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US DOI approves permits for Alaska LNG project

The US Department of the Interior (DOI) has approved the issuance of rights-of-way permits across federal lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and National Park Service (NPS) for the $43.4bn Alaska LNG project.

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Pilot LNG unveils Pelican Island LNG project

Clean energy solutions company Pilot LNG has today announced plans to develop a new LNG bunker terminal, Galveston LNG Bunker Port, to be located on Pelican Island.

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Okra Energy awarded LNG contract

Okra Energy Alabama has been awarded a renewable five-year contract to supply LNG to Enestas Energy & Gas’ natural gas liquefaction facility currently under construction in McIntosh, Alabama.

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HOYER strengthens LNG business area

Transport and logistics service provider HOYER Group has strengthened its LNG transport business area in response to the market growth for alternative energies.


Chart reports Q2 2020 results

Chart Industries has today reported its second quarter 2020 results with orders totalling $267.6m, $125.1m of which were made in June, marking the highest order month of 2020 to date.


Messer doubles sales in 2019

Family run industrial gas company Messer has today announced that it doubled its sales in 2019 to approximately €2.8bn, compared to the previous year.


Worthington reports Q4 fiscal 2020 results

Worthington Industries has reported net sales of $611.6m and net earnings of $16.2m, or $0.29 per diluted share, for its fiscal 2020 Q4 results ended 31st May 2020.

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Peru: An oxygen market in focus

As Peru soars up the unwanted pecking order of those countries so severely hit by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and scenes describe a chronic lack of oxygen supply, gasworld looks at the make-up of the country’s gases business, with data from gasworld Business Intelligence.


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Helium recovery via SEPURAN®


Specialty chemicals group Evonik collaborated with Linde Engineering to set up a first-of-its-kind helium purification facility using a hybrid process of membrane and Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology in Mankota, Canada, four years ago. Alex Evans, Business Development Manager, Membranes, at Evonik Corporation, here explains how SEPURAN® works and the ...

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Air Liquide chosen by Sasol for Africa ASU

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The company has been chosen to build, own and operate the world’s largest oxygen production unit for Sasol in South Africa. The ASU will have a total capacity of 5,000 tonnes of oxygen per day – a milestone in the history of industrial gas production.

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Artemis 1 rocket piece arrives at Kennedy Space Center


This is the second to last piece of hardware for the Artemis 1 test flight around the Moon arriving at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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IACMI receives grant for tank development


The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) is set to receive $2.7m from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop and validate technology that will reduce the cost of manufacturing high-performance carbon fibre to make composite natural gas or hydrogen fuel tanks to power cars and trucks.

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Linde partners with 3D Medlab


Linde has started pioneering research into how atmospheric conditions in the additive manufacturing process can be optimised to produce complex latticed structures for medical devices.

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New carbon capture technique developed for power plants


A new development in carbon capture technology could provide an efficient and inexpensive way for natural gas power plants to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from flue emissions, a necessary step to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Volkswagen’s first LNG car carrier arrives in the US

The Volkswagen Group’s first LNG-powered car freighter has arrived in the port of Davisville, Rhode Island, US.


Qatargas delivers first Q-Flex LNG cargo

Qatargas has delivered the first cargo of LNG on a Q-Flex LNG carrier to the Adriatic LNG receiving terminal in Italy.

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Coin ceremony held for MSC Cruises' first LNG ship

Global cruise line MSC Cruises has held a coin ceremony for its first LNG-powered ship, MSC World Europa.

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RegO eyes “additional opportunities”

RegO Products is looking forward to “additional opportunities” following the ruling to authorise bulk transportation of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail in the US.


Chart supplies Calcasieu Pass LNG facility

Installation of the first equipment to liquefy natural gas at the Calcasieu Pass LNG facility is currently under construction in Cameron Parish, Louisiana.