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This February gasworld looks at the many facets of the specialty gases business, from electronics and specialty gases to the competitive space that is specialty gases in China. Includes regional focus on Eastern Europe.
From tapping the BLM pipeline to helium recovery and recycling, gasworld throws the spotlight on the global helium business this January. If helium is your business, make sure you get your copy of gasworld’s January issue.
The gases industry has long been built upon innovation – but is R&D still being pursued with such vigour? gasworld’s December issue looks at innovation within the industry and the development of new technologies, from robotics and automation to innovation in packaged gases and environmental technologies.
This exclusive supplement this November is dedicated to the sometimes precarious carbon dioxide (CO2) supply chain, exploring trends and challenges in sourcing and supply globally – including CO2 from ethanol and the rising tide of CO2 recovery technologies.
Healthcare is increasingly one of the most robust growth drivers for the gases industry today. gasworld’s focuses on all things medical this November, from new medical oxygen technologies to medical gas delivery technologies and safety implications in-between.
From freezing in food and beverages to pumping product underground in enhanced oil recovery, nitrogen is the cover star of the October edition of gasworld magazine.
There is little doubt about the future potential in the distributive LNG business. This September gasworld magazine explores not only this potential, but also the broad range of cryogenic equipment and expertise required to realise it.
At the heart of the industrial gases business are the air gases, the bread and butter of gas production. This August gasworld gets to grips with air gas production technologies, from advances in air separation to heat exchangers and small plant technologies.
One of the most popular editions of the year, the CO2 Issue is gasworld’s focus this July. From CO2 scrubbing to food and beverages or the next wave of vehicle refrigerants, and dry ice application technologies in-between, read all about it this month.
gasworld’s June issue delves deeper into the world of asset management, from the Internet of Things (IoT) to cylinder tracking and telemonitoring. Combined with a regional focus on the emerging African market, and an exclusive supplement dedicated to Helium Sourcing and Technologies, there’s plenty of food for thought for all ...
This first-ever helium supplement from gasworld magazine picks up the trail from the maelstrom of uncertainty in the global helium business in recent years, and explores the current trends and technologies in the industry as it moves forward.
Accounting for up to 40-50% of air gas industry costs, bulk gas delivery is a big deal in the industrial gases business – and only getting bigger, as gasworld explores this May. From trends in bulk gas transportation to technology developments in cryogenic tanks, pumps and valves, make sure you ...
This April gasworld gets to grips with changes in the global hydrogen market, from captive vs. merchant in the refinery hydrogen business to the growing momentum for the hydrogen economy and its implications.