Gases - North America – Page 11

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    Air Products plays part in biomass H2 production facility


    Air Products is part of a consortium that took part in the inaugural ceremony of the Shikaoi Hydrogen (H2) Farm, a H2 production supply facility derived from livestock biomass waste located in Hokkaido, Japan.

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    Praxair contracted to supply hydrogen to fuels refiner


    Praxair, Inc. has signed a long-term contract to supply hydrogen (H 2 ) to Marathon Petroleum Corporation’s refinery in Garyville, Louisiana. The company will use the H 2 to support an ultra-low-sulfer diesel project planned for 2018.

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    SimpleFuel wins the $1m H2 Refuel H-Prize


    A consortium team of technology innovators comprised of PDC Machines, Ivys Energy Solutions and McPhy North America who make up Simplefuel TM , have been awarded by the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Fuel Cell Technologies Office and the Hydrogen Education Foundation as the winner of the $1m H 2 ...

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    Funding for H2 solutions in manufacturing


    The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) is issuing Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) to support early-stage, innovative technologies and solutions, including approaches to cost‐effective hydrogen (H 2 ) use in manufacturing.

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    MagneGas expands into commercial CO2 market


    MagneGas® Corporation, a leading clean technology company in the renewable resources and environmental solutions industries, has announced that it has expanded its product offering to include the commercial sale of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) in Florida.

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    Basalt could be the latest CCS solution


    Scientists are increasingly interested in flood basalts as potential sites for the permanent underground storage of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ).

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    Hot topic: Liquid cylinders


    It’s a brand new year with brand new savings to be made in the bulk liquid market of cryogenic gases, as a study shows that a quiet yet unsettling depletion trend has been infiltrating the cryogenic distribution chain.

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    Non-conventional helium sourcing


    Helium in the US has historically been produced as a by-product of natural gas or from large reserves of methane and carbon dioxide (CO2). The tight global helium supply situation of 2012/13, together with the declining US helium reserves, caused helium prices to increase substantially.

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    The ‘Trumpian’ era – What this political shift might mean


    Arguably the biggest story of 2016 was the shock election of Republican candidate Donald Trump to US President, over Democrat rival Hillary Clinton. A hard-fought and often bitter race to the White House was won in November, and culminates in the official transition to President on 20th January.

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    A look ahead


    Each January we take a look at the trends that we believe will impact the markets for industrial, medical, and specialty gases and their related technology and equipment providers. Here, Agnes H. Baker looks ahead to what 2017 might have in store.

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    10 minutes with...Tom Bennett


    Take 10 minutes out with Tom Bennett, President of Cyl-Tec, Inc., as he discusses being named President and taking over the helm of a family business.

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    US air gases market report


    The slowly improving economic landscape has led to an increase in demand for oxygen, nitrogen, and argon across various sectors, but especially along the US Gulf Coast where large volumes of gases are required by the chemicals industry.

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    Norris Cylinder Company


    Norris Cylinder Company traces its lineage back to 1930 when company founder Kenneth T. Norris sold his home for $23,000 and opened Norris Stamping and Manufacturing Company. Shortly after, the metal-working enterprise conceived by Norris won a contract with US Spring and Bumper Co. to build the bumper parts for ...

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    Linde reveals location of $40m ASU


    Linde LLC has revealed the location of its new, large-scale air separation unit (ASU).

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    Air Liquide commissions world’s largest H2 storage facility


    Tier One corporation Air Liquide has commissioned the largest hydrogen (H 2 ) storage facility in the world; an underground cavern in Beaumont, Texas.

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    The industrial gas world in 2017 – Part 1


    As 2016 draws to a close, gasworld looks ahead at what projects, plants and developments we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2017. Here you can find gas world’s edited highlights, from the Americas region.

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    The industrial gas year: 2016


    Back in April 2015, gas world posed the question, could there be room for one more big deal within the global industrial gases industry?

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    DOE loans $2bn to Lake Charles for carbon capture technology


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has offered a conditional commitment to guarantee loans of up to $2bn to Lake Charles Methanol, LLC to construct the world’s first methanol production facility to employ carbon (CO 2 ) capture technology in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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    Parker launches nitrogen generator


    Parker’s Gas Separation and Filtration Division is pleased to introduce a new NITROSource range of nitrogen generators for North and South America.

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    Praxair starts up Delaware CO2 plant


    Praxair started up its carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) purification and liquefaction plant at Delaware City Refining Company’s facility in Delaware City