All Japan articles – Page 12

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    First CCS demonstration project in Japan starts up


    Japan CCS (JCCS), a carbon capture and storage (CCS) investigation company headquartered in Tokyo, has been finalising the commercialisation of its technology for the separation, capture, transportation and underground storage of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), as well as R D and trials.

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    Iwatani inaugurates new cylinder filling station


    Iwatani Corporation has held an inauguration ceremony to mark the official completion of its newly integrated cylinder filling station – the Iwatani Amagasaki Gas Centre.

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    TNSC develops cooling neon-based turbo refrigerator


    Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has developed a turbo-Brayton refrigerator, termed the NeoKelvin®-Turbo 10kW, which can cool high-temperature superconducting power applications at -200ºC by using neon (Ne) gas as the working fluid.

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    Toshiba unveils largest electrolysis H2 system


    Toshiba Corporation, a multinational Japanese conglomerate, has unveiled Japan’s largest alkaline water electrolysis hydrogen (H 2 ) production system.

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    Popularity of CA shipping on the rise in Japan


    The number of nitrogen (N 2 ) filled containers sailing across the Pacific Ocean has increased recently, with the sustainability of fresh fruit and vegetables during shipping processes becoming a hot topic in Japan.

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    H2 inhalation research shows promise in Japanese hospitals


    Clinical research for ‘hydrogen inhalation therapy’ in more than 10 hospitals across Japan has proved it can help patients who have suffered from cardiac arrests.

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    Air Products brings first H2 station on-stream in Japan


    Tier One player, Air Products, has successfully brought its first retail hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station on-stream in Tokyo, Japan.

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    Iwatani’s H2 infrastructure development continues


    Japanese industrial gas company, Iwatani Corporation, has completed yet another hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station as part of its plan to rollout a comprehensive H 2 infrastructure in the North Pacific rim country.

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    Air Water reports flat financials despite economy woes


    Air Water Inc. has released its full-year financials, ending on 31 st March 2016, in which the corporation managed to stay afloat amid the current economic slowdown in China.

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    Hydrogen infrastructure behind schedule in Japan


    According to The Gas Review, only 36 commercial hydrogen (H 2 ) stations had been opened in Japan at the end of January, despite originally indicating that the figure would stand at 81.

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    Remote ASU plant monitoring system from Air Water


    Air Water Inc., a Japanese industrial gas corporation, has introduced a Remote Control Support System which will centrally monitor around 230 of its on-site facilities, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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    TNSC and JFE Steel in JV ASU upgrade


    Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) will supply on-site gas to JFE Steel from October 2017 in a newly-formed joint venture (JV).

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    Another H2 station contracted in Iwatani’s rollout plan


    The Tohoku region in Japan is the next area in the North Pacific rim country to get its first hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station, as part of Iwatani’s extensive rollout plan.

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    MHI CO2 capture unit contracted in Japan


    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has been awarded a contract to supply Nippon Ekitan Corporation, a group company of Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC), with a carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) capture unit for its liquid CO 2 production facility.

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    The CCS Conundrum


    The Coal Utilization Research Council (CURC) and Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) today released a study titled “Analysis of Options for Funding Large Pilot Scale Testing of Advanced Fossil-Based Power Generation Technologies with Carbon Capture.”

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    NEL in study for large-scale H2 production


    NEL ASA, the first dedicated hydrogen (H 2 ) company on the Oslo Stock Exchange, has initiated a feasibility study to figure out the potential for large-scale H 2 production in Norway, which can be exported to the European and Japanese markets.

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    TNSC Q3 profit up due to growth in US and Asia


    Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has released its financial results for the first three quarters of fiscal year 2015, in which weak sales in Japan were offset by M A activities in the US and Asian industrial gas industry.

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    Iwatani extends H2 station opening hours


    Iwatani, a Japanese industrial gas company, has announced extended opening hours of its hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling stations due to increased customer usage.

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    Hydrogen plan unveiled for forklifts in Japan


    An amalgamation of Japanese industry leaders has announced the beginning of a public-private partnership to test an end-to-end low-carbon hydrogen (H 2 ) supply chain, aiming to use H 2 produced from renewable energy to power forklifts.

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    Iwatani completes 16th H2 refuelling station in Japan


    The Iwatani Corporation has completed another hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling station in Japan, bringing its total ownership to 16 across the North Pacific rim country.