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    US CO2 shortage: Strains set to continue throughout the coming months


    Tightening in supply or supply shortages of carbon dioxide (CO2) are continuing to hit businesses across the US, with strains set to continue throughout the coming months.

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    10 minutes with… Tim Rynott


    Take 10 minutes out with Tim Rynott, CEO of Four Corners Helium

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    US CO2 shortage: More plant closures set to impact supply in the coming weeks


    “I believe this is going to be a challenging summer/fall. CO2 demand continues to outpace the capacity being added and the current outages are only adding to that stress,” that’s what Ned Lane, CEO of CK Supply, told gasworld earlier this week in relation to the ongoing CO2 shortage in ...

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    High-grade, low-cost helium for the US market


    Blue Star Helium tells gasworld US Edition about the development of its Las Animas helium prospects in Colorado.

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    Tex-Air Gas: The time for change has come


    gasworld sits down with Joe Prowell, President of Tex-Air Gas.

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    Right place, right time


    Andrew Davidson, President and CEO of Royal Helium, sits down with gasworld to discuss its prime position in Saskatchewan, the Imperial Helium acquisition and its future plans.

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    Semiconductors to party balloons


    Andy Evans, Manager of Business Development and Marketing at FIBA Technologies, highlights the importance of impeccable helium transportation solutions amidst rising demands from global markets.

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    Inside Saskatchewan’s helium action plan


    Jim Reiter, Minister of Energy and Resources for the Saskatchewan Government, sits down with gasworld to discuss the province’s ambition to become a world-leading helium exporter for a more stable market

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    Seven decades driving gas analysis: Servomex at 70


    “We’ve got some really exciting things on the horizon. I can’t say too much but we’re really looking forward to the next few months and some game-changing technology,” explains Servomex President Andy Cowan, in an exclusive interview with gasworld’s Rob Cockerill to mark the company’s 70th anniversary.

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    10 minutes with…Eric Streel (Orthodyne)


    Take 10 minutes out with Eric Streel, Managing Director of Orthodyne, as he discusses what’s new with Orthodyne and trends in gas analysis.

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    An interview with Luxfer Gas Cylinders


    Howard Mead, Vice-President and General Manager of Luxfer Gas Cylinders, sits down with gasworld to discuss the company’s North American growth across the gas storage industry and provide an outlook on the next five years. 

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    A new era for Catalina Cylinders…


    Almost one year ago, at the time of publication, California-based Catalina Cylinders had its business turned upside down, when one of its aluminum dust collectors spontaneously detonated and caused a dozen small fires to blaze throughout its Catalina West facility – a day which will never be forgotten by those ...

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    A noble move


    Colleen Kohler, CEO of Noble Gas Solutions, discusses Air Water’s acquisition of the New York-based distributor and business optimization.

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    10 minutes with… Bud Allen


    gasworld takes 10 minutes with Bud Allen, Vice-President of Marketing at Kaplan Industries

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    Building a bright workforce


    Cyl-Tec shines a light on its all-new training center as it looks to support labor shortages and build a brighter future for industry

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    Commerce, content, connectivity and communication: The four C’s of B2B e-commerce explored on gasworld TV


    The world we live in today is arguably more connected than ever. It goes without saying that the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) really changed how businesses and consumers operate, as the shift to the digital world became very apparent. This desire for digital, however, still remains very strong, despite the re-opening ...

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    Preview: 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 utilisation sites in the US, featuring advanced transportation test tracks, a hydrogen research institute, a clean fuel airport, ...

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    North America’s time for hydrogen, and what this means for the distributors


    There’s no denying it, the hype for hydrogen is growing by the day and is almost definitely here to stay. In 2021 alone, total hydrogen production in the US was approximately 30,000 tons per day, approximately 11 million tons per annum, and this is only set to grow. That, at ...

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    Building a liquid hydrogen revolution with groundbreaking innovations


    Hydrogen could well be the buzz word of the industrial gas market right now. Arguably one of the fastest-growing segments, the hydrogen business is seeing both new and existing players make solo and collaborative moves to meet the ever-increasing demands being witnessed in the global market.

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    Doubling capacity and revenue: PDC Machines’ rapid growth in the hydrogen space


    Material price increases and labor shortages are not stopping PDC Machines from achieving exceptional growth in the hydrogen space. Despite seeing material costs inflate by as much as 85%, the Philadelphia-based firm is still expecting to double its revenue this year, and then double that again in 2023.