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    CCSA calls for Energy Bill to focus on enabling of carbon capture, hydrogen


    Following the Queen’s Speech made earlier today (May 10th), the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) has called for the Energy Security Bill to include additional legislative proposals to enable carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS).

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    MAN Energy Solutions’ pump tech ready for largest CO2-based heat pump plant


    German energy solutions company MAN Energy Solutions (MAN) has announced that its heat pump technology has passed the Factory Acceptance Test in Zurich, Switzerland and is now ready to be supplied to the largest carbon dioxide (CO2)-based heat pump plant of its kind.

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    Air Liquide, Lhoist ink deal to decarbonise Dunkirk lime industry


    The notoriously hard-to-abate lime industry in France’s Dunkirk area is set to undergo a decarbonisation drive following a deal signed between Air Liquide and lime producer Lhoist, which aims to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions at France’s largest lime production plant located in the Hauts-de-France region by more than 600,000 ...

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    WBA delivers message on biomethane and Russian gas


    The World Biogas Association (WBA) has focused on the potential for biomethane to help reduce the EU’s reliance on Russian gas in the latest announcement by its Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton.

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    Air Water invests in Taiwan semiconductor gas industry


    Japan-based gas and engineering firm Air Water Inc. (Air Water) has expanded its operations in Taiwan following a USD$2m investment into Hong-Kuang Hi-Tech Co., Ltd (HK), a semiconductor-related gas dealer headquartered in the country.

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    Sauer Compressors appoints new CSO


    German gas compression specialist Sauer Compressors (Sauer) has appointed Dirk Slottke as its new Chief Sales Officer (CSO).

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    Germany expands LNG import capacity to end reliance on Russian gas


    As the Russia-Ukraine war continues to dominate headlines, Germany is making moves to reduce its reliance on Russian natural gas by employing floating storage regasification units (FSRUs) from energy company Uniper and Norwegian vessel operator Hoegh LNG.

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    Carburos Metálicos to supply clean hydrogen for H2PORTS


    Air Products group company Carburos Metálicos is advancing the scope of its hydrogen solutions through an initiative led by Fundacion Valenciaport called the H2PORTS project.

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    UK to advance carbon storage potential


    A partnership between three leading UK authorities aims to help meet the UK reach its carbon storage targets of 20-30 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per year by 2030, and over 50 million tonnes by 2035.

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    Messer, Medclair collaborate on analgesic gases solution


    Medical gas specialist Messer is working with Swedish research and development company Medclair to reduce the environmental impact of analgesic gases while also improving occupational safety for medical personnel.

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    Reducing CO2 in the chemical industry through CCU


    A new study published by the Renewable Carbon Initiative (RCI) has explored the potential for reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the energy intensive chemical and derived material industries by using carbon capture and utilisation (CCU).

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    Philippines using Oxair systems to save lives


    Australia-based gas processing system specialist Oxair is supplying its pressure-swing adsorption (PSA) oxygen generation systems to the Philippines, helping to ensure a continuous flow of life-saving oxygen to patients.

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    Servomex relocates Middle East office to enhance regional support


    UK-based gas analysis company Servomex is increasing the scope of its local support in the Middle East by relocating its UAE office from Sharjah to Abu Dhabi.

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    Svanehøj wins CO2 pump supply contract for Northern Lights


    Danish marine pumps specialist Svanehøj has been awarded a contract to supply two carbon dioxide (CO2) carriers with pump systems.

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    Air Liquide, Lotte Chemical to advance hydrogen economy in Korea


    A joint venture between Air Liquide Korea and global chemical company Lotte Chemical will see the two partners scaling up South Korea’s hydrogen economy through investment into large scale hydrogen filling centres in the cities of Daesan and Ulsan.

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    Taking telemetry to the next level in the industrial gases market


    With cost of living going up for many individuals, families and businesses across the globe, being able to secure the right price for needed or desired items is key. The same applies when it comes to remote monitoring devices and services for the industrial gases market, a trend which is ...

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    Transformational process offers nickel-plated cylinders at scale


    With the planned investment in new wafer fabs in the Midwest and Southwestern US, it is likely that there will be an increase in the demand for electronic specialty gas cylinders to support the expanded market. Many of the cylinders used for specialty gases have been nickel-plated to preserve the ...

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    Common challenges in gas distribution systems


    Properly maintained gas distribution systems are critical to ensuring refineries, research facilities, laboratories, and other industrial sites can operate safely and efficiently. Members of the team, such as lab and reliability managers, engineers, and operations staff, are tasked with ensuring the integrity of those gas distribution systems in support of ...

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    Indian Oil Corp eyes the carbon capture opportunity for clean hydrogen production


    Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) is looking to clean-up operations at its Gujarat oil refinery with carbon capture and utilisation technology that could capture almost 700,000 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions annually from its steam methane reforming (SMR) based hydrogen generation unit.

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    BCGA annual conference 2022 review


    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA)’s 2022 conference marked the organisation’s first such event since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Guest speakers discussed a range of topics, including the transport of dangerous goods and how industry can influence change, the potential for anaerobic digestion to provide sustainable energy, hydrogen ...