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    RMI report explores CO2 reduction in China’s steel industry

    2021-10-05T13:43:00Z

    A report released by RMI (Rocky Mountain Institute) that explored the feasibility of the decarbonisation of China’s steel industry revealed that, by reducing demand and switching to low-carbon alternatives, the manufacturing giant could ‘transform’ its steel manufacturing industry.

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    JERA to invest in Philippines CO2 reduction roadmap

    2021-09-28T15:50:00Z

    Japanese energy company JERA is to work with Philippines-based power group Aboitiz Power Corporation (Aboitiz) to explore power projects that utilise ‘new generation’ technologies including liquefied natural gas (LNG)-to-power schemes.

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    Oxford Flow future-proofing valve tech for hydrogen transition and beyond

    2021-09-24T11:34:00Z

    Innovative valve technology manufacturer Oxford Flow likes to make things simple. With its focus on minimising moving parts and improving performance, the young company believes it is set to change the face of the energy, water and industrial sectors.

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    Spotlight on Cornwall for G7 Summit

    2021-06-13T13:39:00Z

    The spotlight has firmly been on Cornwall – the proud home of gas world – as well as the Covid-19 recovery and sustainability as a number of world leaders have convened in person for the first time in two years at the G7 Summit 2021.

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    Zero Petroleum looking for right partners in hydrogen

    2021-06-11T13:36:00Z

    Synthetic petroleum is an age-old science proven in photosynthesis and could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation, and Zero Petroleum is looking for partners in the hydrogen value chain to truly realise its potential, as revealed in an interview with gas world.

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    Why synthetic petroleum could be key to decarbonisation

    2021-06-11T13:33:00Z

    It’s an age-old science proven in photosynthesis and the engineering feats of previous decades – and Zero Petroleum believes synthetic hydrocarbon fuels could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation. Here, gas world explains why…

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    Why synthetic fuels will be future of motorsport

    2021-06-11T13:38:00Z

    Synthetic hydrocarbon fuels ‘will remain a strong part of motor racing’ in the future, not least as the only form of sustainable fuel capable of enabling the same sense of high-octane entertainment and enjoyment that we’re used to.

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    Zero Petroleum: Synthetic fuels in sustainable energy

    2021-06-10T08:09:00Z

    An age-old science proven in photosynthesis and engineering feats of previous decades could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation, as Zero Petroleum Director Paddy Lowe explains in an interview with gasworld.

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    The blue hydrogen paradigm shift

    2021-03-16T10:08:00Z

    The use of blue hydrogen will stimulate progress towards deep decarbonisation in many carbon-intensive sectors. It will also drive investment in integrated blue hydrogen production schemes, explains Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Directory of sbh4 consulting, exclusively for gasworld.

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    Exclusive: An interview with Sunfire GmbH

    2020-06-25T14:47:00Z

    Solid oxide electrolysis, high temperature electrolysis, high efficiency electrolysis – they all mean precisely the same thing. At least, that’s the view of Nils Aldag, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Sunfire in Dresden.

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    Solid oxide electrolysis grows up at CSIRO

    2020-05-04T06:00:00Z

    gas world speaks exclusively to Dr. Ani Kulkarni of Australia’s CSIRO to find out how his team’s R D programme will enable solid oxide electrolysis (SOE) to contribute to decarbonisation of the energy and chemicals sectors.

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    Cause for a new national renewables day?

    2020-03-05T11:13:00Z

    Rob Cockerill reflects on two significant developments in decarbonisation that could arguably bring calls for 2nd March to be a National Renewables Day in the UK.

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    The missing link in the energy transition

    2020-02-28T09:22:00Z

    Ahead of gasworld’s hydrogen-themed March features coming online next week, Frank Wouters, Global Lead for Low-Carbon Hydrogen at Worley, along with Dr. Paul Ebert, Vice-President of New Energy and Networks at Worley, looks at hydrogen’s critical role in the energy transition.

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    Linde to build new hydrogen stations in Korea

    2020-01-29T11:18:00Z

    Linde has signed a 15-year contract with the Korea Expressway Corporation (KEC) to build, own and operate four hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) in Chungnam, South Korea.

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    AFC Energy and HiiROC enter into green hydrogen deal

    2020-01-28T13:13:00Z

    AFC Energy and HiiROC Limited have entered into a binding Heads of Agreement that will see the two companies work together in the production and supply of green hydrogen for fuel cell systems.

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    Four things we learned in 2019

    2019-12-25T06:00:00Z

    gasworld Global Managing Editor shares his thoughts on four things that we learned from the industrial gas year in 2019.

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    Industrial gases in focus at PRC Europe 2019

    2019-05-27T05:00:00Z

    Industrial gases are essential in the refining and petrochemical sectors and vice-versa, with this industry typically making up around 20-25% of industrial gas revenues globally, reflected by the presence of plenty of industrial gas players at the PRC Europe event in Hungary last week.

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    Trends in cylinder technology

    2019-04-01T10:05:00Z

    Compressed industrial gases, fuel gases and refrigerants rely on cylinders for their distribution.  As the world goes green, the trends in cylinder technology are also heading in that direction. Cylinder manufacturers, industrial gas operators and end-users are all equally impacted by these dynamics.

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    Hydrogen’s Holy Grail

    2019-04-01T09:53:00Z

    With the global roll-out of hydrogen refuelling stations gathering pace, the demand for Type I seamless steel cylinders at the stations’ core is growing rapidly.

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    A movement, a responsibility, and a growth driver

    2019-03-28T09:09:00Z

    We are living in a time when mankind is learning most about the effects of its actions on the planet and its inhabitants, when a war is being waged on emissions and the unnecessary products of our existence (think plastic waste), and sustainability is the word of a generation, globally. ...