All Japan articles – Page 15

  • Hydrogen fuel cell car

    Toyota makes patents royalty-free


    In a bold step to accelerate the advancements made in the development of technology which is vital to the establishment of a hydrogen economy and a refuelling network, the car manufacturer has announced that approximately 5,680 of its Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) related patents will be available for use ...

  • China Globe

    2015 – What lies ahead? Part 4


    As the New Year begins, gas world continues to look ahead at what projects and plants we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2015. In this fourth and final instalment we focus on developments in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Taiyo Nippon Sanso (TNSC) is one of the Tier 1 global industrial gas companies, and parent company of US-based MATHESON.

    TNSC announces establishment of centre


    Through the company’s Singapore subsidiary, called Leeden National Oxygen Ltd., it has announced it will establish the Leeden NOX Gas Research Centre (LNGRC) to develop welding-related gas technologies in Southeast Asia.

  • Carey-Sasayama, commemorative cylinder

    Milestone in Japan for Chart


    Chart, Inc. has been commemorating a significant milestone in the Japanese market with its distributor in the country, Daiho Sangyo Inc. (DSI).

  • Toyota Mirai

    Toyota to launch FCV


    Toyota Motor Corporation has confirmed it will launch its all-new ‘Mirai’ hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV) in Japan next month.

  • Hydrogen pump green fuel

    The ‘start of the beginning’ for hydrogen looms


    As 2014 ends and the New Year moves ever closer, Japan is readying itself for the ‘start of the beginning’ of hydrogen infrastructure, with 2015 marking the launch of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) on sale in the country.

  • Air Liquide is one of the industry's Tier One major players.

    Air Liquide Japan announces personnel change


    The company has announced newly appointed positions for Shiro Yahara, Serban Cantacuzene, and Koji Makihara, at Air Liquide – effective from December 1 st 2014.

  • Cutting welding

    Two more entrants into the hydrogen cutting market


    Three years ago, Iwatani came out with its trump card the ‘Hydrocut, a cutting gas based primarily on hydrogen. The company already has two factories working on this product and now, according to The Gas Review (TGR), another two companies have entered this space.

  • Japan

    ENER-G partners with Cornes Biogas


    Combined heat and power (CHP) specialist ENER-G has appointed Cornes Biogas as its Cogen Partner for Japan - gaining a first contract at Shikaoi municipal biogas plant, in Hokkaido.

  • Asia-Pacific industrial Gas Conference - September 2014

    A playground of opportunities – Asia-Pacific Industrial Gas Conference 2014


    The Asia-Pacific region is attracting increased investment interests across all segments of its energy value chain – and the industrial gas sector in the region has never looked more inviting. With a playground of opportunities available, what better time for gasworld to make a welcome return to the bustling metropolitan ...

  • Air Liquide is one of the industry's Tier One major players.

    Air Liquide Japan partners’ education event


    The Japanese arm of the industrial gases major has partnered the OECD Tohoku School event – held in Paris.

  • Hydrogen car

    Toyota gains H2 tank approval


    The car manufacturer will be able to self-inspect and manufacture the tanks for FCVs. This makes Toyota the first company to become a registered manufacturer of 70 MPa (700 bar) hydrogen tanks under Japan’s High Pressure Gas Safety Act, revised in 1997 by METI.

  • Japan

    Change in leadership at JIMGA


    A new chairman and directors are in place at the Japan Industrial and Medical Gases Association (JIMGA), following the organisation’s general meeting earlier this summer.

  • LNG boat building

    HHIC will build world’s first


    Hanjin Heavy Industries Construction (HHIC) announced that it signed a contract for the construction of an LNG bunkering vessel (5,100㎥) with NYK in Japan, the company has announced.

  • LNG ship

    LNG projects reach milestones


    Northwest Australia’s Ichthys and Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects each have reached construction phase milestones, while the first of three LNG projects on the eastern coast of Curtis Island is close to start-up.

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    GasSecure makes Yokogawa deal


    GasSecure has reached an agreement with Yokogawa on the distribution of GasSecure’s wireless gas detectors through Yokogawa’s global sales network.

  • Japan’s Role in the Global Electronics Supply Chain

    Japan’s Role in the Global Electronics Supply Chain


    In this article, writers from The Gas Review ( ), Japan’s premiere monthly news publication covering industrial gases and energy economics in Asia, share with us the ways in which the devastating earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, affected the Japanese and global electronics industry and the supply ...