Gases - North America – Page 14

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    Linde invests $100m in Delaware plant expansion


    Linde LLC will invest over $100m to increase the merchant liquid and gaseous product production capabilities of its industrial gases plant in Delaware, US.

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    Tiger Optics’ device critical in NASA mission


    One of Tiger Optics’ analysing devices has played a critical part in NASA’s latest success of entering Jupiter’s orbit.

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    Praxair expands CO2 capacity in Western US


    Industrial gas giant Praxair, Inc. has acquired a carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) purification and liquefaction plant from CO 2 production and distribution outfit PureCO 2 , LP.

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    Linde and NuMat partnership pursue MOFs


    The Linde Group has announced a “first of its kind” partnership with NuMat Technologies under which the companies will pursue and accelerate commercial applications for NuMat’s innovations in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).

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    ASCO establishes US-based subsidiary


    ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD’s Managing Director Marco Pellegrino revealed earlier this year that the Switzerland-based corporation was “targeting big opportunities in the US,” which has been brought to fruition with the establishment of its new US-based subsidiary.

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    Air Liquide to upgrade Canada ASU


    Air Liquide Canada is to upgrade an air separation unit (ASU) in Hamilton, Ontario in response to greater demand for oxygen, nitrogen, and argon from ArcelorMittal Dofasco and other customers in the region.

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    North American price increase from Air Products


    Effective 1st October (2016), or as contracts permit, Air Products is to increase product pricing and monthly service charges for merchant customers in North America, citing rising costs and continued investment as factors in these changes.

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    The 2016 worldwide helium market


    The worldwide helium market demand in 2016 is about 5.9 billion cubic feet (Bcf) (see Figure 1). This is flat compared to 2015, and a decline of about 100 million cubic feet (mmcf) from five years ago due to demand destruction and global economic weakness.

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    Partnership bringing hybrid airships to Alaska


    UK-based Hybrid Airship owner and operator Straightline Aviation is embarking upon a strategic partnership with PRL Logistics Inc., a leader in remote site logistics, which will see the first helium-buoyed hybrid airships introduced in Alaska.

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    WestAir announces new California locations


    WestAir Gases Equipment, Inc. has announced the opening of two new locations in Fontana and Long Beach, California.

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    MATHESON fined for air quality violations


    MATHESON Tri-Gas, Inc. has agreed to pay $1m to settle air quality violations from its specialty gases facility in Upper Hanover Township, Montgomery County.

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    Air Liquide’s remaining divestments unveiled


    American Air Liquide Holdings, Inc. has made an official application to divest its remaining facilities under necessary Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulations following its $13.4bn takeover of Airgas.

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    CO2 capture pilot project from Linde and BASF a success


    The Linde Group and BASF have successfully completed a joint pilot project to improve the capture of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) from flue gas at a coal fired power plant at the National Carbon Capture Centre (NCCC) in Wilsonville, Alabama.

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    Air Products cuts ribbon on Saskatchewan site


    Tier One corporation Air Products and its subsidiary Air Products Canada Ltd., has held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially inaugurate its 175,000 Nm 3 /h hydrogen (H 2 ) production facility in Saskatchewan.

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    Captured CO2 milestone for Air Products


    Air Products has hit a major milestone after successfully transporting its three millionth metric tonne of captured carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) from its hydrogen (H 2 ) production facility in Port Arthur, Texas.

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    Carbon dioxide in 2016


    The annual global carbon dioxide (CO2) market represents over 20 million metric tons of CO2 consumption in the merchant markets. Captive markets, such as the onsite manufacture of urea, methanol, sodium bicarbonate, and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects account for a significant additional tonnage, beyond the merchant market usage. Sam ...

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    CAIRE revamps portable O2 concentrators


    CAIRE Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chart Industries, has revamped and “made major improvements” to three of its portable oxygen (O 2 ) concentrators following constructive comments from consumers.

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    Praxair price hike affects US customers


    Tier One corporation Praxair is the latest major company in the industry to announce a price hike on its bulk industrial gases.

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    nexAir’s Hydrogen Business – Poised for Growth


    A CryoGas International interview with Memphis-based nexAir, as Steve Atkins, Executive Vice President of Gasesm, shares the company’s current view of the hydrogen market, potential opportunities for growth, and nexAir’s strategy for the future.

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    US Hydrogen Production – 2015


    Ultimately, industrial demand for hydrogen is met via recovery of byproduct hydrogen or on-purpose production of hydrogen. Hydrogen is produced on-purpose by the consuming industry (also known as captive production) and by merchant gas companies. Significant by-product hydrogen is recovered for self-use in the oil refining industry and recovered from ...