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    Air Gases: Q&A (Parts 1 & 2)


    On Friday 8th October and Friday 15th October, gasworld welcomed several guests to discuss all things air gas related during Part 1 and Part 2 of the Air Gases webinar series. Part 1 of the Q&A saw global managing editor Rob Cockerill joined by industry experts Stephen B. Harrison, Managing ...

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    Evonik focuses on demand and scalability for SEPURAN tech


    The latest gasworld TV webinar, Air Gases Part 2, saw guest Jörg Balster, Director at Evonik, speak about Evonik’s membrane technology and its importance within both the industrial gas sector and its ‘real-world’ applications. He also delved into the company’s innovative SEPURAN membrane range and the importance of demand and ...

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    Evonik, Arencibia focus on air gases with gasworld TV


    Air gases were once again in focus today (15th Oct), when gasworld’s Global Managing Editor, Rob Cockerill, was joined by Dr. Jorg Balster of Evonik, and Thomas Scaramellino of Arencibia, for part two of gasworld’s air gases webinar series.

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    New white paper considers compressor choices


    A new white paper from gas transfer and compression solutions manufacturer Haskel outlines the key considerations and choices to be made in selecting high pressure gas and liquid compression equipment.

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    Significant large-scale ASU growth ahead


    We are leaping ‘orders of magnitude’ from mega-scale to giga-scale hydrogen projects globally, and with that will come significant growth in large-scale ASU (air separation unit) projects. That’s the verdict of Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director of sbh4 consulting, speaking during gasworld’s Air Gases webinar last week.

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    Alphasense celebrates 25th anniversary of sensor development


    UK-based gas detection sensor manufacturer Alphasense has marked a major milestone by reaching its 25th year in business.

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    MOF-based membranes to help upgrade biogas


    With biogas upgrading being limited by the amount of energy required by separation technologies such as cryogenic distillation or liquefaction, new methods involving Metal-Organic Framework (MOF)-based membrane technology are being considered.

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    Linde starts up new hydrogen facility in the US Gulf Coast


    Linde has today (Oct 21) started-up a new hydrogen production facility in Texas, US, taking the company’s total hydrogen capacity to approximately 1.5 billion cubic feet per day.

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    Holcim, Cool Planet developing CO2 capture plant in Germany


    Sustainable technology company Cool Planet Technologies Limited (CPT) will push for decarbonisation efforts using membrane gas separation technology along with Holcim Deutschland GmbH (Holcim).

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    Air Products Membrane Solutions launched


    Air Products has unveiled a new brand identity for its membrane business units, as it moves all its former business entities under one name to advance collaboration and innovation.

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    Saulsbury, Chart Industries join forces on liquid hydrogen plant project


    The North American hydrogen market is set to benefit from yet another 30-tonnes-per-day hydrogen liquefaction facility.

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    Wärtsilä, Solvang join forces to retrofit carrier with CCS


    System manufacturer Wärtsilä Exhaust Treatment (Wärtsilä) has partnered with Norwegian shipping company Solvang ASA (Solvang) to help decarbonise the shipping industry by agreeing to retrofit a carbon capture and storage (CCS) system on Solvang’s Clipper Eos ethylene carrier.

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    Air Liquide acquires H2V Normandy


    Air Liquide has acquired H2V Normandy as it looks to develop as 200MW electrolyser system to produce green hydrogen for industrial and heavy-duty mobility applications in Normandy, France.

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    Carbon Re to receive £1m investment to slash CO2 with AI tech


    UK-based climate tech company Carbon Re is to receive a £1m cash injection to boost development of its artificial intelligence (AI) technology that aims to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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    UK Gov commits to hydrogen and CCS in landmark Net Zero Strategy


    The UK Government has today (Oct 19) reaffirmed its strong commitment to both hydrogen and carbon capture technologies, with the launch of a landmark Net Zero Strategy that is set to unlock £90bn ($124bn) of private investment by 2030 as the country strives to achieve net zero by 2050.

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    ChartWater, IHE Delft Institute team up on new treatment processes and applications


    ChartWater™ is teaming up with researchers at the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education to support the development of new water treatment processes and applications.

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    Axens celebrates 10th anniversary of adsorbent range


    Clean fuel solutions provider Axens is celebrating ten years of its adsorbent ranges AxSorb and AxTrap.

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    HZI to deliver Swiss project with CO2 liquefaction plant


    Switzerland-based cleantech company Hitachi Zosen Inova AG (HZI) has won a contract to construct a carbon dioxide (CO2) liquefaction plant for CO2 Energie AG (CO2 Energie), based in Nesselnbach.

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    Atlas Copco acquires Eugen Theis


    Atlas Copco has acquired Eugen Theis, a Germany-based distributor of vacuum equipment and service solutions.

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    Leybold completes TURBOLAB range with Core vacuum system


    Vacuum specialist Leybold has announced its new small plug-and-play high vacuum pumping system, the TURBOLAB Core (Core), which marks the completion of its TURBOLAB series of products.