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    The compression challenge


    Calvera explains how it is taking hydrogen from end-to-end in Europe and beyond, leveraging its historic experience in hydrogen distribution with new expertise in compression technologies and hydrogen refuelling stations. By Rob Cockerill.

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    In focus…Underground hydrogen storage


    Energy efficiency, economics, and commercial deployment, as explained by sbh4 Consulting’s Stephen B. Harrison.

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    Gasification of waste and biomass to hydrogen


    Decentralised, low-carbon intensity hydrogen production, explained by Stephen B. Harrison, sbh4 Consulting.

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    The outlook in green hydrogen


    The world is on the move. The turbulence in the energy markets, with a sharp rise in the price of coal, gas and oil, is the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age. At COP26 in Glasgow, it became abundantly clear that, in addition to renewable energies, green ...

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    The benchmark


    What future for merchant hydrogen and what can the hydrogen economy learn from it? Here in this exclusive feature for gasworld, hydrogen pioneer Rommel Oates explains all.

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    BCGA Annual Conference 2022


    Next month sees the return of the BCGA Annual Conference, on the ground and in-person in Manchester. Here, gasworld previews the event as it nears.

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    Reflecting on a year of change


    Looking to the future for BCGA in 2022, by Ellen Daniels, CEO of the BCGA.

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    Natural gas pricing and hydrogen


    H2 View’s George Heynes explores the sustained high natural gas prices and what impact, positive or negative, this might have on the hydrogen (energy) transition.

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    Double vision


    Acme Cryogenics Inc. and RegO, two of this industry’s most recognizable cryogenic equipment companies, both believe its customers will benefit from advanced development of its products following their recent acquisition by Dover.

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    Cold chain solutions for life science segment


    TOMCO2 Systems is launching phasetwo Cold Chain Solutions this year to provide the equipment necessary for laboratories, pharmaceuticals, universities, and research centers globally.

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    Invaluable valves, part 2


    Valves are used all along the industrial gas and cryogenic gas supply chains – from production and transportation to trans-fill operations into storage containers. Three categories of valves used are: 1) valves that isolate product flow; 2) valves that control the flow of a gas or liquid, and 3) valves ...

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    Raise a glass to the new cryo markets


    Despite various factors affecting carbon dioxide (CO2) availability, the expanding brewing and cannabis sectors are still managing to obtain supplies. As Sam Fatoohi, of telemetry maker Pulsa, was recently quoted when addressing the availability of CO2: “It appears that folks who need it can get it.” But that doesn’t mean ...

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    If you drive less than ten minutes down the road from NASA Johnson Space Center, you would quickly appreciate the amount of businesses which support the aerospace industry and related technologies that are imperative within the market. One of these businesses is Ad Astra Rocket Company, located about 20 miles ...

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    Finding a competitive edge


    Ratermann Manufacturing recently opened its first cryogenics focused location, strategically located in Houston, Texas. The past year has presented a number of interesting challenges and many companies across the globe have focused on streamlining their product choices and optimizing supply chain. As the world returns to the “new normal” as ...

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    Liquefaction expertise creates opportunities


    A year after its acquisition by giant cryogenic equipment manufacturer Chart Industries, Inc., Allentown-based Cryo Technologies sat down with gasworld US to talk through what the deal means for both companies.

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    Warning: arriving late to e-commerce will cost you


    At the conclusion of GAWDA’s 2021 Annual Convention, the Association presented its most prestigious Award of Excellence to Ken Thompson, a 60-year veteran in the packaged gases industry. gasworld US caught up with Ken to ask him to reflect on the most meaningful disruptive changes he recalls, and what challenges ...

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    Coming up for Air


    From semiconductors to steal and even molecules, the world has been dealing with pandemic-related product shortages for nearly two years now but for Absolute Air the end is in sight.

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    Industry battles supply chain challenges


    More than 60% of respondents to the latest Baird/gasworld Survey reported a significant supply chain disruption in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2021.

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    PurityPlus Annual Meeting recap


    The IWDC’s annual PurityPlus Meeting hosted a record number of PurityPlus and IWDC members, industry experts, and vendor partners at the Gila River Resorts and Casinos in Chandler, Arizona in January.

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    Plant builds pick up as industry moves forward


    Two years into dealing with the global coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and the subsequent effect on the US economy and business markets, air gases – the bread and butter of the US industrial gas business – has been impacted in some markets more than others by supply chain and labor issues.