Joanna Sampson

Joanna Sampson

Joanna Sampson is the Senior News Journalist at gasworld. Having joined gasworld in July 2017, Jo is responsible for international news and exclusives across the website and reporting from a number of regional conferences and events.

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    Report highlights growing momentum for CCS


    A major report launched by think tank the Global CCS Institute at the UN climate change conference COP25 finds that deployment of CCS has continued to gather pace, with the pipeline of CCS projects continuing to grow for the second year in a row, up 37% since 2017.

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    Cavagna establishes Academy


    The Cavagna Group has established an in-house centre devoted entirely to professional training – The Cavagna Group Academy.


    MENA 2019: SIAD celebrating new ASU in Hungary


    SIAD Macchine Impianti (SIAD MI) is celebrating the completion of its new €35m ($28.3m) air separation plant (ASU) in Hungary at gasworld’s flagship MENA Industrial Gases Conference 2019 this week.

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    2019 in Review: Hoffer Flow Controls


    In the latest instalment of the 2019 in Review Series, Hoffer’s Bob Carrell shares his dreams for the company’s future, including seeing its cryogenic flow meters in orbit on vehicles around the Moon and Mars to provide refuelling services for interplanetary space vehicles.

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    10 minutes with… Ivano Lombardi


    Take 10 minutes out with Ivano Lombardi, Managing Director of APT SRL, as he discusses some important trends in the market, the main project APT is currently working on and the best piece of professional advice he’s ever been given.

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    In focus… Safety and compliance


    The gases industry is built upon a paradigm of safety, of the Zero Ambition, and layer upon layer of invaluable regulation.

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    2019 in Review: Wystrach


    Proud to launch a new product to the market next year, Wystrach CEO Wolfgang Wolter is excited to tell gasworld about the company’s 2020 plans, as well as looking back on the previous 12 months, in the latest instalment of our 2019 in Review Series.

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    Messer will construct new plant in Hungary


    Messer today said it will construct a new gas production plant in Hungary as it continues to expand its operations in the country.

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    2019 in Review: CIRCOR Cryogenics


    As Stanley Levandowski, Senior Program Manager, Cryogenics, at CIRCOR Cryogenics, reflects on 2019, he says he has never been as excited about the future of the cryogenics and industrial gas markets as he is today.

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    Registration open for ICEC28-ICMC2020


    Registration is open for the 28th International Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Materials Conference 2020.

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    2019 in Review: Renergen


    “2019 has been a truly significant year,” Stefano Marani, CEO of Renergen, tells gasworld as he looks back on the last 12 months and the company’s highlights.

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    BCGA announces new CEO


    After 14 years at the helm of the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA), CEO Doug Thornton is retiring and will be replaced by Ellen Daniels, the national trade body announced today.

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    2019 in Review: Messer


    Ernst Bode, Chief Operating Officer at Messer, reflects on 2019 and tells gasworld’s Senior News Journalist Joanna Sampson that the Messer’s return to the American market was “not only the biggest highlight of the year” for the company, but the “biggest highlight of the decade”.

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    Exclusive: Flexibility and adaptability the key


    When Rudolf Ehrenfried Buse set up a bag factory in Germany in 1875, he became fascinated by what we know today as natural gas and carbon dioxide (CO2) that seeped from the soil in the area surrounding it.

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    Kief Cannabis: Putting the craft back into cannabis


    If you had asked Adam Bromley when he arrived in Winnipeg, Canada in 2010 what he would be doing as a job in nine years’ time, working in the cannabis industry wouldn’t have crossed his mind.

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    Renergen breaks ground at flagship gas project


    Emerging helium and LNG producer Renergen has broken ground at its flagship gas project in South Africa.

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    Big Star Energy acquires helium acreage


    Australian oil and gas exploration company Big Star Energy has leased a further 59,510 gross (14,877 net) acres across its prospect and lead portfolio in Colorado, US.

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    Atlas Copco releases app


    Atlas Copco has launched an app which enables vacuum pumps to be controlled and monitored in real time from a smartphone.

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    Scotland’s carbon reduction ambitions move forward


    A new alliance of industry, academics and government will today officially launch a programme to deliver industrial decarbonisation in Scotland through the deployment of the UK’s first carbon capture, usage and storage technology.

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    Burckhardt Compression purchases remaining ownership of Arkos Group


    Burckhardt Compression North America Services, an indirect subsidiary of Burckhardt Compression, said it has purchased the remaining 60% of Arkos Group, effective as of 25th November 2019.

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