All Energy articles – Page 15

  • Linde hydrogen fueling station open for business in West Sacramento

    Linde opens CA hydrogen fueling station


    It was not an easy journey, but Linde’s hydrogen pump at the Ramos Oil Company is officially open.

  • money

    ITM Power announces end of year finances


    With £10.46m of projects under contract or in the final stages, and grant funding of £5m which is up 64% - the financial year has been “very busy” for the company.

  • Germany-map

    KORE fuel cell reaches landmark operation


    AFC Energy, which designed and operates the fuel cell system, is understood to be delighted at the achievement – stating it is still on target to be fully operation at the end of this year.

  • The expanding energy market

    Flow Metering in the Expanding Energy Market


    The extraction and use of shale oil and gas will continue to be a primary driver of the US economy even as prices per barrel and rig counts decline and inventory increases. In order to remain competitive, other countries, such as China, are investing in shale gas production, which will ...

  • financial analysis euro stats

    ‘First promising commercial successes’ spells financial gains for McPhy


    McPhy Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen-based solutions for industry and energy markets, continued to develop its disruptive technologies and recorded a first major commercial success in the first half confirming the relevance of its strategy.

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    Exclusive interview with Plug Power CEO Andy Marsh


    There are many occasions when the Phoenix from the flames, in ancient mythology, is used to accurately describe the unpredictable rise of a company. This couldn’t be more true a description of Plug Power. Stuart Radnedge discovers why.

  • Energy industry green

    Amgraph chooses Doosan as fuel cell supplier


    A long-time advocate of environmental awareness and encouraging the protection of the planet, Amgraph Packaging has chosen Doosan as a fuel cell supplier for its rural Connecticut plant.

  • Shale gas – November 2014

    Shale gas market to reach $104bn by 2020


    The global shale gas market is forecast to reach $104.1bn by 2020, driven by a number of factors including increasing energy needs and the advent of more efficient exploration technologies.

  • Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore

    Dearman in sustainable cooling mission to Malaysia


    Dearman is putting sustainable cooling at the heart of discussions about urbanisation this week, as part of an Innovate UK-MiGHT organised visit to Malaysia.

  • Germany-map

    AFC Energy signs deal for German facility


    Industrial fuel cell power company AFC Energy plc has executed its first commercial power purchase agreement with Stadtwerke Stade GmbH for the sale of electricity generated at AFC’s fuel cell generation facility at Stade, Germany.

  • Iran, Saudi, Middle East

    Iran trading globally could spark LNG flood


    With UN sanctions restricting Iran’s ability to do business set to be lifted very soon, there could also be a boom of LNG deliveries to Europe through the next five to ten years, according to the country’s Deputy Oil Minister.

  • Oil drop

    Strong growth in oilfield chemicals to taper


    The global market for oilfield specialty chemicals at the service company level rose to $25bn in 2014, up from nearly $16bn in 2010, but significant declines in oil price have dampened the demand outlook to 2020, according to a new global market study from IHS.

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    Doosan Fuel Cell reflects on year of success


    Doosan Fuel Cell (Doosan) is reflecting on a successful first year of operation in the manufacture of clean energy fuel cell systems, having signed multiple contracts in the last 12 months and installed its technologies coast to coast from California to Connecticut.

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    Oil prices to fall further, report suggests


    The drastic slide on Brent crude was one of the stories of 2014 and continued to run deep into 2015, but a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests oil prices may yet fall further.

  • Big Ben London UK

    Debate to address urgent cold chain needs


    How to feed the world’s growing population without creating unintended environmental damage will be the focus of an international expert panel event at the UK’s House of Lords next week.

  • Business papers finance

    Plug Power reconfirms 2015 goals


    The company has reaffirmed plans for growth following a successful tour around the US which saw it secure many major deals with household brands for its GenKey hydrogen energy offerings.

  • Amsterdam-Netherlands

    Strong showing at GAS2015


    The International Gas Analysis Symposium Exhibition (GAS2015) once again drew a strong audience from the world of gas analysis and related equipment earlier this month.

  • Energised solutions for fracturing linde tanker - July 2015

    Energised solutions for fracturing


    Linde Gases discusses reservoir-friendly, water-saving well stimulation with carbon dioxide and nitrogen.

  • Sam Thomas - July 2015

    Going full circle at Chart Industries, Inc.


    Chart Industries Chairman, President and CEO Sam Thomas discusses the evolution of the company throughout the decades and doing business in a fluctuating energy market.

  • Co2 from biogas systems - July 2015

    An introduction to...CO2 from biogas systems


    More than 500 Dutch horticulturists depend on the continuous supply of clean carbon dioxide (CO2) through the OCAP (Organic Carbon Dioxide for Assimilation of Plants) pipeline for crop production. The main industrial suppliers, Shell Pernis and Abengoa, cannot always meet the CO2 demand, which creates a great need to increase ...