Chart Industries’ IPMSR® process and equipment will be used in Cheniere’s Corpus Christi Stage Three LNG export terminal project.
Chevron USA is set to purchase two million tonnes per annum of LNG from Venture Global, under two sales and purchase agreements inked on Wednesday (22nd June).
INEOS Energy has entered the global LNG market, having today (22nd June) inked an agreement for the potential purchase of 1.4 million tonnes per annum from the US.
Italian energy company Eni has become the newest partner in the North Field East (NFE) expansion project after being selected by QatarEnergy for a 25% interest in the joint venture (JV).
The widespread effect of sanctions on Russian commodity exports could help accelerate growth in sectors such as liquefied natural gas (LNG), causing an acceleration in the ongoing energy transition, according to a new analysis by Wood Mackenzie.
Chemical vapor deposition and materials provider CVD Equipment Corporation has reported its first quarter (Q1) 2022 results, with revenue of $4.7m.
“Despite the global economic environment and significant energy, environmental and geopolitical challenges facing our world, the Air Products team continues to deliver on our commitments and our higher purpose as a company.”
Linde today (28th April) reported its first quarter (Q1) 2022 financial results, highlighting sales of $8.2bn and operating profit of $1.5bn, both representing a 13% growth versus the prior year quarter.
“There was strong growth in this first quarter, which reflects a good level of activity and demonstrates the group’s resilience in a context marked, notably, by inflation and the war in Ukraine.”
Cryogenic air separation forms the basis for the generation of large-scale industrial gases. Linde, one of the most prominent names in the industry, was formed in 1879 by German scientist and engineer Carl von Linde.
Siemens Energy (Siemens) and Air Liquide are aiming to level up Europe’s hydrogen economy by collaborating to produce industrial scale renewable hydrogen electrolysers.
Following its invasion of neighbouring Ukraine earlier this year, Russia was slammed with a multitude of EU-imposed sanctions that have impacted a range of industries within the country.
Direct air capture (DAC) specialist Climeworks has taken the latest step on its journey to reach gigatonne carbon capture capacity by starting work on its new DAC and storage facility, Mammoth.
Plans for a new carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) project in British Columbia have been unveiled to decarbonise the operations of one of Canada’s leading mining companies.
KAG Energy is expanding its US footprint, having confirmed new business in the Midwest.
French multi-energy company TotalEnergies has signed a deal with QatarEnergy to undertake a joint venture as part of the ‘world’s largest’ liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, North Field East (NFE).
Equinor will purchase 1.75 million tonnes of LNG annually from US-based Cheniere Energy under a new 15-year agreement inked on Thursday (9th June).
Having become the first company to mass-produce high-manganese steel for cryogenic use, South Korean steel manufacturer POSCO has received approval from energy giant ExxonMobil to use the material to store and transport liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Engineering company HYSYTECH will supply European electric utility firm Edison Spa with two integrated biogas upgrading and biomethane liquefaction plants following an agreement signed between the companies.
Energy giant Shell will work with two of Japan’s biggest gas companies Tokyo Gas and Osaka Gas to explore solutions that will help reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across the company’s production value chains.