With reports swirling around the availability of oxygen supply during these difficult times of continued coronavirus outbreak, gasworld sheds light on what the actual supply situation is with oxygen in Europe.
At a time when the world is quite literally gripped by the outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19) and healthcare systems all over the world are pushed to their limits, there has arguably never been such spotlight placed on medical oxygen supply.
gasworld has launched its Europe Industrial Gas Summit 2020 in style, with the confirmation of no less than three senior executive leaders within the European gases business as speakers for the event this June.
Associated British Ports (ABP) and Drax have received and unloaded the largest shipment of sustainable biomass which arrived at the Port of Immingham earlier this week.
Modern societies and economies produce increasing amounts of organic waste that can be used to produce clean sources of energy, with multiple potential benefits for sustainable development.
Hydrogenics and Alstom Transport have penned a deal to develop and commercialise hydrogen powered commuter trains in Europe.
OJSC Uralcryomash has announced Fiscal 2013 end-of-year financial results of 2.6bn (RUB) compared to 459m (RUB) recorded by the company in the previous comparable term.
Net sales of gas increased by RUB 244,291m, or 20%, to RUB 1,488,417m in the six months ended June 30, 2013 compared to the six months ended June 30, 2012.
In many ways, the timing for this month’s focus on the Europe market could not be more apt – growth forecasts in Europe have recently been released and the EU looks set to lose one of its members in the UK as ‘Brexit’ comes to fruition.
Linde has been awarded a contract to provide engineering, procurement and site services based on its proprietary technology for the cracker unit of SIBUR’s Amur Gas Chemical Complex (GCC).
More oil and gas companies than every are taking action to decarbonise, with the proportion expecting to increase or maintain investment in decarbonisation rising from 54% to 71% in 12 months.
SIAD has opened a new €35m ($28.3m) air separation plant (ASU) in Gyöngyös, Hungary.
The Global CCS Institute has appointed Philip Bainbridge as its new Chair of the Board.
Over the past six months, the Global CCS Institute has welcomed 12 new members from the industrial, financial and energy sectors, taking its total number of members to 65.
With the news that three senior executive leaders within the European gases business are confirmed to speak at gasworld’s Europe Industrial Gas Summit 2020 this June, here we look at the profile of those esteemed keynotes.