Green hydrogen is likely to get a significant boost it as part of a €750bn EU recovery package, writes Stephen B. Harrison in an exclusive thought leadership column for gasworld.
Uniper’s Roland Kuchler describes the view from Singapore and why the Covid-19 pandemic should change our view going forward, on so many levels.
The decision of centralisation vs decentralisation of functional resources has been a regular evaluation by small and large businesses for decades. No company is fully centralised or decentralised, instead there are varying degrees of both.
What do I need to do to protect my gas chromatograph files… before the FDA inspection?
There are many actions in place around the world right now to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. The idea is to flatten the curve of the infection rate and limit the impact of the potentially fatal Covid-19 illness that it causes. As with Covid-19, we also need to ...
In the past five days we have seen headlines that oxygen is in short supply across Europe and the US. Unlike the carbon dioxide shortage two years ago, this would, if true, have significantly more consequences and would be a matter of literally life or death!
The effects on the carbon dioxide (CO2) industry caused by the Covid-19 outbreak are dramatic, writes gasworld Editorial Advisory Board member Sam A. Rushing.
If you asked six people to define ‘culture’ you would get several different answers, especially today. Is it the mission? Or how people dress for work? Or is the values behind the culture?
Global helium markets have been impacted by Covid-19 in several ways, writes Phil Kornbluth as the first instalment of insights and thought leadership from gasworld’s Editorial Advisory Board.
As a huge biomethane refuelling station (Europe’s largest) connects into Cadent’s network, Cadent’s Sustainable Transport Strategy Manager David Jones explains here why it’s such an important step on the road to net zero.
As businesses and leaders, the time is now to trust, empower and embolden our people, and to unlock and leverage the innovative technologies available to us, writes Rob Cockerill.