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The outlook in green hydrogen

The world is on the move. The turbulence in the energy markets, with a sharp rise in the price of coal, gas and oil, is the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age. At COP26 in Glasgow, it became abundantly clear that, in addition to renewable energies, green ...

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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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Linde signs deal to supply new semiconductor plant in Singapore

Linde will build, own and operate a state-of-the-art SPECTRA generator plant to produce ultra-high purity nitrogen and oxygen for a new multi-billion-dollar semiconductor fabrication plant in Singapore.

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Air Liquide, Pertamina to explore low-carbon technology solutions in Indonesia

Indonesian national energy company Pertamina is looking to decarbonise its activities with carbon capture and hydrogen technologies, having today (Jan 24) inked a deal with Air Liquide.

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Petronas and Shell ink CCS deal

Petronas has joined forced with Sarawak Shell Behad (Shell) to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) collaboration opportunities in Malaysia and the wider southeast Asia region.

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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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Vietnam vying for emerging hotspot status

As gasworld prepares to host its first ever virtual event next week, focused on the Asia-Pacific markets, we take a look at a market most certainly in everyone’s future thinking when it comes to this enterprising region – Vietnam.

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Indonesia economic growth slows sharply

A recession is widely thought to be on the horizon in Indonesia after the South East Asian country recorded its weakest GDP growth since 2001 in first quarter (Q1) 2020.

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Renergen raises AUS$10m for South African project

Alternative and renewable energy business Renergen has raised AUS$10m ($7m) in a secondary listing on Australia’s stock exchange.

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The outlook in green hydrogen

The world is on the move. The turbulence in the energy markets, with a sharp rise in the price of coal, gas and oil, is the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age. At COP26 in Glasgow, it became abundantly clear that, in addition to renewable energies, green ...

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Linde signs deal to supply new semiconductor plant in Singapore

2022-02-03T11:45:00+00:00By

Linde will build, own and operate a state-of-the-art SPECTRA generator plant to produce ultra-high purity nitrogen and oxygen for a new multi-billion-dollar semiconductor fabrication plant in Singapore.

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Air Liquide, Pertamina to explore low-carbon technology solutions in Indonesia

2022-01-24T11:19:00+00:00By

Indonesian national energy company Pertamina is looking to decarbonise its activities with carbon capture and hydrogen technologies, having today (Jan 24) inked a deal with Air Liquide.

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Petronas and Shell ink CCS deal

2022-01-12T12:01:00+00:00By

Petronas has joined forced with Sarawak Shell Behad (Shell) to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) collaboration opportunities in Malaysia and the wider southeast Asia region.

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Australian Government expands functions of ARENA; hydrogen and CCS a focal point

2021-07-30T08:37:00+01:00By

New regulations brought in by the Australian Government today (July 30) will see the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) support next generation technologies, such as clean hydrogen and carbon capture and storage, to reduce emissions in the country.

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Haskel receives order for landmark Australian hydrogen station development

Haskel Hydrogen Systems’ hydrogen station and dispenser technology is set to be deployed at Australia’s first commercial, hydrogen-powered heavy vehicle refuelling station at Port Kembla, New South Wales.

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Specialty gas calibration mixtures

Stephen B. Harrison explains why the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is setting the pace of change when it comes to specialty calibration gas mixtures.

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Sembcorp, Chiyoda, Mitsubishi ink hydrogen deal in Singapore

Sembcorp Industries, Chiyoda Corporation and Mitsubishi Corporation want to develop a commercial-scale, decarbonised hydrogen supply chain in Singapore as part of a newly inked Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).