All Energy articles – Page 29

  • LNG boat building

    HHIC will build world’s first


    Hanjin Heavy Industries Construction (HHIC) announced that it signed a contract for the construction of an LNG bunkering vessel (5,100㎥) with NYK in Japan, the company has announced.

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    Linde opens Vienna hydrogen station


    The Linde Group continues to advance the introduction of hydrogen as a fuel, with today’s official opening of the world’s first small-series production facility for hydrogen fuelling stations in Vienna.

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    Double celebration for Plug Power


    Texas based Ace Hardware open a new all hydrogen material handling facility – and ordered additional GenDrive Units from Plug Power in the process.

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    LNG agreement signed in Canada


    Steelhead LNG and Huu-ay-aht First Nations sign Opportunity Development Agreement for LNG project on Huu-ay-aht First Nations land at Sarita Bay.

  • LNG ship

    LNG projects reach milestones


    Northwest Australia’s Ichthys and Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects each have reached construction phase milestones, while the first of three LNG projects on the eastern coast of Curtis Island is close to start-up.

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    Chart in another LNG first


    Chart Industries, is proud to be the first LNG vehicle tank manufacturer to obtain European ECE R110 certification for a range of its products.

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    ACD pump passes FAT


    ACD successfully passed its First Article Test (FAT) of the world’s first LNG fuel gas pump system for TOTE’s LNG-Powered Containerships.

  • LNG ship Liquefied Natural Gas

    Worldwide LNG fuel development


    GDF SUEZ has signed an agreement with NYK and Mitsubishi to develop LNG as marine fuel worldwide. The deal is the first bunkering supply contract between shipping operator UECC and GDF SUEZ.

  • 3rd Annual Gas Asia Summit (GAS)

    “Bright future” for LNG


    Across Europe and Asia, many pose the question – what role will natural gas play in the future energy mix in relation to coal, oil, natural gas, renewables and nuclear? In a recent interview, Laszlo Varro, Head of Gas, Coal Power Division for the International Energy Agency (IEA) ...

  • Air-Products-Saving

    Innovation leads to savings


    Air Products blazes an innovation trail to cost and energy savings after it commissioned the first station of its kind at ArcelorMittal South Africa’s Newcastle operations.

  • Air Liquide is one of the industry's Tier One major players.

    Franc reelected hydrogen group Chair


    Pierre Etienne Franc, Vice President of Air Liquide advanced Business Technologies, was unanimously re-elected Chair of the Governing Board of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking(FCH JU), a public private partnership conducted by the industry in connection with the Horizon 2020 program.

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    Regional markets: Focus on global update


    Midway through 2014 and the global industrial gases industry is in the midst of a gradually improving business environment. Despite being offset in some areas by external variables such as energy pricing, weather systems and political landscapes, higher underlying volumes appear to be a common theme across the recent financial ...

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    High pressure tube trailers – Driving hydrogen transport forward


    Diana Raine, European Business Manager, Hydrogen Energy Systems at Air Products, discusses why there is a sense of real momentum in the hydrogen transport industry right now – and what role hydrogen tube trailers are playing in this.

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    Trends in compressed gases


    Over the past few decades, gas companies have been developing a number of new gaseous mixtures for a vast array of applications in industries ranging from food to welding through to the medical, refrigerant and electronic ones, to name but a few.

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    Regional markets extra: MATHESON sees opportunities in shale gas boom


    As our global analysis explains this month, of the dynamics that the gases industry can control and capitalise on, there is cause for optimism - the energy boom and the headway in healthcare are two significant trends.

  • Weltec-biopower

    South America chooses green energy


    With the focus of the world on the region due to the FIFA World Cup, WELTEC’s Aguinaldo Ramalho discuses the potential growth for biogas plants in the area.

  • solar panel,photovoltaics

    Students invited to innovation study


    The Solar Decathalon in Europe, which Air Liquide is a partner of, is inviting a group of students from around the world to explore how the sun can be used as the only power source for a house.

  • HyGear-KOGAS-deal

    HyGear signs agreement with KOGAS


    HyGear has signed an agreement with KOGAS to fixate the ambitions to collaborate in the Korean market. The agreement has strategic benefits for both companies.

  • Foster Wheeler

    Foster Wheeler and BOC sign agreement


    The deal involves Foster Wheeler providing BOC with replacement heat exchangers at the company’s Teesport facility in the UK.

  • Hydrogen symbol

    South Korea deal for Hydrogenics


    The company has secured an agreement for a joint venture in the country to create “Kolon Hydrogenics” – which will be focused on power generation.