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    Helium lifts the SuperTower

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    We all recognize the value of high-speed internet access to economic opportunity, job creation, education, and civic engagement. According to the UN, close to half of the world’s population still lacks a reliable connection to the internet. 

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    MRI in good health, despite helium shortage

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    Cryofab is busy serving the needs of MRI market, and beyond.

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    Valves to prevent a leak

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    Gaseous helium is one of the most elusive and hard to contain gases on the planet. As the second lightest gas next to hydrogen, it has many industrial uses and is of critical importance as a process gas. Gaseous helium requires robust and tight-sealing valves and fittings in order to ...

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    Helium supply reliability comes at a price

    2019-11-01T06:00:00Z

    Helium supply has fluctuated from a slight surplus when the large Qatar 2 production came fully onstream in 2014, to in-balance with the supply disruption of the Qatar blockage in June 2017, to tight supply beginning spring 2018.

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    The West Coast report

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    There has been quite a bit of activity in the West Coast region, which reached revenues of just over $3.73bn in 2018, up from $2.17bn in 2008 with an average annual growth rate of 6% p.a for the decade.

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    North American Helium

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    Based in Calgary, Alberta, North American Helium currently controls over 3.1 million acres of helium mineral rights in North America. The helium exploration and production company was founded in 2013 by its CEO, Nicholas Snyder, on the belief that grassroots helium exploration is essential in North America.

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    I never knew we did that!

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    One of my young sales reps approached me some years ago about a large opportunity he had just discovered that involved a major account. This rep had become a trusted consultant to the repair shop superintendent at a major national brewery.

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    Natural gas odorisation with sulfur compounds

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    An insight into speciation of odorants with gas chromatography (GC) technology, from Chromatotec.

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    2020 Vision

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    gasworld News Journalist Molly Burgess speaks to Abydee Butler Moore to discuss her new tenure as GAWDA President. 

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    Keen celebrates centenary

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    In 1919, when Stanley Keen started out his small business in Wilmington, Delaware he probably never envisioned it growing into the establishment it is today.

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    Eight years of FSMA

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    The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed into law on January 4, 2011. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration), an agency within the US Department of Health and Human Services, was given more authority to regulate food production, distribution and recalls. 

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    Marie Ffolkes: A catalyst for change

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    In nearly 30 years of business at four different companies, Marie Ffolkes has learnt to adapt – especially in today’s market where things change so rapidly.

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    Trends in CO2 refrigeration

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    The global equipment market for industrial refrigeration systems is growing at rate of 4.78% a year. It is expected to reach $24.48bn by 2024, up from $18.49bn in 2018, according to MarketsandMarkets™.

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    The role of CO2 in the food and beverage industry

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    Carbon dioxide (CO2) applied in the food and beverage industries is among the major consuming sectors of the merchant industry. In the developed markets, such as the US, Europe, and Japan, the application in food processing and preservation often holds a prominent place among merchant usage in many regions and ...

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    Burst bubble?

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    Distributors are still doing good business from microbreweries, but some areas are seeing a slowdown, writes US Editor Nick Parkinson.

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    Craft brewery trends in Minnesota

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    How Toll Gas serves Surly Brewing Company, By Toll Gas Company’s Thea Bunde and Michelle Michaud. 

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    Sustainable brewing

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    Benefits of Pentair’s Beer Membrane Filtration technology, CO2mpactBrew and ECO2Brew. 

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    When CO2 supply reliability matters

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    How to improve the food industry supply chain, By Chris Ebeling, Executive Vice-President Sales Marketing, US Bulk at Messer. 

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    High quality, more consistent CO2

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    How TOMCO2 has adapted to the rise of craft breweries and serves the market, by Molly Burgess. 

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    Improving beer dispensing

    2019-10-01T05:00:00Z

    How McDantim tested its new regulator before bringing it to market.