rapidly changing outlook ensues in the European market in 2015, as twists and turns continue to take shape in the region. Here we focus on the market in Western Europe in 2015 – and beyond.

  • Liquefied natural gas ship terminal

    European LNG overflow not expected, says report


    Various dynamics in the global LNG business mean that an influx of LNG into Northwest Europe is not expected this summer, according to a new Thomson Reuters LNG Outlook report.

  • Liquefied natural gas ship terminal

    Yamal LNG and Fluxys LNG Sign Long-Term Contract


    The duo signed a 20-year contract for transhipment of up to eight million tonnes of LNG per year at the port of Zeebrugge, Belgium, to support year-round LNG deliveries from the Yamal Peninsula to Asian-Pacific markets.

  • Leaves

    New secretary general for European Biogas Association


    This was the decision of the EBA’s General Assembly held last week in Bremen during the International Biogas Congress and Trade Fair – which will also advocate for sustainable biomethane production from gasification of renewable organic material.

  • EIGA 2014

    Live from EIGA 2015 – one week to go


    There is less than one week remaining to wait until gas will be providing live text and picture-based coverage from EIGA’s Winter session – held in Brussels, Belgium.

  • LNG ship

    GDF SUEZ LNG records 1,000th Europe loading


    The company has celebrated the recording, on January 12 th , of its 1,000th LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) truck loading in Europe at the Elengy terminal of Montoir-de-Bretagne on the western coast of France.

  • EIGA

    EIGA Winter Session preview


    With exactly three weeks to go until the European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) hosts the Winter Session in Brussels, Belgium, two of the event’s delegates who are presenting this month give an insight into what they will be speaking and why the event continues to drive a relevant and important ...