Jemima Owen-Jones

Jemima Owen-Jones

Jemima Owen-Jones is the Acting US Editor at gasworld. Having joined gasworld in October 2016, Jemima is primarily responsible for North American news and exclusives across the website and looks forward to hearing from you – and telling your story.

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    Austria’s hydrogen Zillertal Railway


    Zillertal, a valley in Tyrol, Austria is on-track for a new hydrogen (H2) railway which will make an important contribution to the Allps mobility future.

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    The World Energy Council publishes hydrogen report


    The World Energy Council has launched a report titled ‘Hydrogen – industry as a catalyst, accelerating the decarbonisation of our economy to and post 2030,’ that builds on previous studies around Europe’s Energy Transition.

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    Carbon Capture Coalition commends new legislation


    The Carbon Capture Coalition welcomes the introduction of new legislation crucial to the success and proliferation of carbon capture technology.

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    CO2 Solutions Inc. VCQ project progresses


    Progress continues on CO2 Solutions Inc. (CSI) first CO2 utilisation unit being built in Shawinigan (QC) for its CCU project known as Valorisation Carbone Québec (VCQ).

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    RAPS hyperbaric oxygen therapy for animals


    The RAPS Animal Hospital, a community-owned, not-for-profit veterinary facility located in Richmond, Canada, is now providing hyperbaric oxygen (O2) therapy for its animal patients.

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    Hyundai Mobis’ emergency H2 power generation system


    Hyundai Mobis, the parts and service arm for the South Korean automakers Hyundai Motor Company, has leveraged its own hydrogen (H2) fuel cell technology for electric vehicles, to create an emergency H2 power generation system at its H2 fuel cell plant in Chungju, South Korea.

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    South Africa’s Green Transport Strategy


    South Africa’s Department of Transport recently published a Green Strategy that outlines efforts to contribute towards a 5% reduction of emissions in the transport sector by 2050. These steps will include switching to hydrogen (H2) fuels and adopting H2 energy vehicles.

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    TNSC delivers onsite Turbo-Brayton refrigerator


    Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has completed delivery and onsite test operation of a NeoKelvin®-Turbo 10 kW, a large cooling capacity Turbo-Brayton refrigerator for the world’s first commercial superconducting electricity transmission cable installation project.

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    Improved safety with Emerson anti-cavitation trim


    Emerson, US-based manufacturing and technology company, has launched Fisher Vee-Ball™ rotary control valves with new with Cavitrol™ Hex anti-cavitation trim to reduce or eliminate vibration caused by cavitation.

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    Atlas Copco launches new dry screw vacuum pump


    Atlas Copco’s Industrial Vacuum division has launched the DHS 065-200 VSD+ dry screw vacuum pump offering lower lifecycle costs, higher productivity, less energy consumption and easy maintenance.

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    South Korea loosens hydrogen regulation


    The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has shared an article produced by The Diplomat, an international current-affairs magazine for the Asia-Pacific region, detailing further plans to develop a hydrogen (H2)-based economy in South Korea by deregulating H2 laws.

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    Mini hydrogen dispenser recognised at Rushlight awards


    The mini hydrogen (H2) Dispenser, developed by Fuel Cell Systems as a ’jerry can’ for stranded H2 vehicles has been commended at this year’s Rushlight Awards.

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    Intelligent Energy fuel cell system trial success


    Intelligent Energy, Loughborough based fuel cell engineering company, is a step closer to the deployment of its next generation air cooled fuel cell system, following a successful year-long trial with fuel cell powered scooters by the Metropolitan Police.

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    Hydrogenious and Forschungszentrum partner to revolutionise H2 mobility


    Hydrogenious Technologies GmbH and European research centre, Forschungszentrum Jülich, have joined forces to further develop and commercialise the Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers  (LOHC) technology for mobile applications.

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    Airgas to acquire Tech Air


    Airgas, an Air Liquide company, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Tech Air Corporate Holdings, Inc. (TA), a large independent distributor of industrial gases and welding supplies serving various geographies in the US.

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    Varied CO2 injection rates enhance CCS success


    Varying the rate at which carbon dioxide (CO2) is injected into geological storage sites can enhance not just the sites efficiency but also its ability to store the greenhouse gas securely, according to a new study.

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    Goss Gas Products gains fourth generation


    Goss Gas Products, local, independent distributor of industrial gases and welding supplies, has appointed Monika Goss to the position of Purchasing and Inventory Manager. She is the fourth generation to work in the family business, which was started by her great-grandfather, R.N. Goss, in 1934.

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    Earlbeck Gases celebrates 100 Years


    Earlbeck Gases & Technologies, a Mid-Atlantic welding supply and gas distributor based in Baltimore, is celebrating its 100 year anniversary.

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    Going to the next level


    Q&A with Luke Bradshaw, President of TOMCO2, and Tim Miller, President of Taylor-Wharton, explain how their transportation and distribution businesses are developing since the reorganization.

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    H24Racing: A new class of H2-powered cars


    GreenGT and the Automobile Club de l’Oues (ACO) have partnered to launch H24Racing, the project to race a hydrogen H2)-electric prototype which will lead the way to the mobility of the future.

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