When Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osbourne last week revealed his final Budget before May’s UK general election, he claimed Britain was ‘walking tall again’ after five years of austerity. But what does industry in the country make of the latest Budget, and its impact upon future growth?
With the brent crude oil price continuing to fall, impacting on the value of the Russian rouble, proposals for LNG terminals around the world are facing eleventh-hour questions regarding profitability predictions. But what other projects could face a new dawn in 2015? gasworld investigates.
NASA has awarded an agency-wide multiple award contracts to Air Products and Chemicals and Linde consolidating the agency’s requirements for 10.2 million litres of liquid helium and 128.6 million cubic feet of gaseous helium to support operations at 13 NASA locations.
Despite its economic power, fears persist over the continuing debt crisis in the Eurozone and, in some quarters, France is a concern in terms of weighing on the wider region’s recovery. Following lower-than-expected GDP in first quarter 2014, the question has even been raised, is France entering a renewed downturn? ...