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    UPS surpasses one billion vaccine deliveries with help of dry ice


    UPS has surpassed delivery of one billion Covid-19 vaccine doses – and used more than three million pounds of dry ice to help safely move the vaccines.

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    gasworld at 200: The stories that defined a century of magazines


    Rob Cockerill reflects on the most popular stories and hottest topics from Issue 100-200, from a mega-merger of equals to a world-changing pandemic.

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    Drax to inject £40m in ‘world’s largest’ carbon capture project


    UK-based energy company Drax Group (Drax) is to kickstart the next phase of its bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project at its North Yorkshire power station with capital investments of around £40m.

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    GAS LAB Asia


    Having over 60 years of research-backed, proven technical expertise, GAS LAB delivers application-oriented solutions for industrial gases, customised for each project.

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    bp accelerates UK carbon capture potential


    Energy giant bp has advanced its UK power and carbon capture potential following the awarding of two engineering contracts to participants in bp’s Front End Engineering Design (FEED) competition for the Net Zero Teesside Power (NZT Power) project and the Northern Endurance Partnership’s (NEP) carbon compression infrastructure in Teesside.

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    Svante, Kiewit to explore US carbon capture agreement


    Carbon capture technology developer Svante will partner with Kiewit, one of the US’s largest construction organisations, to decarbonise industry through carbon capture projects.

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    Chart Industries acquires Earthly Labs


    Chart Industries has today (14th Dec) completed the acquisition of Earthly Labs, a small-scale carbon capture systems provider based in Austin, Texas.

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    Carbon8 Systems win award for best CCUS tech


    During an online event held by Netherlands-based on 10th December results were announced of the Energy Transition Awards 2021, revealing Carbon8 Systems as winners for best carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) tech.

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    Looking in the mirror to see where you’re going


    For nearly a quarter century, I have had the good fortune to consult with independent gas distributors about their businesses. My employer provides enterprise software and services to the North American packaged gases industry, and as we have watched computing systems mature and grow, so have we watched the expectations ...

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    Supply chain becomes a traffic jam, long delays


    Equipment shortages, long lead times, price increases and shipping delays have presented challenges to the supply chain for most respondents in the Baird/gasworld third quarter (Q3) 2021 Welding and Industrial Gas Survey.

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    Company profile: Smith Precision Products


    Having manufactured many different model pumps and prototypes over the last 80 years, Smith Precision Products (also known as Smith Pumps) is a specialist in the low-pressure transfer of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2). Based in Newbury Park, California, the company serves the global market with its innovations - and has ...

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    10 minutes with… Scott Clarkson


    Scott Clarkson, Account Executive at Analox Group, took ten minutes out of his day to speak to gasworld.

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    Horisont Energi, Helen to collaborate on CCUS and hydrogen


    Norway-based Horisont Energi has joined forces with Finnish energy company Helen to explore alternative energy methods such as hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS).

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    Project Greensand backed by €26m award for carbon capture


    A carbon capture and storage (CCS) project led by global chemical company INEOS is set to receive funding of DKK 197m (€26m) for carbon dioxide (CO2) storage in the North Sea as part of Project Greensand.

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    CCS Project Bifrost receives successful funding award


    Project Bifrost, a Danish carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme, has been awarded DKK 75m by the Danish authorities under the ‘Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme’ (EUDP), according to its partner Norwegian Energy Company ASA (Noreco).

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    Climeworks, BCG collaborate on direct air capture for net zero goals


    Management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has signed a deal with carbon dioxide (CO2) removal specialist Climeworks to help BCG achieve its net zero-by-2030 goals.

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    Twence installs ‘ultra-modern’ CO2 capture plant


    Netherlands-based sustainability company Twence is set to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from energy produced as a result of processing non-recyclable residual waste.

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    Now is the time to get out there and move forward


    Now is the time to pause, re-evaluate your strategy and get out there in front of your customer base and realise it in a post-pandemic world. That was the overriding sentiment of gasworld’s recent US-focused Lands of Opportunity webinar, sponsored by DOD Technologies.

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    Cannabis: Still the biggest opportunity for CO2 in the US


    The growth of the cannabis market is the biggest expansion in the carbon dioxide (CO2) business in recent years and still the biggest area of opportunity going forward, says Josh Pringle, Vice-President of Business Development and Operations for CO2 Meter, Inc.

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    Japan’s MHI to provide CO2 capture system for Hiroshima biomass plant


    A compact carbon dioxide (CO2) capture system order has been received by the engineering arm of Japanese company Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) for incorporation into a biomass power plant.