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    McPhy suspends operations in Italy


    French hydrogen specialist McPhy has temporarily suspended operations at its Italy site amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

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    Bacharach releases new product


    Gas leak detection and monitoring instrument manufacturer Bacharach has released a new dual-channel gas detection controller, the MGS-402.

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    Pandemic and the new playbook for business


    If you asked six people to define ‘culture’ you would get several different answers, especially today. Is it the mission? Or how people dress for work? Or is the values behind the culture?

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    Coronavirus: Parker Hannifin “stepping up to deliver”


    Motion and control technology company Parker Hannifin has said that it is helping with front-line effort to combat the spread of coronavirus and support its treatment globally.

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    Chart launches critical care webpage


    Chart Industries has increased production in its global facilities that manufacture the company’s critical care products being used in the fight against coronavirus.

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    Air Products signs $530m hydrogen agreement


    Air Products has signed a $530m agreement with PBD Energy through which it will purchase five hydrogen steam methane reformer hydrogen production plants.

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    Coronavirus: Bloom Energy refurbishing ventilators


    Californian clean energy company Bloom Energy has joined forces with Almo Corporation to refurbish ventilators in order to support the US healthcare system during the spread of coronavirus.

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    Helium: Covid-19 cuts shortage as demand drops


    Global helium markets have been impacted by Covid-19 in several ways, writes Phil Kornbluth as the first instalment of insights and thought leadership from gasworld’s Editorial Advisory Board.

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    Messer: No shortage of gaseous oxygen admist coronavirus


    Messer has confirmed the security of its supply to existing customers it not currently at risk amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Coronavirus: Cee Kay introduces new pick up procedure


    In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Cee Kay Supply has implemented a new order pick up procedure for the safety of its employees and customers.

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    Coronavirus: Spectron adapts production


    Pressure regulators and equipment manufacturer Spectron, part of the Messer Group, is adapting its production to manufacture priority medical equipment for oxygen supply.

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    Covid-19 is causing a global economic slowdown


    China has established itself as the most dominant country among the emerging economies. However, when Wuhan City in Hubei became ground zero for COVID-19 outbreak, it resulted into a pronounced slowdown in the global economy, including the oil and gas industry, says data and analytics company GlobalData.

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    Coronavirus: Air Liquide and Carburos Metálicos partner


    Air Liquide and Carburos Metálicos have supplied medical gases to a new emergency field hospital at the IFEMA exhibition centre in Madrid, Spanish media reports.

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    Exclusive: AirGenics converting cylinders into medical oxygen


    For the last two weeks US second-generation retest company AirGenics has been working around the clock to convert inert gas cylinders into medical oxygen cylinders to meet the soaring demands for oxygen needed to treat coronavirus patients.

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    Preview: Packaged gas tracking technologies


    Although the design of handheld scanners has rapidly improved since those early days, its costs have remained fairly high, and upfront investment is probably the major factor that has held back some in the industrial gas industry from adopting automated tracking systems.

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    Atlas Welding offers face mask donation service


    Atlas Welding Supply has said that it will pick up any unused face masks and donate them to local health centres in the Alabama area to support medical professionals during the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Taylor-Wharton expands distribution


    Taylor-Wharton has expanded distribution of its cryogenic liquid cylinder, MicroBulk, bulk tanks and LNG products in Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa.

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    Air Liquide supporting US healthcare system


    Air Liquide is standing ready to support the critical efforts of the healthcare industry and US Government in combating the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic in the US.

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    Preview: The Plains Report


    The Plains region is the sixth largest industrial gas market out of the eight regions in the US, and revenues generated by the commercial industrial gas market in the Plains amounted to just under $1.7bn in 2019. That amount is a jump from $1.14bn in 2009, indicating an average annual ...

  • Taiyo Nippon Sanso (TNSC) is one of the Tier 1 global industrial gas companies, and parent company of US-based MATHESON.

    TNSC develops trace moisture analyser in nitrogen


    Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has successfully developed a trace moisture analyser in nitrogen using properties from a metal organic framework (MOF) with optical characteristics that change depending on absorption and desorption of moisture.