More from Africa – Page 10

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    Union Engineering installs Mauritius CO2 plant


    Union Engineering has installed a sustainable carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery plant on the island of Mauritius for Gaz Carbo, a leading provider of food grade CO2 on the island for beverage applications.

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    Coega safety milestone celebrated


    Air Products South Africa celebrated the delivery of a safe and injury-free construction project when the contractors handed over the keys to the company’s R300-million air separation unit (ASU) in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) in November 2014.

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    CryoEase supply system proves popular in South Africa


    One of Air Products South Africa’s long-term customers recently made the ‘switch’ from a cylinder-based mode of supply to the company’s CryoEase ‘total gas management system’, and is reaping the multiple benefits.

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    Nigeria LNG awards two charters to Golar


    Golar LNG announced today that it has been awarded two time charters by Nigeria LNG Ltd to employ the recently delivered Golar Frost and Golar Crystal. Employment of both vessels under these contracts will commence in January 2015 and will continue for a duration of approximately 12 months for each ...

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    Afrox commissions Bruker FTIR instrument


    Sub-Saharan gas market leader Afrox continues to maintain its competitive edge through the commissioning of the German-engineered Bruker FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) instrument at its ISO 9001 Gases Operation Centre Laboratory in Germiston. 

  • LNG

    Egypt finalises LNG deal with Gazprom


    Petroleum Minister Sherif Ismail said on Sunday that Egypt will complete an agreement with Russia’s Gazprom for the company to supply it with liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments later this month.

  • South Africa on the globe

    2015 – What lies ahead? Part 3


    As 2014 draws to a close, gas world looks ahead at what projects, plants and developments we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2015. Here we focus on projects in the Middle East, Africa and India.

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    ‘Full circle’ supply agreement signed


    A landmark agreement has been signed between Air Products South Africa and Sasol Chemical Industries, which will see Air Products purchase the Sasolburg A2100 air separation unit (ASU), and simultaneously commence with a new long-term supply agreement.

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    ASU secures gas supply in Eastern Cape


    Air Products South Africa official unveiled its R300m Eastern Cape ASU in the Coega Industrial Development Zone – the second to be launched by the company this year as part of its long term R2bn investment in establishing a solid production and supply network.

  • CO2 and crop growth

    TPI provides plant in North Africa


    Tecno Project Industriale (TPI), the Italian leader in CO2 recovery plants, has signed a contract to supply a biogas upgrading plant in North Africa.

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    Gender diversity at Air Products SA


    The industrial gases business has long been recognised as a “man’s world” due to the number of males dominating workforces around the world. But this isn’t the case in South Africa as highlighted in this article.

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    Algeria deal secured by Mcphy


    McPhy Energy and its partner Ecisgroup will provide their turnkey hydrogen-based cooling solution for a power plant built by Daewoo in Algeria. It is McPhy’s first contract to equip a power plant.

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    Rand-Air invests in hurricane booster


    At a time when the Southern and pan-African mining and engineering sectors are facing many challenges, companies are looking for suppliers which can offer them the widest and most robust range of products to assist them in addressing the challenges that they face.

  • AP-SA-Nosa

    Platinum earned at safety awards


    The NOSCAR Awards, dubbed the ‘Oscars of occupational health and safety’, have once again seen Air Products in a starring role this year. Employees from around the country were honoured for their consistent commitment to safety at the company’s nationwide facilities.

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    Foster Wheeler awarded contract by Sasol


    The deal won by the company is an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCm) services contract by Sasol for an Electrical Expansion and Fuel Gas Superheater Project at Sasol’s Temane gas processing facility in Mozambique

  • Pentair-Africa

    Pentair Kenya Office Now Open


    The globally focused company expands its regional presence to support growing customer needs. The new regional office, located in Nairobi’s main business district Westlands, will enable Pentair to provide exceptional customer service in the East African market through local presence.


    Caring for the community in Witbank


    Air Products South Africa has extended a helping hand to the local community to needy Witbank residents with educational-based initiatives and addressing the needs of children.

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    Awards for quality, safety and service held


    Demonstrating once again that quality and safety are top of its agenda, Air Products South Africa has recognised and honoured employees who have stood out in the past year for their outstanding performance in customer service and commitment to the company’s ethos.

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    Afrox first half financial announcement


    Despite achieving price increases broadly in line with increased input costs, revenue for the six months to 30 June 2014 was flat at R2.87bn (2013: R2.86bn). Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) was down 2% at R442 million (2013: R449m).

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    Air Products purchases new ASU


    The South African arm of the business purchased a new ASU from Sasol, the A2100, which paves the way for long-term security of supply.