More from North America – Page 18

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    Raise a glass to the new cryo markets


    Despite various factors affecting carbon dioxide (CO2) availability, the expanding brewing and cannabis sectors are still managing to obtain supplies. As Sam Fatoohi, of telemetry maker Pulsa, was recently quoted when addressing the availability of CO2: “It appears that folks who need it can get it.” But that doesn’t mean ...

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    If you drive less than ten minutes down the road from NASA Johnson Space Center, you would quickly appreciate the amount of businesses which support the aerospace industry and related technologies that are imperative within the market. One of these businesses is Ad Astra Rocket Company, located about 20 miles ...

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    Finding a competitive edge


    Ratermann Manufacturing recently opened its first cryogenics focused location, strategically located in Houston, Texas. The past year has presented a number of interesting challenges and many companies across the globe have focused on streamlining their product choices and optimizing supply chain. As the world returns to the “new normal” as ...

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    Liquefaction expertise creates opportunities


    A year after its acquisition by giant cryogenic equipment manufacturer Chart Industries, Inc., Allentown-based Cryo Technologies sat down with gasworld US to talk through what the deal means for both companies.

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    Warning: arriving late to e-commerce will cost you


    At the conclusion of GAWDA’s 2021 Annual Convention, the Association presented its most prestigious Award of Excellence to Ken Thompson, a 60-year veteran in the packaged gases industry. gasworld US caught up with Ken to ask him to reflect on the most meaningful disruptive changes he recalls, and what challenges ...

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    Coming up for Air


    From semiconductors to steal and even molecules, the world has been dealing with pandemic-related product shortages for nearly two years now but for Absolute Air the end is in sight.

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    Industry battles supply chain challenges


    More than 60% of respondents to the latest Baird/gasworld Survey reported a significant supply chain disruption in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2021.

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    PurityPlus Annual Meeting recap


    The IWDC’s annual PurityPlus Meeting hosted a record number of PurityPlus and IWDC members, industry experts, and vendor partners at the Gila River Resorts and Casinos in Chandler, Arizona in January.

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    Desert Mountain Energy completes helium well drilling


    Desert Mountain Energy has completed the drilling of well #6 for helium in the MacCauley helium field, located in Arizona, US.

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    Messer to showcase new cryogenic solutions at Seafood Expo


    Messer’s new Wave Impingement Freezer, which combines the efficiency of nitrogen impingement freezing with a wave-action, will be showcased at the upcoming Seafood Expo North America in Boston.

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    ExxonMobil makes major blue hydrogen and carbon capture commitments in the US


    ExxonMobil wants to produce one billion cubic feet of blue hydrogen daily at its integrated refining and petrochemical site in Baytown, Texas, US.

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    Total Helium now trading on OTCQB®


    Total Helium is increasing its visibility as a helium exploration production and storage solutions company, having announced its trading on the OTCQB® Venture Market.

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    CCS plans unveiled for the Port of Corpus Christi


    Commercial carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) opportunities are being explored at Texas’ Port of Corpus Christi, with a newly formed partnership unveiling ambitious plans to sequester between six and ten million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually.

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    Electronic Specialty Gas Conference set for October


    Linx Consulting’s Electronic Specialty Gas Conference will be held in person at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona, from 19th to 21st October.

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    Helium shortages threaten US semiconductor and medical imaging markets


    As helium supply continues to tighten in the US, key businesses that rely on a consistent supply in the country, including semiconductor manufacturers and operators of magnetic resonance image (MRI) machines, are beginning to feel an impact.

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    Chart reports record-breaking Q4 and full year 2021 results


    2021 marked a historical year for Chart Industries, with the cryogenic equipment manufacturer today (24th Feb) reporting record-breaking fourth quarter (Q4) orders of $460.9m and full-year orders of $1.7bn, contributing to a record backlog of $1.2bn.

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    Calaway elected to Air Products’ Board of Directors


    Tonit Calaway has been elected to Air Products’ Board of Directors, effective 1st March (2022).

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    Green light given to ultraclean refining complex


    MMEX Resources has been given the green light to develop its Pecos County, West Texas UltraClean Refinery project, equipped with carbon capture technologies.

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    Messer to construct solar-powered ASU in Texas


    Messer will invest approximately $50m in a new air separation unit (ASU) located in McGregor, Texas, that will be powered by an onsite solar panel array.

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    SHI Cryogenics launches new helium compressor


    SHI Cryogenic Group has introduced its brand-new F-20L Compressor to its line of Freedom helium compressors.