In focus...Bulk (LNG) storage and transportation

2018-11-02T10:20:00+00:00By , published in gasworld magazine

Natural gas is the most environmentally sound of all of the fossil fuels, both plentiful and geographically dispersed and in the form of LNG combustion, producing fewer harmful emissions than other fuels like diesel.

Opportunity concept

Distributive LNG: Understanding the opportunity


In the week’s prior to gasworld’s Clean Energies Conference, which included a day dedicated to all things Distributive LNG, we asked not only whether you would be there, but could you afford not to be?

Safety sign

Why the black hole in LNG safety?


The industrial gases business is built upon the Zero Ambition, its absolute commitment to safety. It is a central pillar of the industry; the first and foremost paradigm.


Specialty gases – New applications

2018-11-02T09:28:00+00:00By , published in gasworld magazine, Global Managing Editor

Specialty gases are already the subject of a wide range of applications, the common denominator of which is their guarantee of purity or quality. Here, gasworld looks at some of the markets putting the ‘special’ in specialty gases right now.


Technology underpinning a speedy, secure industrial transformation

2018-11-02T10:37:00+00:00By , published in gasworld magazine

Smart Industry Series, Part 6. An interview with Sue Graham Johnston, President of 128 Technology.


Driver shortage

2018-11-01T16:15:00+00:00By , US Editor

Driver shortage is a problem being felt across the US economy and it is at “near crisis point” in the industrial gases business, according to KAG Merchant Gas’ Vern Ingham.

Telematics and digitisation

A unique approach to software development

2018-11-01T16:12:00+00:00By Agnes H. Baker

A review of the 34th Annual Computers Unlimited Users Group Conference, by Agnes H. Baker.


10 minutes with...Max Kozyrczak

2018-11-01T16:35:00+00:00By Agnes H. Baker

Take 10 minutes out with Max Kozyrczak, Owner/Manager of Cryonova,LLC, as he discusses the company, it’s primary products and whether the irregularity of helium supply had an impact on the business.


Getting off the ground

2018-11-01T17:14:00+00:00By , US Editor

Lockheed Martin’s trucks of the future and HAV’s floating cruise ship are getting closer to reality, writes Nick Parkinson.


Tight helium supply likely to persist

2018-11-01T16:26:00+00:00By Phil Kornbluth

As we approach the end of 2018, it appears likely that the current period of supply shortage that has affected global helium markets for most of this year will likely continue through the end of 2019, if not longer.


Helium’s next big source


Desert Mountain Energy believes Arizona’s Holbrook Basin will become one of the world’s leading sources of helium.

CO2 recovery potential in focas

The 2018 CO2 shortage

2018-10-04T11:26:00+01:00By , Global Managing Editor

Several months on from the European CO2 supply shortage that sent shockwaves through food and beverage markets and the mainstream press alike, and much of the frenzy surrounding this supply chain crisis has long since dissipated.

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