All Energy articles – Page 27

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    First Netherlands H2 station for Air Liquide

    2014-09-04T12:11:00Z

    On September 3, 2014, Air Liquide inaugurated its first hydrogen filling station in Rotterdam, Netherlands, in the presence of the Secretary of State of the Dutch Ministry of Transport and the Environment.

  • Creating storage facilities for high purity liquid hydrogen – September 2014
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    Creating storage facilities for high purity liquid hydrogen

    2014-09-03T05:01:00Z

    A project in cryogenic tanks for the Russian national space programme, by Oleg Cheremnykh, Designer General at OJSC Uralcryomash.

  • Hydrogen production – September 2014
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    In focus...Hydrogen production

    2014-09-03T05:00:00Z

    The hydrogen produced by the industrial gases sector has long been used in various applications. Everything from industrial products to food packaging, with fertiliser and space travel in-between, benefits from the advantages of the energy carrier hydrogen (H2). But with the movement to establish a hydrogen economy in top gear, ...

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    Construction of world’s largest pipeline begins

    2014-09-02T13:24:00Z

    Gazprom has commenced with the construction of the 4,000km Power of Siberia pipeline – which will ship $400bn worth of Russian gas to China.

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    Samsung awarded LNG terminal contract

    2014-09-02T10:44:00Z

    The company’s C T Construction arm has been awarded an EPC contract, to the value of $700m, for the phase three expansion plans for the Singapore LNG Terminal.

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    More threats to Qatar’s LNG crown

    2014-08-28T12:50:00Z

    The world dominance of Qatar in the production of LNG may soon come to an end in both export and flexible LNG supply by the end of the decade – according to a new report from consultants Wood Mackenzie.

  • Cryostar-AGA-LNG
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    Cryostar LNG station chosen by AGA

    2014-08-22T15:51:00Z

    The company has been selected by AGA GAS AB to deliver its Blue Corridor LNG and LCNG station equipment at a location in Sweden.

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    MagneGas signals intent for acquisition

    2014-08-20T10:06:00Z

    The company, that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel, announced today that it has signed a Letter of Intent to purchase an established industrial gas distribution company.

  • Hydrogenics Head Office
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    HyperSolar hails H2 advancements

    2014-08-19T15:18:00Z

    Developments in the United Kingdom, Japan, Denmark, and others continue to advance global hydrogen fuel capabilities.

  • Hymera DC
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    Hymera powers the art of sound

    2014-08-18T11:18:00Z

    New artworks made for radio were broadcast live from a tree-house studio in Glen Nevis in Scotland last week, with the help of BOC’s Hymera, a portable hydrogen energy generator.

  • Plug-Power-logo-gas_world
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    “Record revenues” for Plug Power

    2014-08-15T12:06:00Z

    The company, which provides energy solutions using hydrogen, has reported its 2014 second quarter results – achieving notable gains in revenue.

  • LNG ship
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    Bjørn Aadland appointed CFO

    2014-08-07T12:42:00Z

    Norway based LNG Midstream company Liquiline has announced the appointment of Bjørn Aadland as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He will take up the position on 1 September 2014.

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    “Moment of pride” for INOXCVA

    2014-08-06T14:23:00Z

    INOX INDIA LIMITED (INOXCVA) has been awarded a contract to provide part of the equipment for transporting the cold energy through vacuum jacketed transfer lines to the cryogenic users, by ITER India – which is involved in the Fusion project.

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    Clarke Energy signs first Algeria deal

    2014-08-06T13:05:00Z

    Clarke Energy signs a deal to install a captive power plant at Plast Paper’s industrial plastic goods manufacturing facility in Oran. The deal represents the first megawatt of GE’s Jenbacher gas engine power plants for Clarke Energy in the country.

  • Air conditioning
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    Record orders for InvenSor

    2014-08-05T11:23:00Z

    The company reports that it has received more orders in the past six months alone than in the entire business year 2013. And due to the demand the sales team is being expanded.

  • Hydrogen symbol
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    Hydrogen landmarks for Air Products

    2014-08-04T11:21:00Z

    Today Air Products announced the introduction of an additional SmartFuel ® hydrogen high pressure tube trailer to its fleet. A landmark first for the European hydrogen market, the trailer will deliver large volumes of hydrogen at high pressure to Air Products’ new, publicly accessible refuelling station in Heathrow, UK. ...

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    Oklahoma GTL plant “go-ahead”

    2014-07-31T10:56:00Z

    The final investment decision has been made to progress with the GTL plant that used Velocys technology. The plant will also provide a commercial reference site for the Velocys technology.

  • ACTA-RTS
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    ‘Green and clean’ from RTS

    2014-07-30T13:45:00Z

    Rand Technical Services (RTS) is offering a hydrogen battery which, it claims, is tough enough to deal with African conditions.

  • August 2014 Hot Topic Green Stats
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    Hot topic – Is ‘green’ still on the industrial gas agenda?

    2014-07-30T05:15:00Z

    How important is R&D for today’s industrial gas company? And more importantly, can it coexist with the cost implications of going green? Stuart Radnedge investigates.

  • August 2014 SF4 TCM Mongstad
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    Cutting costs of CCS: The next generation of carbon capture technology

    2014-07-30T05:01:00Z

    The unique ability of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions while keeping fossil fuels in the energy supply mix has an increasingly vital role to play in the transition to a low carbon economy, though high costs have previously been a prohibiting factor in its ...