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  • Victoria Marquard-Schultz Welding

    10 minutes with… Victoria Marquard-Schultz


    Take 10 minutes out with Victoria Marquard-Schultz, CEO of SuperFlash Compressed Gas Equipment, as she discusses what trends the company is seeing at the moment, the best piece of advice she’s ever received and what’s next for SuperFlash.

  • Hydrogen – September 2014

    The missing link in the energy transition


    Ahead of gasworld’s hydrogen-themed March features coming online next week, Frank Wouters, Global Lead for Low-Carbon Hydrogen at Worley, along with Dr. Paul Ebert, Vice-President of New Energy and Networks at Worley, looks at hydrogen’s critical role in the energy transition.

  • ASCO Carbon Dioxide

    In focus… Dry ice markets and technologies


    Most people, when asked what comes to mind when you mention dry ice, would say a cocktail they recently drank or a Halloween decoration. But beyond the theatrical, dry ice does much more than keep your drinks cold or give off a spooky ambience, it is used in many different ...

  • Art Anderson

    The importance of a digital strategy


    The concept or maybe the value of a digital strategy started becoming more evident over the last 10+ years as some digital capabilities (social media, mobile, e-commerce, IIOT) have scaled and gone mainstream.

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    Compression technology


    One of the top drivers in the compressed gas market in the 2020s is the growth of the cannabis concentrate market, projected to grow at a 17.8% CAGR through 2026, while the cannabis market as a whole is expected to grow by over 30% in the next three years.

  • Jennifer Willis-Jones, Fertiliser Week

    The outlook in ammonia


    Another decade is already upon us and those in the ammonia industry are already talking about a gradual recovery in market prices since several major capacity additions in 2017 and 2018.

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    BCGA 2020 preview


    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 in April.

  • Henrik Lyhne, Pentair Union Engineering

    Dynamics of the CO2 business – then and now


    Recovering carbon dioxide (CO2) from various feedgas sources such as syngas, flue gas or a natural source are well-known technologies, introduced to the market more than 150 years ago.

  • Gary Robson, Sure Purity Ltd

    CO2 sourcing and supply transitions – quality still as critical as ever


    2020, New Year, new decade and exciting times ahead for Sure Purity and the carbon dioxide (CO2) industry.

  • Supercritical CO2

    Supercritical CO2


    Supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) is nothing new, in fact an example of its application dates back to the 1980s with enhanced oil recovery from mature oilfields. But it’s fair to say that sCO2 has been enjoying something of a renaissance in recent years, as its unique properties have come to ...

  • CO2Meter



    Often identified as the ‘leading source’ for gas detection, monitoring and analytical solutions, CO2Meter continues to focus on the development of solutions for customers. Since its incorporation in 2006, CO2Meter works diligently to utilise the latest gas sensing technologies to solve the urgent needs of its partners.

  • WestAir Gases

    Celebrating 50 years of business


    Since its founding in 1970 by Andy and Sue Castiglione, WestAir has rapidly become one of the largest independent distributors of gases, gas equipment and welding supplies in the Southwest US.

  • Canada flags waving at the wind in mountain scenario._1091163974

    The Canada Report


    Canada’s industrial gas market generated revenues of approximately $1.90bn in 2018, with an average annual growth rate of 3.1% for the decade, which compares to the US’ market valuation of around $21.4bn.

  • john buzz campbell talks global supply and demand

    Challenges of acquiring 70,000 tons of liquid argon…


    Maura Garvey has included some information on US argon capacity and supply in her accompanying article ‘Steady growth for the air gases business’.

  • RGB_Acme_ phase separator.

    Steady growth for the air gases business


    Announcements of domestic air separation unit (ASU) and liquefaction builds and expansions for startup through 2023 indicate that the US air gases business has steadily been improving.

  • Art Anderson   AH Anderson Consulting, LLC

    Talent management


    The topic ‘Future of Work’ has become a mainstream talking point over the last 5-7 years, principally driven by the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on the workforce in the not too distant future.

  • gasworld | Gas Mixer for 1-25 Welding Stations Adjustable from 0-50% CO2 in Argon, Model 8500

    Mixing it up


    Onsite gas mixing for welding shield gases continues to grow, according to Thermco Instrument Corporation President Dennis Richardson.

  • nano-purification solutions | GEN2 i4.0 System layout

    Onsite, in demand


    Increasing numbers of high-volume nitrogen users are considering swapping their supply method from cylinders, microbulk or bulk to onsite gas generation as it is claimed to be cheaper than buying from the major gas companies.

  • Arencibia | Arencibia argon recovery system, located at a multi-source site

    Gas recycling, Neighborhood 91


    Arencibia explains its role in an exciting project at Pittsburgh International Airport.

  • liquid oxygen aeration system for a hydroelectric plant in Alabama

    Cleaning up


    Treatment for clean water is one of the macro trends driving business for equipment manufacturing giant Chart Industries in 2020.