All Middle East articles – Page 15

  • i-phone

    Cambridge Professor applauds mobile phone technology in emerging markets


    Professor Michael Barrett of Cambridge Judge Business School has praised a mobile phone solution that offers business opportunities across emerging economies.

  • AIIGMA Dubai

    AIIGMA meeting pulls international crowd


    Jane Dawson reports from Dubai

  • John Raquet of Spiritus

    'Middle East has a big role to play in global helium market'


    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.

  • Naji Skaf, CEO Gulf Cryo

    Gulf Cryo broadens product portfolio with acquisition


    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.

  • Qatargas

    Qatargas CEO ‘Executive of the year’


    Qatargas Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Khalid Bin Khalifa Al-Thani has been presented with the coveted title ‘European Gas Conference - Executive of the Year’ during an awards ceremony at the 2012 European Gas Conference.

  • EFC logo

    Electronic Fluorocarbons 'pleased' with new partnership


    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.

  • LNG

    RasGas delivers first LNG cargo under long-term deal in Taiwan


    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 ...

  • Linde medical gases. MRI machine

    A new milestone for Siemens-Linde cooperation


    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.

  • Rohit Behani

    Success in the sun – AIIGMA’s 34th Seminar


    The All India Industrial Gases Manufacturers Association saw unprecedented success this week, with some 350 delegates from as far divergent locale’s as Nebraska to Chennai flying in to attend the definitive Indian industrial gas fixture of the year.

  • Saket Tiku

    Breaking News: AIIGMA announces new President


    Early today from The Atlantis The Palm in Dubai, Saket Tiku was declared the new President of the All India Industrial Gases Manufacturers Association.

  • AIIGMA Dubai

    34th AIIGMA – A success in the making


    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.

  • Air Liquide is pioneering in the field of cryogenic and non-cryogenic gas production.

    Gas production – Advances in cryo and non-cryo


    Air Liquide’s Jean-Pierre Tranier, Nicolas Perrin and Richard Dubettier discuss developments in the worlds of cryogenic and non-cryogenic industrial gas production.

  • World financial analysis

    Robust and resilient – Global gases in 2012 and beyond


    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.

  • Financial crisis

    Global gases – 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.

  • world global finance

    Upbeat about 2012 – Industry figures cautiously optimistic for the year ahead


    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.

  • The RHEA liquefier was en route to Ras Laffan, Qatar.

    RHEA helium liquefier en route to Ras Laffan


    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

    Qatargas and Gasal reach agreement for nitrogen supply


    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, ...

  • Spiritus Consulting's John Raquet, Dubai, 2011.

    'Middle East has a big role to play in global helium market'


    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, who was fielding questions as part of an Executive Panel Session at the Middle East Industrial Gas Conference 2011 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates ...

  • Delegates at the Middle East Conference 2011 in Dubai.

    Conference day two update - Distribution in focus in the Middle East


    Chaired by Air Liquide’s Fouad Haddad, day two of the Middle East Industrial Gases Conference 2011 began with Session 3 and an exploration of gas production and operations in this emerging region. Keynote speakers included Richard Goldstein, Michael Blondin, Hank Grieco, and Stuart Fleming.

  • Delegates at the Middle East Conference 2011 in Dubai.

    Gas Production & Operations - Supply chain in focus as conference day two begins


    After an evening under the stars on Jumeirah Beach for the Gala Dinner, sponsored by Gulf Cryo, over 200 delegates have emerged refreshed for another day of discussion and debate. Gas production and operations are on the agenda as day two of the Middle East Industrial Gases Conference gets underway. ...