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A traditional and core growth driver for the specialty gases business is the electronics sector. This is also an application in growth as the electronics marketplace continues to evolve and find new levels of stability. This February gasworld explores the growing electronics gases business in China, the quest to drive ...
From the countdown affecting the BLM pipeline to helium recovery and recycling, gasworld throws the spotlight on the global helium business this January. Includes regional focus on Asia/India.
One of the biggest end-user sectors for the global gases industry is the manufacturing business, while metallurgy is another core application for a range of gases and equipment. This December, gasworld tackles both in one edition – from Industry 4.0 to welding and fabrication and trends in metallurgy.
Industrial gases and equipment are inescapable, all around us in so many applications that we may not even realise at times. This November gasworld pays homage to the gases and equipment used in leisure activities – from CO2 in beverages and drinks dispense and diving gases, to dry ice in ...
In this exclusive supplement, we aim to put the spotlight on these green credentials and explore – if not demonstrate – the often pioneering role that industrial gas and equipment companies are actively playing in the adoption of a cleaner, greener, more sustainable (and still profitable) world.
This October gasworld gets to grips with the state of play in the global hydrogen market, from traditional application in the refinery hydrogen business to the ever-growing momentum for the hydrogen economy – and the range of technologies available to meet this demand.
This month gasworld magazine explores the steadily growing market for the industrial gases business that is, distributive LNG. Cryogenic storage vessels, heat exchangers, compressor design, the LNG market in Greater China, small-scale LNG technologies, and much more besides are all in focus this month.
This month gasworld magazine explores trends and technologies in the medical/healthcare business, from a market on the mend in Iberia to the development of the gases business in China and major advances in medical filling solutions.
This month gasworld magazine throws the spotlight on one of the staple products of the gases industry – oxygen. From the role of oxygen (O2) in refining applications to its use in aquaculture, food and beverages, and metals and glass production, and PSA plant technologies in-between, our July issue has ...
Also this June, gasworld gets to grips with the world of Gas Analysis and Control, with an exclusive supplement covering everything from trends in CO2 gas analysis to the gas control equipment manufactured in today’s cleanroom.
Innovation in the bulk gas supply chain, the changing landscape of cryogenic tank and trailer manufacture, and supply chain challenges in China are all in focus for gasworld magazine this May. This edition also includes explorations of both asset management technologies and the gases business in North America.
From the shifting sands in ownership and consolidation to food and beverage technologies and innovation and carbon capture, the carbon dioxide (CO2) business is arguably in the spotlight more than ever before.