All Middle East articles – Page 11

  • Hydrogen production – September 2014

    In focus...Hydrogen production


    The hydrogen produced by the industrial gases sector has long been used in various applications. Everything from industrial products to food packaging, with fertiliser and space travel in-between, benefits from the advantages of the energy carrier hydrogen (H2). But with the movement to establish a hydrogen economy in top gear, ...

  • Hydrogen energy – September 2014

    Hydrogen – The key refinery enabler


    Thirty years ago crude quality was a good match with what was being demanded by the market, but today’s refiners – even in the midst of the ‘shale gale’ – are being compelled to dig deeply into the dregs of the remaining resources and must upgrade these crudes. Hydrogen is ...

  • SMR: Driving down costs in hydrogen production – September 2014

    SMR: Driving down costs in hydrogen production


    Foster Wheeler’s Luigi Bressan and Chris Davis, explain how an optimised hydrogen plant design achieves the right balance of minimising both CAPEX and OPEX costs, while meeting the specific objectives of the end-user.

  • LNG ship

    More threats to Qatar’s LNG crown


    The world dominance of Qatar in the production of LNG may soon come to an end in both export and flexible LNG supply by the end of the decade – according to a new report from consultants Wood Mackenzie.

  • Medical gas healthcare hospital

    Linde in Saudi Arabian JV


    The Germany headquartered industrial gases business has signed a deal to enter a Joint Venture (JV) in healthcare in Saudi Arabia with KJC – it has been reported in local media in the country.

  • Naji Skaf, CEO Gulf Cryo

    Acquisition secures Gulf Cryo’s foothold in Turkey


    As part of a major capital and acquisitions spend of more than $100m over the last three years, Gulf Cryo has continued its aggressive investment strategy to expand into new territories announcing its first acquisition in Turkey.

  • August 2014 SF3 Bubbles Water

    Solutions to cutting CO emissions in water treatment


    In regions where water is scarce, particularly in the Middle East, carbon emissions associated with the use of water in all types of industries, particularly the electricity and gas industries are of increasing concern. Water treatment specialist Veolia explores developments in desalination.

  • Servomex

    Analyser continues to gain acclaim


    Servomex has stated its SERVOTOUGH FluegasExact high performance gas analyser has won more customers who are choosing it for their business needs.

  • Carbon dioxide CO2 global green

    CO2 emissions converted to fuel?


    An Israeli company has developed a system that converts carbon dioxide emissions into synthetic gas – resulting in another way that harmful pollutants to our atmosphere can be removed and changed into a renewable heat source.

  • Pipes refinery

    Increasing pressure on refining margins, says report


    An additional 11.7 million barrels per day (mmbd) of Crude Distillation Capacity (CDU) will come online globally between 2014 and 2020, with an annual average of 1.6 mmbd, says a new report from GlobalData – a dynamic which it is claimed will impact negatively upon refining margins.

  • Air Products towers

    Air Products signs distributor deal in Kuwait


    Air Products has signed a distributor agreement with Kuwaiti company TechnoGas, providing the company with both an important distributor network and the opportunity to expand its specialty gas and equipment activities in the State.

  • LNG Tanker at Sea

    Qatargas CEO: LNG market to remain tight


    The dynamics in the global LNG market are set to shift over the next decade, with demand set to double in this timeframe and a tight market to remain until 2020.

  • Weldship logo

    Weldship Corporation appoints Middle East Sales Manager


    Weldship Corporation has announced the appointment of Dr. Gamal Elsaeed as Sales Manager for the Middle East, continuing to grow its global presence.

  • Scentists research laboratory

    Air Liquide increases presence in innovation clusters


    Air Liquide has signed a scientific cooperation agreement with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, and joins its Industry Collaboration Program (KICP).

  • Middle East map

    LNG Terminal in Kuwait planned


    Foster Wheeler announced today that it has been awarded the design contract by Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) for a new onshore LNG import and regasification terminal to be built in Kuwait.

  • Middle East map

    JV chooses Spectrex SharpEye


    Ma’aden and Alcoa team up in a joint venture (JV) and have selected Spectrex SharpEye 40/40I Optical Flame Detectors. The companies in the JV will work towards producing various aluminum products.

  • Honeywell

    Honeywell UOP to supply 1,000th system


    UOP PolybedTM Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) System to provide high purity hydrogen for oil refining in the United Arab Emirates.

  • Merger agreement deal

    Worthington acquires 75% in ARITAS


    The company has announced that its Pressure Cylinders segment has signed an agreement to acquire a 75% stake in ARITAS, one of Europe’s leading LNG and cryogenic technology companies.

  • CEM-info-gas_world

    Speaker announced for CEM 2014


    The organisers of CEM 2014 have published the titles of the conference presentations that will take place from 14 th to 16 th May at the Renaissance Polat, Istanbul Hotel, in Turkey.

  • Foster Wheeler

    Refinery contract in Turkey for Foster Wheeler


    Foster Wheeler announced today that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction (E C) Group has been awarded a contract by STAR Rafineri, a subsidiary of SOCAR Turkey, for project management consultancy (PMC) services for its grassroots Aegean Refinery to be built within the Petkim Petrokimya (PETKİM) facilities at ...