The commercial industrial gases business in New Zealand achieved estimated revenues of approximately $165m in 2016. This is up from $115m in 2006, indicating an average annual growth rate of 3.6%.
The commercial industrial gases market in the Philippines estimated to have generated revenues of $300 million in 2016. This is up from $110 million in 2006, indicating an impressive average annual growth rate of 11% for the decade.
The Taiwanese commercial gases market generated estimated revues of $1.17bn in 2016. This is up from $680m in 2006, indicating and average annual growth rate of 5.6% over the past decade.
On this day in three weeks time, the entire Day 2 of the gasworld Clean Energies Conference will be devoted to Distributive LNG.
Just four weeks from now, and key stakeholders in the hydrogen business will be gathered together under the same roof at the Beurs Van Berlage hotel in Amsterdam to discuss the evolution – and future needs – of the hydrogen economy.
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. But is it possible that something of a black hole exists in distributive LNG safety?