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gasworld launches exciting new webinar series

Against a backdrop of change, and with a continued commitment to connecting the global gases industry, gasworld has launched a dynamic new series of industrial gas webinars.

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Avocados can be cryogenically frozen for future generations, new research finds

A researcher at the University of Queensland in Australia has become the first person ever to freeze the tips of avocado shoots in liquid nitrogen and successfully revive them to create healthy plants in a bid to protect the world’s avocado supplies.

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EVOL LNG to supply Davyhurst gold project in Western Australia

EVOL LNG, the LNG business of Wesfarmers in Australia, has announced that it will soon begin supply of LNG to the Davyhurst Gold Mine in Western Australia.

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gasworld launches Virtual Event

Helium Shortage 3.0, clean fuels, and digitisation have all been pressing talking points in the global industrial gases business in 2020 – a year so dominated and affected by the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Against this backdrop, gasworld is launching its first ever virtual event.

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Petronas launches LNG virtual pipeline system solution

Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has launched a LNG virtual pipeline system (VPS) solution via its regasification terminal in Pengerang, Johor.

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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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Better times ahead

When The Linde Group revealed its first quarter 2017 results on 28th April, it completed a week of seemingly positive financials among the major players. So what are these signs of encouragement, and how much can we read into them?

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TNSC reveals future growth expansion plans

Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation (TNSC) has revealed a finalised version of its new four-year medium-term management plan in which it aims to ‘emerge onto a still wider stage.’

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Aquaculture

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Aquaculture is again in focus in Singapore as the country prepares to scale up local food production against a backdrop of coronavirus-driven disruptions to global supply chains.

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Air Products inks long-term contract in Malaysia

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Air Products has inked a long-term onsite contract with a global leader in memory and storage solutions to supply a new state-of-the-art facility in Penang, North Malaysia.

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University of Newcastle develops carbon capture nanotechnology

2020-09-03T08:47:00+01:00By

Scientists at the University of Newcastle in Australia said they have used tiny structures found in clay as a ‘template’ to create a new material capable of capturing carbon dioxide emissions.

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Keppel says its FLNG conversion solution achieves 33% GHG emission savings

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Singapore-based Keppel Offshore & Marine says converting an old LNG carrier into a floating LNG producer saves approximately 33% of greenhouse gas emissions compared to building a new floating liquefaction vessel (FLNG).

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Industry players collaborate on Singapore CCUS project

2020-07-02T10:50:00+01:00By

Keppel Data Centres, Chevron, Pan-United and Surbana Jurong, with the support of the National Research Foundation, have joined forced to jointly develop the first end-to-end decarbonisation process in Singapore.

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University of Newcastle develops carbon capture nanotechnology

Scientists at the University of Newcastle in Australia said they have used tiny structures found in clay as a ‘template’ to create a new material capable of capturing carbon dioxide emissions.

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Singapore’s Minister for Trade & Industry to open Gastech virtual summit

Singapore’s Minister for Trade & Industry, Chan Chun Sing, will open the Gastech Virtual Summit 2020, taking place digitally from 7th to 11th September.

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Hyundai unveils world’s first LNG-powered container ship

Hyundai Heavy Industries Group has today unveiled the world’s first LNG-powered container ship.