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    A-Gas expands into Canada

    2019-06-03T14:05:00Z

    Ken Logan explains the company’s strategy for North America to News Journalist Molly Burgess.

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    GAWDA 2019 Seven Springs preview

    2019-06-03T13:58:00Z

    The Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) will return to the Seven Springs Mountain Resort near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on 17th-19th June (2019) to host the annual Seven Springs event.

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    Maine Oxy celebrates 90 years

    2019-06-03T13:57:00Z

    Founded in 1929 in Auburn as Maine Gas Services, Maine Oxy has been supplying industrial gases, specialty gases and welding materials for 90 years.

  • ABB | Magnos Microwing mounting
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    An introduction to...Digital oxygen measurement

    2019-06-03T13:54:00Z

    Experts at the Swiss instrumentation and process automation expert ABB are breathing new life into an established technology to measure the most traditional of all industrial   gases: oxygen.

  • Telemetry and telematics
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    Ever evolving – Telemetry and telematics

    2019-06-03T13:51:00Z

    New – Smart Series! Telemetry has been used for decades across various industries and applications, but with technologies advancing and the rise of state-of-the-art telematics too, the landscape is shifting in industrial gas telemetry and telematics.

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    In focus...Gas analysis technologies

    2019-06-03T13:43:00Z

    In this month’s In Focus…  from Joanna Sampson, we take a closer look at four particular gas analysis and control technologies – cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CRDS), off-axis integrated cavity output spectroscopy (OA-ICOS), paramagnetic and zirconia.

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    Under control – Trends in valves and regulators

    2019-06-03T13:28:00Z

    As with the wider gases industry, there is no one single trend in the industrial gas valves business right now, rather a set of overarching megatrends that are shaping growth in this business. These range from healthcare and homecare to hydrogen and clean fuels, all of which encompass digitisation in-between. ...

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    Detecting danger

    2019-06-03T13:23:00Z

    It is a sad fact that mining is one of the more dangerous civilian professions that has existed since the onset of industrialisation. However, the good news is that great strides are being taken to improve the safety of miners all around the world.

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    Gas chromatography enabling fair trade in LNG

    2019-06-03T13:18:00Z

    A primary function of the FLNG facility is to separate and liquefy the hydrocarbons into LNG, natural gas liquids (NGL) and condensate. As with many process operations, the first step is to quantify the task in hand, namely gas analysis, writes Stephen B. Harrison.

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    Valves 4.0 – An interview with WITT

    2019-06-03T13:12:00Z

    In an interview with gasworld, WITT’s Andrew Smart describes the acceleration in ‘Valves 4.0’ and how this is simply the latest challenge in innovation. By Rob Cockerill.

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    Shifts in shares and sources

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    Within the US merchant carbon dioxide (CO2) market, changes to patterns in CO2 sourcing and changes in demand regionally, continued to reshape the business in 2019 as they have over the past decade.

  • GTI’s $122m supercritical CO2 project gathers pace
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    Making the STEP up

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    GTI, a non-profit technology organization based in Illinois, is gearing up for a defining phase in its $122m Supercritical Transformational Electric Power (STEP) pilot plant, which is known as STEP Demo.

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    Optimizing resources, enhancing service

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    Anova, the new name and look for DataOnline and its three wholly-owned businesses, has set out a three-point business strategy following its rebranding.

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    An innovative way to move molecules more efficiently

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    What do you do when you see an inefficient operation? If you are Dan Schneider, Mike Schutte, and Brett Schutte, you invent a better system and then develop an entire company around it.

  • What’s hot in dry ice
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    What’s hot in dry ice?

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    An insight into dry ice cleaning and recycled CO2 with ASCO Carbon Dioxide Inc. and Cold Jet.

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    NET Power: Going clean

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    NET Power closes in on commercializing its answer to zero-emissions electricity production.

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    Carbon dioxide viewed in a green light

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    Thinking in terms of carbon dioxide and ‘green’ chemistry and usage is somewhat of an oxymoron, given CO2 is the most plentiful greenhouse gas around.

  • Developing technology for a carbon-neutral world
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    Developing technology for a carbon-neutral world

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    Writing for the journal Science (sciencemag.org) in 2009, Professor David W. Keith observed: “Over the long run, the ability to remove CO2 from the air should be viewed as an essential tool in our kit for managing carbon-climate risks. We therefore need, at the minimum, a serious long-term exploratory research ...

  • Global Thermostat | How Global Thermostat’s patented  DAC technology works
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    Decarbonized capitalism

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    Global Thermostat CEO Dr Graciela Chichilnisky on scaling up and lowering cost of DAC systems.

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    Messer: Coming to America

    2019-05-06T06:00:00Z

    In an interview with US Editor Nick Parkinson, Messer Americas President and CEO Jens Luehring says Messer Americas will stand out from the other majors for its fast decision-making and entrepreneurialism.