The Linde Group has signed a long-term industrial gas supply contract with Sadara Chemical Company. The agreement will supply a facility soon to become the world’s largest chemical complex ever built in a single phase.
Speaking of the region broadly, it’s clear that the Middle East is developing into one of the most vibrant industrial gas markets in the world. For the purposes of this analysis, we’re homing in on the GCC states and focusing on Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United ...
Professor Michael Barrett of Cambridge Judge Business School has praised a mobile phone solution that offers business opportunities across emerging economies.
The Middle East will have a huge role to play in the worldwide helium market in the next 20 years, according to Spiritus Consulting’s John Raquet.
Gulf Cryo, manufacturer of industrial, medical and specialty gases in the Middle East has ratified its footing in the region with its latest acquisition in Jordan.
Electronic Fluorocarbons, LLC has entered a new partnership with the Independent Welding Distributors Cooperative, Inc. The Pennsylvania based company is confident in the new agreement.
RasGas Company Limited (RasGas) has successfully delivered the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo under its new long-term LNG Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with CPC Corporation, Taiwan (CPC). The agreement was recently signed and executed on the 6 th of December 2011 in Qatar during the World Petroleum ...
The significance of the Middle East as a supplier of helium in the future is well versed, less prominent is the region’s consumption of this gas. News of a contract renewal in Turkey, however, highlights the growth in demand from the country’s healthcare sector.
This morning saw the 34th All Indian Industrial Gas and Manufacturing Association begin. With 350 delegates representing all aspects of the industrial gas sector, the seminar entitled, ‘Growth in Industrial Gases through Application Technology’, looks set to be another AIIGMA triumph.
gasworld Editor Rob Cockerill and Spiritus Consulting’s Managing Director John Raquet met at the recent Middle East gases conference in Dubai, to discuss what might shape the industrial gases business in 2012 - and beyond.
The uninterrupted growth trend of this global industry over some two decades shows the remarkable resilience of demand for gases through previous economic cycles. A new set of demand drivers is also emerging that it is hoped will underpin growth in the short-term future, as Tony Wheatley explains.
Rob Cockerill looks at a collection of industry views to get a feel for the market in 2012 and what some of the key players think we can look forward to.
After six months of integration in Sassenage’ workshops, the helium liquefier of the RHEA (Ras Laffan Helium Air Liquide) project was hitting the road over the festive season, en route to its destination in Qatar. The liquefier hit the road from mid December to reach the purification and liquefaction ...
Qatargas Operating Company Limited and Gasal Q.S.C, the joint venture between Air Liquide, Qatar Petroleum and Qatar Industrial Manufacturing Company, have announced a new gas supply agreement. Declared by Qatargas earlier this summer, the deal covers the supply of gaseous nitrogen through Gasal’s pipeline in Ras Laffan Industrial City, ...