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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 60, No 06 (June) - Hydrogen Issue

    The US is on the road to the new hydrogen-fueled utopia, and it’s a journey that’s picking up pace as Texas strives to challenge California as the leading clean energy state moving forward. What do we need to do to realize that vision of the future, and what can we ...

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    Issue 205 May 2022 - Packaged Gases


    After the turmoil and uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is now facing up to continued volatility in markets, economies and supply chains – disruption that is challenging the packaged gases business like never before. Delivering critical gases – and decarbonisation goals – is the name of the game ...

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 60, No 05 (May) - Specialty Gases & Supply Chain

    Are we seeing weak links in the supply chain exposed right now? If you’re in the helium business, or in rare gases, then your answer is probably yes. Geopolitics is causing choas, while there are challenges back home and product demands to be met amidst US market growth.

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    Global Directory 2022/23


    Welcome to the 2022/23 Global Directory from gasworld, your print companion for all industrial gas points of reference across the supply chain – from gas producers to equipment manufacturers and solution providers.

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    Issue 204 April 2022 - Air gases


    It’s a human need and source of contention as old as civilisation itself: water. Inside this month we look at the very real question of water shortages, water wars and how we can address these growing concerns. We also explore how the air gases business can help with wastewater treatment.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 60, No 04 (April) - CO2 Issue

    Innovative technologies that put recycled CO2 to work – for a cleaner, healthier planet.

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    Issue 203 March 2022 - Hydrogen Issue


    From the key enabler in cleaning up refinery-driven fuels to a renewable green fuel for the future; hydrogen is certainly the nexus between our past, present and future energy sector. But what challenges lie ahead? How will we scale going forward? And what electrifying future awaits if we can meet ...

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 60, No 03 (March) - Cryogenics

    Keith Hall provides the second part of his technical article on ‘Invaluable valves’ this month with our focus on the cryogenic market. In particular, we cover some of the major developments the industry has seen recently.

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    gasworld US Edition, Vol 60, No 02 (February) - Air gases & medical

    This industry continued to provide vital medical gases as the latest coronavirus variant spread across the nation last month. Learn how the pandemic continues to drive up oxygen demand from page 28.

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    Issue 202 February 2022 - The CO2 Issue


    Is it time to look at CO2 through a new lens? Are we all doing that already? The narrative has seemingly shifted from negative to positive, with all the talk now around the business case and opportunities.

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    gasworld Yearbook 2021/22

    In 2021 we’ve seen a new era for the industrial gases business get firmly underway. We’ve seen the recovery from truly challenging and unprecedented times; we’ve seen the industry harnessing its unparalleled expertise to realise its integral role in the clean energies transition; likewise, the strategic movements of various stakeholders ...

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    Issue 201 January 2022 - Helium Issue


    In a world exclusive, Air Products has announced a new helium storage cavern in Texas, the world’s largest and already fully operational. It’s part of a bright new era in the global helium business that we shine a spotlight on this month.

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    gasworld US Edition, Vol 60, No 01 (January) - New trends

    BayoTech Inc. is an innovator in hydrogen solutions. Its patented hydrogen production technology uses 20-30% less energy, saving money and reducing the product’s carbon footprint.

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    Issue 200 December 2021 - Bulk Gases


    We celebrate 200 issues of gasworld magazine and everything it has become, but we also appraise the business of bulk gases today and the fusion of challenges and opportunities at the hands of the pandemic, digitisation and decarbonisation.

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    gasworld US Edition, Vol 59, No 12 (December) - Food & Beverage

    Maintaining a consistent CO2 supply has been challenging for some distributors this year, and caused concern for customers in the food and beverage space. We have an update on the situation in this issue and ask what solutions there are.

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    Buyer’s Guide 2021/22


    Welcome to the 2021/22 Buyer’s Guide from gasworld, your print companion for all industrial gas points of reference across the supply chain – from gas producers to equipment manufacturers and solution providers.

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    Issue 199 November 2021 - Food & Beverages


    Our theme this month is unmistakably food and beverages, but is it a case of glass half-full or half-empty for many right now? Regional CO2 supply concerns remain, while other headwinds continue to temper the optimism of growth.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 59, No 11 (November) - LNG

    Chart brazed aluminum heat exchangers at Venture Global LNG, Inc’s Calcasieu Pass in Cameron Parish, Louisiana. This issue focuses on LNG, the sector’s vital equipment and opportunities.

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    Issue 198 October 2021 - Specialty Gases


    Specialty gases: a promised land for the gases industry and yet a nuanced market for good reason. This month we better understand why, with the latest in specialty gas trends and equipment from around the world.

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    Gasworld US Edition, Vol 59, No 10 (October) - Equipment

    Fabricating a pressure build coil at Alloy Custom Products, a CIS company, near Lafayette, Indiana. This month we look at some of the recent developments, new products and supply chain challenges with equipment companies.