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f-cell: Day two

Worldwide hydrogen and fuel cell market overviews have been the focus here at day two of the f-cell conference in Stuttgart, Germany.

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f-cell: Day one

Hydrogen and fuel cell landscapes in Germany and China, hydrogen as an energy vector and commercialisation of heavy-duty fuel cell trucks were just some of the areas discussed at the f-cell event here in Germany.

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EU biomethane and hydrogen targets are not enough

Europe has great decarbonisation potential with renewable gases and hydrogen. But unless strong regulatory measures are put in place, these won’t have sufficient access to the market, thereby putting the EU’s decarbonisation objectives at risk.

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Oxford Flow opens new office

Oxford Flow, a pressure control equipment company, has expanded its office space in Oxford due to increase demand.

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Gasum opens LNG station

A new gas filling station offering liquified natural gas (LNG) and liquified biogas (LBG) for heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) has been opened by Gasum in Sweden.

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Linde releases “strong” Q2 results

“Linde employees delivered strong financial results” said CEO Steve Angel as the Irish-domiciled company today released its second quarter 2019 results.

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McPhy: Excellent sales momentum

Excellent sales momentum, the launch of smart hydrogen station architecture for heavy-duty vehicles and the inauguration of France’s first refuelling station for hydrogen buses

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Air Liquide reveals 2019 first-half results

The signing of several long-term contracts, inauguration of its Tokyo Innovation Campus and investments in carbon-free hydrogen production are three of the highlights from Air Liquide’s first half of 2019.

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Atlas Copco releases Q2 results

Swedish industrial company Atlas Copco Group has today released its second quarter (Q2) results.

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50+ years of quality vaporisers

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Cryonorm has been providing bespoke vaporiser solutions and services to the industrial air gases industry since its inception in 1962.

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f-cell: Day two

2019-09-11T14:49:00+01:00By

Worldwide hydrogen and fuel cell market overviews have been the focus here at day two of the f-cell conference in Stuttgart, Germany.

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f-cell: Day one

2019-09-10T16:07:00+01:00By

Hydrogen and fuel cell landscapes in Germany and China, hydrogen as an energy vector and commercialisation of heavy-duty fuel cell trucks were just some of the areas discussed at the f-cell event here in Germany.

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HeidelbergCement and Equinor sign MoU

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HeidelbergCement and Equinor have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the development carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

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Atlas Copco introduces new technology

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Atlas Copco and Processing Division will introduce its new cryogenic high-pressure BOG handling technology at Gastech 2019.

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Nottingham showcases “world’s largest” CNG bus fleet

Nottingham City Transport (NCT) is now operating the “world’s largest” number of double decker buses powered by gas.

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Atlas Copco introduces new technology

Atlas Copco and Processing Division will introduce its new cryogenic high-pressure BOG handling technology at Gastech 2019.

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DNV GL looks to CCS technology

Gas and variable renewables will be the only energy sources for which demand is higher in 2050 than today, but they must work together alongside greater uptake of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to secure a rapid energy transition.