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    Rising to the challenge: Fueling the global energy transition


    Hydrogen demand only continues to grow, driving the need for consistent safety standards. A recent report from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) of the US Department of Energy predicted that demand from hydrogen could increase as much as four-fold by 2050, potentially reaching 41 million metric tons per year. ...

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    10 minutes with… Ashley Madray


    gasworld takes 10 minutes out with Ashley Madray, President of Gas Innovations.

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    DST Magnetic Couplings


    Dauermagnet-SystemTechnik (DST) is an international manufacturer of high-performance permanent magnetic couplings with a standard range between 1-1,200 Nm and customized solutions from as low as 0.1 to a max. 25,000 Nm. A comprehensive range of conversion kits for pumps, assemblies for agitator drives and a large selection of canister materials ...

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    US hydrogen swinging from Covid to energy crisis: The 2022 hydrogen report


    US annual hydrogen capacity was approximately 3.7 billion cubic feet per year (Bcf/yr) as of January 2021, 68% of which is used in petroleum processing, according to the US Department of Energy (DOE). This is a growth of 4.5% from the previous year, while the rest of the world declined ...

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    Hyve 1: An ecosystem for hydrogen innovation and application


    The Arizona-California border, between the four major metro markets of Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Diego, will soon be home to perhaps one of the most ambitious hydrogen production and utilization sites in the US, featuring advanced transportation test tracks, a hydrogen research institute, a clean fuel airport, ...

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    Houston’s hydrogen revolution


    Perhaps one of the largest debates in the US hydrogen economy is which state is the capital of hydrogen. Although many states are progressing their individual hydrogen economies, there are two standout performers in the market – Texas and California.

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    In focus…Bulk gas distribution


    The industrial gas supply chain is comprised of several key processes essential for generation, transport, and delivery. As methods of distribution, transport and delivery allow for industrial gases to reach end-users to supplement a range of industries from medicine, fuel, food, and more.

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    Chart Industries acquires Fronti Fabrications


    Chart Industries has today (31st May) expanded its cold box manufacturing capability and capacity, having announced its acquisition of Fronti Fabrications for $20m.

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    South Australia Govt calls for designs of new hydrogen facility


    In the journey towards delivering its Hydrogen Jobs Plan, South Australia’s Malinauskas Labor Government is calling for designs and delivery concepts for the construction of its new hydrogen facility in Whyalla.

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    Green graphene pioneer Levidian joins Hydrogen UK


    UK climate-tech company Levidian is advancing its hydrogen ambitions after becoming a member of Hydrogen UK – a group of businesses focused on the scaling up and adoption of hydrogen across the country.


    Hydrogen: Markets Reimagined


    The ongoing ‘green’ transition has shifted the focus of industry towards more sustainable forms of energy provision, eschewing conventional fossil-based fuels and adopting cleaner alternatives such as green and blue hydrogen.

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    Air Products signs deal for ‘world-scale’ green hydrogen-fuelled ammonia facility in Oman


    Three leading energy companies today signed a joint development agreement (JDA) that will enable a multibillion-dollar investment in a ‘world-scale’ green hydrogen-fuelled ammonia production facility in Oman.

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    Energy deal aims to scale up Oman's CCUS industry


    Two leading Middle East energy companies are collaborating to study the potential for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) in Oman.

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    Air Liquide opens its ‘largest ever’ liquid hydrogen production facility in Las Vegas


    Air Liquide has today (24th May) opened its largest liquid hydrogen production and logistics infrastructure facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada, to serve the growing hydrogen mobility market.

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    Abu Dhabi enters bp project to strengthen UK’s low-carbon industry


    Two of Abu Dhabi’s largest energy companies have joined bp’s Teesside-based low-carbon hydrogen production projects, helping to bring fresh investment into UK hydrogen.

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    Linde extends Austrian gas supply deal


    An industrial gas supply agreement between Linde plc (Linde) and Austrian steel production company voestalpine AG (voestalpine) has been extended for another ten years.

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    Topsoe advances energy transition with ‘world’s largest’ electrolyser project


    In the race to secure a green future for global industry, decarbonisation technology specialist Topsoe is planning to construct what will be the world’s largest and most advanced industrial scale electrolyser production plant.

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    NSHD expands global reach with new Peru HyCO project


    Nippon Sanso Holdings Corporation (NSHD) is increasing the scope of its industrial gas supply operations following a deal signed between Matheson Global HYCO Peru Srl – group company of NSHD’s US operating company, Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc. (Matheson) - and Petroleos del Peru (PetroPeru), the Peruvian National Oil Company.

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    Air Liquide hits net zero milestone


    A milestone in its journey to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, Air Liquide has seen its Scope 1 & 2 carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reduction target approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).

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    EU releases plan to reduce reliance on Russian energy


    The European Commission has unveiled its strategy to end the EU’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels, in turn accelerating the green energy transition.