All GW APAC articles – Page 8

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    Iwatani Korea: Expanding business for electronics


    According to The Gas Review, the main business of Iwatani’s local subsidiary in South Korea is expanding.

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    CO2 market: Tension continues this summer


    This summer, the liquefied carbon dioxide and dry ice markets again suffered from a lack of balance between supply and demand, The Gas Review reports.

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    gasreport: South East Asia - Malaysia


    Within the 2018-2023 timeframe, gas world business intelligence predict growth from 4.3% p.a. in a low scenario to 4.8% p.a. in a high scenario. Accordingly, the industry in Malaysia is expected to achieve revenues of between $781m to $797m by 2023.

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    Measuring medical gases


    Charles Segar, Product Manager, Industrial Trace Analysers at Servomex, examines the most effective gas analysis technology solutions available for the medical gas market.

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    Specialty gases in China


    As a result of the Zhongxin issue, the Huawei issue, and the recent trade wars, not only is China’s central government urging the semiconductor industry to expedite the advancement of domestic chip manufacture, the country’s specialty gas industry is also calling for an acceleration of domestic specialty and electronics gas ...

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    10 minutes with… Yann-Gaël Montador


    Take 10 minutes out with Yann-Gaël Montador, Sales and Business Development Director at Rotarex Fareast, as he discusses what’s hot in the industry, what accomplishment he’s really proud of and what the future holds for valves.

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    Hydrogen: Why investments are a sign of the times


    The news of Linde’s soon-to-be-acquired 20% stake in ITM Power is a very interesting investment indeed, writes Rob Cockerill.

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    Connecting the world with telemetry


    Telemetry is a hot topic these days and a reflection of the booming IOT (Internet of Things) world taking place across all industries. As device manufacturing costs continue to decline, and data communication methods become more reliable and ubiquitous, telemetry devices are finding their way onto an increasing variety of ...

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    In focus… Cryogenic tanks and trailers


    Cryogenic tanks and trailers are used to store and transport liquefied gases such as liquid oxygen, LNG and liquid nitrogen at high pressures and low temperatures.

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    Regional markets: Focus on Pacific Rim


    When we profiled the North Pacific industrial gases business last year, we noted how in 2018 the region had for the first time in history eclipsed the size of the European market to become the second-largest industrial gas market in the world, at a value of almost $20bn.

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    Going digital down under


    Case studies in digitising industrial and medical gases, by Stephen B. Harrison.

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    Air Water unveils new plan


    Air Water has established a medium-term management plan that runs through to the end of full year 2021, The Gas Review reports.

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    The hydrogen economy in China


    Further to my previous article focused on hydrogen mobility in China and the bold ambitions that the country has in this regard, here we look at other areas of the development of the hydrogen economy in China.

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    Linde launches new ASU in central Malaysia


    Linde Malaysia has today started up a new air separation unit (ASU) in central Malaysia.

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    CI Malaysia


    Engineering and manufacturing company ACD has been providing cryogenic equipment solutions for more than 60 years. The company began in the early 1950s as an off-shoot of Aerojet General in Southern California (US)  manufacturing cryogenic pumps for oxygen.

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    LNG in China


    Records of the General Administration of Customs of the People’s Republic of China (GACC) show that in 2018, China imported 53.78 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) – an increase of 41.2% from 2017. Futhermore, this figure represents 59.5% of the total amount of 90.39 million tonnes of natural ...

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    Kitajima Sanso opens medical oxygen filling plant


    Kitajima Sanso has held an opening ceremony for the local subsidiary Kitajima and a medical oxygen filling plant on the site of Kitajima in Yangon City, reports The Gas Review.

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    Increased H2 infrastructure for Japan


    At the end of 2018, Japan had 100 commercial hydrogen filling stations and just under 3,000 fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) on the roads, reports The Gas Review.

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    Balance in supply and demand of argon


    According to The Gas Review, the current supply and demand of argon is keeping a delicate balance.

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    TNSC begins operations at gas liquefaction plant


    Taiyo Nippon Sanso has established the first gas liquefaction plant in Myanmar. The opening ceremonies for the plant were held on 21 st January (2019).