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    In focus…Underground hydrogen storage


    Energy efficiency, economics, and commercial deployment, as explained by sbh4 Consulting’s Stephen B. Harrison.

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    10 minutes with…Marcel Bartels


    Take 10 minutes out with Marcel Bartels, CEO of Schwanner, as he discusses the nascent hydrogen economy and the challenges ahead.

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    The environment, refrigerants and safety


    An insight into the increasingly environmentally-conscious world of refrigerants and where it meets the world of detection and analysis, from IGD. 

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    Burckhardt Compression, HRS sign hydrogen refuelling deal


    Compression specialist Burckhardt Compression (Burckhardt) has signed an agreement with hydrogen mobility expert Hydrogen-Refueling-Solutions (HRS), formerly TSM, to collaborate on various hydrogen mobility projects.

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    ‘Soaring’ global gas prices: India’s $14bn fertiliser budget to increase


    As gas prices continue to rise unabated, the reliance of India on imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a fertiliser feedstock could see the government increasing its US$14bn (Rs1 trillion) fertiliser subsidy budget, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

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    Hydrogen: hope or hopium?


    On the eve of gasworld’s annual Hydrogen Edition, I thought I’d share some thoughts on a very different kind of challenge we face in the transition to a hydrogen society. 

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    European Commission to speak at gasworld summit


    gasworld returns to Budapest, Hungary next month to deliver its Europe Industrial Gas Summit 2022, and will do so with the European Commission confirmed on the agenda.

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    Messer starts up new nitrogen generator in China


    Industrial gases giant Messer has expanded its China operations following the start-up of a new generator in Xiangtan, Hunan Province announced today (7th March).

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    Germany reduces reliance on Russian gas with new LNG terminal


    Energy companies Gasunie, KfW and RWE signed an agreement last Friday (4th March) that will see a collaboration on the joint construction of an energy terminal for the import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Brunsbüttel, Germany.

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    New CCUS Hub platform launched to support carbon reduction


    The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) – a CEO-led initiative that aims to hasten the industry response to climate change – has launched The CCUS Hub, a web-based platform that helps identify carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) hubs on a global basis.

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    DTEK gives update on Ukraine energy systems during crisis


    One of Ukraine’s biggest energy companies, DTEK Group (DTEK), gave a weekly briefing yesterday (3rd March) on its recent efforts to sustain operations of Ukraine’s energy systems and current power-outages in parts of the country.

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    Perstorp submits €97m proposal for EU Project Air


    One of Sweden’s most prominent chemistry groups, Perstorp, has renewed its application to the EU Innovation Fund for Project Air – a project that aims to build a sustainable methanol production facility in Stenungssund, Sweden.

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    CNG Fuels opens ‘world’s largest’ low-carbon refuelling station for HGVs


    The UK is set to accelerate its efforts to decarbonise heavy transport following the introduction of the world’s largest public access renewable biomethane refuelling station which opens today (3rd March) in Avonmouth, near Bristol.

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    Energy group safeguarding Europe’s LNG supply


     An association of 84 companies involve in global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade is working to ensure that a stable supply of LNG remains available as the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to escalate.

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    A less unpredictable future for helium?


    In gasworld’s latest webinar, ’Helium: Markets Reimagined, Part 1’, helium expert and President of Kornbluth Helium Consulting, Phil Kornbluth, joined the team for a conversation around all things helium including the potential for increased market volatility during the current Russia/Ukraine conflict.

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    Can LNG replace Russian gas in Europe?


    European LNG imports reached a record high in January 2022 and could go a little higher if Russian pipeline gas supply falls, or even stops completely.

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    DTEK provides free energy to Ukraine services during conflict


    One of Ukraine’s biggest energy companies DTEK Group (DTEK) has revealed that it will provide electricity to hospitals, army and bakeries in three regions free of charge as hostilities persist between Russia and Ukraine.

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    Santos, COC2RC inks CCS deals with Korean firms


    Australian energy company Santos will collaborate with CO2CRC and three South Korean energy firms to accelerate development of carbon dioxide (CO2) storage facilities in Australia and other areas of the Asia Pacific (APAC region), including Bayu-Undan in Timor Leste.

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    WELTEC starts up new biogas plant in Japan


    German biogas and biomethane plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER (WELTEC) has commissioned a new biogas plant in Saitama Prefecture – 40km north of Tokyo – in Japan, marking the company’s fourth such plant to begin operations in the country.

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    DTEK works to ensure Ukraine's energy stability as crisis intensifies


    Energy company DTEK is set to take anti-crisis measures to ensure stability of Ukraine’s energy sector as Russia/Ukraine tensions continue to intensify.