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    Global CCS welcomes European Green Deal


    The Global CCS Institute has welcomed the European Green Deal which highlights the important role of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) as a breakthrough technology in helping achieve a climate neutral Europe by 2050.

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    CCS and CCU technologies gain momentum


    Carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) have been acknowledged as breakthrough technologies which should be fostered in a reviewed energy framework.

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    2019 in Review: Air Liquide


    Air Liquide has been at the forefront of many hydrogen-related headlines this year and in this latest instalment of gasworld’s 2019 in Review Series, Pierre-Etienne Franc details highlights from the past 12 months.

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    New material discovered for carbon capture


    A new material for capturing carbon dioxide has been discovered as a result from a joint research study by scientists at Chalmers University of Technology and Stockholm University.

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    Booking open for 2020 BCGA conference


    The helium market, dry ice applications and dangerous goods are just three of the topics set to be discussed at the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) annual conference next year – which is now open for bookings.

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    gAvilar unveils new gas measurement system


    gAvilar, a Netherlands-based gas control equipment specialist, has developed a new total energy measurement system for gas mixtures, the gFlow1500.

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    Cavagna establishes Academy


    The Cavagna Group has established an in-house centre devoted entirely to professional training – The Cavagna Group Academy.

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    2019 in Review: Wystrach


    Proud to launch a new product to the market next year, Wystrach CEO Wolfgang Wolter is excited to tell gas world about the company’s 2020 plans, as well as looking back on the previous 12 months, in the latest instalment of our 2019 in Review Series.

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    Ervia and Equinor sign MOU


    Ervia, a multi-utility company in Ireland has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with multinational energy company Equinor,

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    Sauer Compressors and TMC Compressors partner


    Sauer Compressors and TMC Compressors of the Seas have entered into a strategic partnership to develop compressor solutions for global shipping and offshore applications.

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    Air Liquide commits to sustainable growth


    Air Liquide has announced plans to reduce the carbon intensity of its activities and work with customers towards a sustainable industry and contribute to the development of a low carbon society.

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    Messer joins DEMO200 project


    Family-run industrial gases company Messer has joined the DEMO200 project, a project working to develop a superconducting high-current busbar.

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    Major companies join Dutch carbon capture project


    Project Porthos has signed an agreement with Air Liquide, Air Products, ExxonMobil and Shell to collectively work on preparations for the capture, transport and storage of carbon dioxide in Rotterdam.

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    BCGA announces new CEO


    After 14 years at the helm of the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA), CEO Doug Thornton is retiring and will be replaced by Ellen Daniels, the national trade body announced today.

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    Cutting World 2020


    The German Cutting Congress and Cutting World will both take place between 28 th -30 th April (2020) at Messe Essen in Germany.

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    2019 in Review: Messer


    Ernst Bode, Chief Operating Officer at Messer, reflects on 2019 and tells gas world’s Senior News Journalist Joanna Sampson that the Messer’s return to the American market was “ not only the biggest highlight of the year” for the company, but the “biggest highlight of the decade”.

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    SCCS wins funding


    Scientists from across the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) partnership have won a combined European funding total of €14.6m for five three-year projects.

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    Exclusive: Flexibility and adaptability the key


    When Rudolf Ehrenfried Buse set up a bag factory in Germany in 1875, he became fascinated by what we know today as natural gas and carbon dioxide (CO2) that seeped from the soil in the area surrounding it.

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    Scotland’s carbon reduction ambitions move forward


    A new alliance of industry, academics and government will today officially launch a programme to deliver industrial decarbonisation in Scotland through the deployment of the UK’s first carbon capture, usage and storage technology.

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    Baleària, CMC Cerezuela and ESK test innovative high-speed LNG bunkering


    Spanish shipping company Baleària, CMC Cerezuela and ESK have tested an innovative high-speed LNG bunkering at a speed six times higher than the usual average.