When driving home from the office last night, I realised I was muttering along to the chorus of This Is Not America . I found myself thinking about the race to the White House and what the America of tomorrow will look like.
Most would agree upon the effects of collapse in oil prices over the last 18 months as it has fallen to as low as $30 per barrel. Similarly, many would acknowledge that the UK steel sector remains on a knife-edge and may be yet to reach its nadir. But the ...
As the second-largest economy in the world, the policies and plans that the China government announced at the Fourth Session of the 12th National People’s Congress perhaps provide some hints for the development trend of what is now the second-largest industrial gas market.
Maura D. Garvey looks at the US economy, changes in manufacturing trends, and their affect on the gases industry.
Amidst a backdrop of sustained downward spiral in the price of oil over the last 12 months, preliminary figures emerging from Russia reveal the country’s economy contracted more than 3.5% last year.
A number of opportunities are waiting to be realised in the rapidly emerging Middle East industrial gases business, despite the creation of a ‘Jeckyll and Hyde’ scenario in the market as a result of the crash in global oil prices.
With no trading on its share in The Calcutta Stock Exchange Ltd (CSE), The Linde Group’s India arm has decided to delist from the exchange.
Praxair, Inc. has reported third quarter (Q3) 2015 net income and diluted earnings per share of $401m and $1.40, respectively. Results reflect a challenging macro-economic climate in North America in particular, with sales activity in the quarter notably affected.
Air Liquide has declared third quarter (Q3) 2015 group revenue of €4.09bn ($4.5bn approx.), up almost 8% on a reported basis and 4.6% on a comparable basis versus Q3 2014. Chairman and CEO Benoît Potier described the ‘dynamism’ in the Healthcare and Electronics segements during the quarter.