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Qatargas sends first LNG cargo to Thailand terminal

The LNG producing unit of QatarEnergy, Qatargas, has supplied the first LNG cargo to Thailand’s Map Ta Phut LMPT2 LNG terminal.

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AirPower Technologies strengthens ranks with AIGA appointment

One of Asia’s leading industrial and medical gas companies, AirPower Technologies (APT) has become a member of the Asia Industrial Gases Association (AIGA), an organisation that aims to promote safety, health, environmental awareness and security for industrial gases.

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Philippines reuses animal waste for biogas with new digester

A new fixed dome biogas digester is to be built in the municipal abattoir in Baler, Aurora, a province located in the eastern part of Central Luzon, Philippines.

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Japan energy trio team up to reduce CO2 in Malaysia

Japanese energy company Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd. (JAPEX) has signed up with JGC Corporation (JGC) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K Line) to explore the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in Malaysia.

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Linde delivers ‘strong’ Q2 2022 results

Linde today (28th July) reported yet another ‘strong’ set of financials, with its second quarter (Q2) 2022 results highlighting sales of $8.5bn, 12% above Q2 2021.

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Myanmar: From growth hotspot to civil war

Myanmar’s two largest cities – Yangon and Mandalay – were reportedly a vision of uncharacteristic emptiness earlier this week as the public apparently defied the threats of the military junta and stayed at home in an act of peaceful protest. Myanmar has been under military control since February 2021. What ...

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Air Liquide reports third quarter results 2021, positive signs for sales and energy transition projects

Continued success in clean energy was a major highlight of Air Liquide’s third quarter, with multiple hydrogen development partnerships formed across the globe. These were formed against the backdrop of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, which Air Liquide has fought with its continued mobilisation of teams.

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Nippon Sanso Holdings releases Integrated Report

Nippon Sanso Holdings Group (NSHD), formerly known as TNSC, has just issued its Integrated Report 2021, outlining the company’s current financial and structural progress.

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Air Liquide reports 2021 first half results

Continuing to help those in need fight against Covid-19, completing the acquisition of 16 Sasol air separation units (ASUs) and launching its first green bond issue are just some of the highlights from Air Liquide’s first half of 2021.

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Seven decades driving gas analysis: Servomex at 70

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“We’ve got some really exciting things on the horizon. I can’t say too much but we’re really looking forward to the next few months and some game-changing technology,” explains Servomex President Andy Cowan, in an exclusive interview with gasworld’s Rob Cockerill to mark the company’s 70th anniversary.

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Yip’s Chemical in $340m deal for solvents business

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Petrochemical specialist Yip’s Chemical Holdings Limited (Yip’s Chemical) has announced that it will sell a majority stake in its subsidiary Handsome Chemical (Handsome) to investment firm PAG.

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Air Products brings two ASUs on-stream in Asia

2022-05-03T08:12:00+01:00By

Air Products has brought two new air separation units (ASUs) on-stream to provide ultra-high purity industrial gases to one of world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers in Asia.

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Gas Lab puts biogas in the spotlight for carbon capture

2022-03-17T12:56:00+00:00By

Industrial gas manufacturer-exporter SS Gas Lab (Gas Lab) is advancing the environmental and profit potential of biogas and the utilisation of ‘waste’ carbon dioxide (CO2) through its CO2 recycling solutions.

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Atlas Copco acquires HHV Pumps

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Atlas Copco has today (21st Jan) completed the acquisition of HHV Pumps.

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Korea to reduce CO2 with 'world’s first' LNG-cooled data centre

2021-11-25T10:42:00+00:00By

Two South Korean companies have joined forces to develop a data centre that uses liquefied natural gas (LNG) to help reduce the heat generated during operation of IT servers.

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Linde to supply Freeport Indonesia

Linde have announced a long-term agreement to supply PT Freeport Indonesia with high-purity industrial gases.

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ACWA and POSCO take steps towards decarbonising steelmaking

Saudi energy company, ACWA Power and POSCO Holdings, the holding company of steel producer, POSCO Group, have today (19th July) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the joint development of green hydrogen and its green ammonia derivatives.

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DNV and Petronas collaborate to support the development of CCUS

DNV and Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to address the technical, regulatory and business challenges of carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) deployment.