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The pendulum of helium supply has swung again as the sun begins to set on the commercial use of the BLM- operated Federal Helium Reserve, pictured on our cover this month. What impact will this have on the market? How will helium recovery markets be affected?
From oxygen therapy and medical gases to carbon dioxide (CO2) in medical applications today, healthcare is the focus of our final issue of 2018 this December. This issue also includes a supplement dedicated to Green Technologies – from carbon capture and storage (CCS) to CO2 utilisation, and the Hydrogen Economy ...
The LNG business – is it an industrial gas ‘play’? This November gasworld explores all things distributive LNG – from understanding the opportunity in this business to safety considerations and the need for more LNG infrastructure.
The CO2 business hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons this summer, in Europe and Mexico at least. This month we have an issue dedicated to this global hot topic, including the fallout from those high-profile shortages, a range of future CO2 technologies and supply chain solutions, and new ...
Analysis and control are fundamental to the industrial and specialty gases business, ensuring gases are delivered and used both safely and optimally, and the subject of our September issue. If your company provides these fundamental products, don’t miss this opportunity to get involved.
A supplement dedicated to trends and technologies in the specialty gases, featuring insight into specialty gas applications and investment strategies, technologies in MAP testing and gas analysis, new certification in bulk medical gas supply systems, and much more besides.
Bulk storage and delivery of gases are at the heart of the supply chain and the focus of gasworld’s August issue – from transport safety to telemetry systems and cryogenic storage technologies in-between.
Oxygen is the theme of gasworld’s July global edition, exploring the applications and distribution of one of the most fundamental of gases. Oxygen cylinder technologies and considerations, and even the story of arguably the highest oxygen plant in the world, at Mount Everest, are in focus this July.
From the growth space in hydrogen from electrolysis to growing demand for testing, training and certification for a burgeoning hydrogen economy, and of course the imperative role of steam methane reformers for refinery hydrogen in-between, the hydrogen business is the subject for our June issue of gasworld magazine.
Dry ice is creating much more than special effects these days – it’s driving ever-increasing revenues and attention, as reflected in this supplement on dry ice markets and technologies trends.
Undoubtedly one of the hottest editions of the year, the CO2 Issue is gasworld US Edition’s focus this May. From a food and beverages update to regional supply chain challenges and new CO2 applications, this typically controversial but now trendy gas is at the forefront for gasworld US Edition this ...
Copper mining, semiconductor manufacture, and even refrigerated road transport – nitrogen is in focus this April as we devote an entire issue to this crucial air gas, from applications through to production and distribution. Includes a focus on non-cryogenic production plants.
This March gasworld global magazine keeps it cold with an exploration of cryogenic equipment trends – from the opportunities in Europe created by the distributive LNG business, to pressure regulators and freezing equipment.