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    Mikropor began its journey in 1987 with a passion to create ‘tomorrow’s technology’ and has gone on to become one of the leading manufacturers of atmospheric air filtration solutions, compressed air treatment systems and gas generation systems for a variety of industries since then.

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    Understanding Lean Six Sigma


    Understanding Lean Six Sigma, how it came to be, and how it’s driving efficiencies in the gases industry, with Art Anderson.

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    Air Canada looks to achieve net-zero targets with Carbon Engineering technology


    Carbon Engineering’s direct air capture (DAC) technology, which captures carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, could be a key catalyst for Air Canada as it strives to achieve net-zero ambitions by 2050.

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    Q&A: Hydrogen vehicles decarbonising the industry


    Technology partner Expleo has undertaken research revealing that 84% of automotive leaders believe hydrogen-powered vehicles can help reduce the automotive industry’s carbon emissions. Although there’s widespread openness to adoption of the technology, deployment is currently being hampered by a lack of necessary infrastructure development.

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    $60m cryogenic pump testing facility opens in Pennsylvania


    A new $60m state-of-the-art cryogenic pumps testing facility is now open in Jeannette, Pennsylvania.

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    Teledyne to exhibit ‘unique’ gas detectors at ADIPEC 2021


    French company Teledyne Gas and Flame Detection (Teledyne) will showcase its gas detection systems at the ADIPEC 2021 event to be held 15th – 18th November 2021 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

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    Women in Gases: An interview with Becky Rix


    Having been part of the industrial gases market since 2018, when she started working at UK-based Roadgas, Becky Rix has built up a passion for both the industry she is immersed in and the role she plays within it today.

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    GTT receives order for four new LNG carriers


    Containment system expert GTT has received an order for four liquefied natural gas carriers (LNGC’s) from its partner, Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI).

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    HeidelbergCement sets focus on CCUS


    German company HeidelbergCement reiterated its strategy to focus on carbon capture and utilisation or storage (CCU/S) due to its importance in decarbonising the atmosphere.

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    CleanBC wins climate solution award at COP26


    A British Columbia (BC), Canada-based carbon clean up solution, the CleanBC Program for Industry, has won an award at the COP26 event in Glasgow.

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    US DOE aims to remove ‘gigatonnes’ of CO2 with new initiative


    The US DOE has announced a new initiative, entitled the Carbon Negative Shot, that aims to remove gigatons of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) and store it for less than $100/tonne of net CO2-equivalent.

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    SINTEF: We cannot go back to ‘business as usual’ after COP26


    “We cannot go back to ‘business as usual;’ coming out of COP26 there must be an advanced level of accountability and transparency on any climate goals set, since we are currently way off track to meet Paris targets.”

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    Why the water nexus is such a hot topic


    Water: It’s a human need and source of contention as old as civilisation itself, writes Rob Cockerill, as he explains the challenges ahead in water-stress and the opportunity in water treatment applications.

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    MOL completes multi-hull CO2 carrier concept study


    Shipping giant Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has completed its concept study of the multiple hull forms for a liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) carrier undertaken with Mitsubishi Shipbuilding (MSB).

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    Equigas talks challenges, trends and opportunities with gasworld TV


    Business is certainly booming for Equigas – and the family run business  believes there is still plenty of opportunities to come as the US industrial gases market continues to grow.

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    Afrox extends welding capabilities with ‘proven’ new solution


    South African gas and welding products supplier Afrox has improved welding capabilities for onsite work by building a new construction site solution centred around its Multi-User Pressure Panel (MUPP) and combining its Miller ArcReach offering with its GasReach range.

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    Clean technologies, how can they support an energy transition?


    During the ongoing COP26 event, much has been written about the financial requirements of supporting a clean energy transition, including the necessary reduction in subsidies of fossil fuels and the increase in clean energy technology investment. But what are these technologies? Three key emerging sectors that are set to play ...

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    FuelCell Energy, ExxonMobil extend carbon capture agreement


    Fuel cell technology company FuelCell Energy (FuelCell) and energy giant ExxonMobil have extended their Joint Development Agreement through April 2022 to continue working together on carbonate fuel cell technology designed to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial and power sectors.

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    BCGA issues revision to TIS 22: Connecting gas cylinders


    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has published a revision to its TIS 22 Connecting gas cylinders, detailing safety procedures when connecting gas cylinders to equipment.

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    LDetek’s new LDCryo helps generate ultra-high purity helium


    Sensor tech manufacturer Process Sensing Technologies (PST) has released a new cryogenic trap system to ensure ultra-high purity (UHP) helium carrier gas purity for gas chromatographs (GCs).