All GW APAC articles – Page 9

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    News

    Air Liquide Japan to build ASU

    2019-05-23T13:55:00Z

    Air Liquide Japan will replace one of the air separation units (ASU) in the Kokubu Plant of Kagoshima Oxiton.

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    News

    Industrial gas market in Vietnam growing stably

    2019-05-22T10:21:00Z

    According to The Gas Review, the gas market in Vietnam has been growing stably for the past few years. Although hard statistics are not available, estimates based on research by The Gas Review show a market scale of YEN 12-16bn for 2018 and an annual growth rate between 6-7%.

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    News

    Air Liquide offers to buy Southern Industrial Gas

    2019-03-25T14:13:00Z

    Air Liquide Malaysia has made an offer to buy SIG Gases’ wholly-owned entity Southern Industrial Gas for RM 226.6m ($55.7m).

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    News

    Linde awarded LEPCC project in Malaysia

    2019-03-07T09:47:00Z

    Linde Engineering North America has been awarded a Licensed, Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (LEPCC) project in Malaysia based on its innovative hydrogen generators using steam methane reforming technology.

  • Air Water plant
    News

    Air Water to construct VSU in Kameyama

    2019-02-13T08:00:00Z

    Air Water Inc., a Japan-based industrial gas company, has revealed plans to install a VSU to generate liquids in Kameyama City, according to the Gas Review.

  • Rangoon-Yangon-Myanmar-map
    News

    Kitajima Sanso builds medical oxygen filling plant

    2019-02-08T09:04:00Z

    Kitajima Sanso, a medical gas distributor, has built a new medical oxygen filling plant in Myanmar. The plant is set to start full-scale production and sales for regional medical institutions from December (2019).

  • Food, peppers, apples, vegetables
    News

    HACCP to be required for food sanitation control

    2018-12-28T09:00:00Z

    The recently revised Food Sanitation Law in Japan requires sanitation control system of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) from all food related companies, according to The Gas Review.

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    News

    LCO2 and dry ice supply crisis

    2018-12-24T09:00:00Z

    After a hot summer, the supply of liquid carbon dioxide and dry ice still remains limited. In addition to regular autumn maintenance turnarounds in succession at the side of supply sources, there was trouble at the West Japan sources this year which lead to no sufficient crude gas being supplied. ...

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    News

    Anticipation and agility in digitisation

    2018-12-05T05:10:00Z

    As part of a panel of speakers here in Kuala Lumpur this morning, I was at the core of discussions surrounding digitisation. It’s a theme I have covered extensively in the last 18 months, though the topic I was tasked with this morning was a perhaps more onerous strand of ...

  • Rob Cockerill - BW v1 Cropped
    News

    Diverse cultures, shared goals, stronger prospects

    2018-12-04T08:23:00Z

    There are so many slightly altered traditions, customs and processes, and yet the way two people or two businesses from across the world go about their daily lives is incredibly similar. The gases industry is inherently the same too, the difference here is the ‘emerging’ status of the region and ...

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    Features

    CCS speeds ahead in China

    2018-12-03T06:00:00Z

    China continues to set the pace in deploying CCS as a vital climate change technology, explains Dr. Xiangshan Ma, Country Manager – China, for the Global CCS Institute.

  • Japan financial market growth
    News

    Iwatani targeting China growth

    2018-11-30T08:00:00Z

     Iwatani’s sales and business scale far exceeded any other Japanese industrial gas company. Sales totalled around ¥50bn in 2017.

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    News

    Downturn reported in Japan semiconductor market

    2018-11-29T08:00:00Z

    The market for semiconductor gas related equipment has been experiencing a rapid downturn since summer 2018, reports The Gas Review.

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    News

    Osaka Gas Liquide builds new CO2 plant

    2018-11-28T08:00:00Z

    Osaka Gas Liquide has established a fully-owned company to produce and sell liquid carbon dioxide (LCO 2 ) and dry ice in Nagaoka City, Niigata. The plant will be the company’s first industrial gas plant outside the Kansai district.

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    News

    Iwatani adds 135-MPa equipment

    2018-11-27T08:00:00Z

    135-MPa testing equipment has been added to hydrogen research facilities at the Iwatani R D (research and development) centre. The aim of this addition is to reduce the construction costs of hydrogen filling stations.

  • Reformation in refrigerants - February 2015
    News

    Chemours-Mitsui launches as new low-GWP refrigerants

    2018-11-26T08:00:00Z

    Chemours-Mitsui is launching new low GWP HFO-based refrigerants, R463A and R454C. The new refrigerants were due to be on sale in October and November.

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    News

    Riken Keiki: “Making business decisions with eyes fixed overseas”

    2018-11-01T11:53:00Z

    Hisayoshi Kobayashi, President of Japanese company Riken Keiki, has strengthened industrial gas detectors and alarms since he assumed his current position and it’s producing results in developing markets overseas.

  • China’s natural CO2 gas fields
    Features

    China's natural CO2 gas fields

    2018-10-01T05:00:00Z

    The State Council of China announced in November 2009 that China was going to reduce the intensity of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions per unit of GDP in  2020 by 40-45% compared with the level of 2005.

  • Dry ice carbon dioxide
    News

    Japan experiences LCO2 shortage

    2018-09-05T15:12:00Z

    According to The Gas Review, the liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO 2 ) and dry ice market in the summer of 2018 is being hit harder than normal by overlapping maintenance schedules, longer periods of scheduled maintenance and a series of plant troubles at raw gas sources.

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    News

    Linde Malaysia to share expertise in hydrogen

    2018-08-28T10:23:00Z

    Linde Malaysia, a member of The Linde Group, will provide technological expertise across the hydrogen (H 2 ) value chain to Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) following the construction of SEB’s pilot H 2 production plant and refuelling station.