All Japan articles – Page 7

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    Five-year outlook for Japanese industry

    2018-04-13T12:33:00Z

    According to The Gas Review, to predict trends in Japanese industrial gas demand, considering upcoming movements in the main users is essential.

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    News

    Australian-Japanese pilot project launched

    2018-04-12T15:34:00Z

    A world-first initiative which will build a pilot plant to produce hydrogen (H 2 ) from Australian brown coal for export to Japan has launched its pilot phase.

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    News

    Ballard technology used in test of H2 boat

    2018-04-04T15:43:00Z

    Two of Ballard Power Systems’ FCveloCity®-MD 30kW modules have been successfully integrated and tested in a hybrid marine application by a consortium that includes Yanmar, National Martime Research Institute (NMRI) and Japan Ship Technology Research Association (JSTRA).

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    Nitrogen: Applications and distribution

    2018-04-04T10:02:00Z

    As the most abundant of the air gases, the markets for nitrogen in terms of production, distribution and application are well established, and are discussed here by Rob Cockerill.

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    News

    Air Liquide opens hydrogen station

    2018-04-04T08:20:00Z

    Air Liquide Japan has completed construction of the first public ‘fixed location’ hydrogen (H 2 ) station in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, and it began operations last month.

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    News

    SDK opens subsidiary branch in Wuhan

    2018-04-03T09:41:00Z

    Showa Denko K.K (SDK) has established a branch of its subsidiary Shanghai Showa Chemicals Co., Ltd. (SSC) in Wuhan, Hubei Province in China, aiming to strengthen its business to sell high-purity gases for electronics in China.

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    Commercial deployment for H2 forklift refuelling

    2018-03-29T11:57:00Z

    The partners of the Simplefuel® hydrogen (H 2 ) refuelling appliance – IVYS Energy Solutions and PDC Machines, along with Japanese partner Tokyo Boeki Mechanics – have announced its first commercial deployment in Japan.

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    Toyota launches fuel cell bus

    2018-03-28T10:39:00Z

    Toyota Motor Corporation has launched a production model of its fuel cell bus that aims to work “for the world and for people, is environmentally friendly, and can contribute to communities beyond its role as a mobility service”.

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    News

    Showa Denko expands operations

    2018-03-28T08:44:00Z

    Japanese chemical company Showa Denko K.K (SDK) has expanded its capacity to produce high-purity hydrogen bromide (HBr), starting operation of its expanded HBr plant this month.

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    News

    TNSC acquires right to sell East Siberian helium

    2018-03-26T16:16:00Z

    According to The Gas Review, on 22 nd February, Taiyo Nippon Sanso (TNSC) concluded an agreement through its US affiliate Matheson Tri-Gas with Gazprom to import and distribute helium (He) of Russian origin as the first Japanese company.

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    News

    HORIBA wins 2018 iF Design Award

    2018-03-23T10:27:00Z

    HORIBA, an OEM of instruments and measurements systems, has won an internationally renowned design award from German design organisation iF International Forum Design GmbH.

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    Toyota accelerates use of hydrogen at its plants

    2018-03-16T11:52:00Z

    Toyota Motor Corporation has deployed 20 fuel cell forklifts, manufactured by Toyota Industries Corporation, at its Motomachi plant located in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture.

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    News

    Japan H2 Mobility aims to build 80 H2 stations by 2022

    2018-03-05T11:15:00Z

    Eleven Japanese companies have joined forces to help accelerate the deployment of hydrogen (H 2 ) stations for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) in Japan, pledging to build 80 H 2 stations by 2022.

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    News

    MCC and Linde announce transfer of HDA technology

    2018-03-01T08:49:00Z

    The Engineering Division of The Linde Group and Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC) have concluded a definite agreement for transfer of MCC’s Hydrodealkylation (HDA) technology to Linde.

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    News

    Self-change and diversification

    2018-02-27T12:09:00Z

    Air Water Inc.’s deal for TOMCO2 Systems marks the latest step in Air Water’s overseas expansion strategy, while also representing another piece of M A activity in the CO2 business and related markets – a hive of activity in recent years.

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    Air Water reveals TOMCO2 Systems acquisition

    2018-02-26T20:41:00Z

    Japan’s Air Water Inc. has announced the acquisition of US carbon dioxide (CO2) equipment manufacturer TOMCO2 Systems Company.

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    News

    Haskel to showcase at Japan’s fuel cell expo

    2018-02-22T15:39:00Z

    Haskel will exhibit its expertise in high-pressure hydrogen (H 2 ) compression technology during the International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expo (FC Expo).

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    News

    Semiconductor industry grows

    2018-02-13T11:49:00Z

    Toshiba has announced an investment of YEN 1.5 trillion into 3D-NAND flash memory devices, representing the largest capital investment ever made by a single corporation of Japan, The Gas Review revealed.

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    Air Water completes liquid gas plant VSUA in Japan

    2018-02-12T12:00:00Z

    According to The Gas Review, Air Water announced on 1st December 2017 it had completed and started to operate a high-efficiency small-scaled gas generator named VSUA for the planned replacement in its Utsunomiya Plant to produce liquefied oxygen (O 2 ), nitrogen (N 2 ) and argon (Ar).

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    News

    Total driving distance in 2016 for tankers

    2018-02-05T08:45:00Z

    According to data compiled by the Japan Industrial and Medical Gases Association (JIMGA) for 2016, tanker trucks carrying liquid oxygen (O 2 ), nitrogen (N 2 ), argon (Ar) and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) travelled a total of 127.61 million km in 2016, The Gas Review revealed.