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A long hot summer ahead for the US CO2 market

It’s looking like a long hot summer ahead for the US carbon dioxide (CO2) market, with some areas in the states witnessing a tightening in supply.

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LOOP: Turning methane into green graphene

The race to decarbonise heavy industry has given birth to innumerable innovations within the clean fuel sector. From low carbon liquefied natural gas (LNG), and biofuels to carbon capture and storage (CCS), and the myriad colours of hydrogen, industry is evolving and it’s taking no prisoners. The new technologies spawned ...

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Commerce, content, connectivity and communication: The four C’s of B2B e-commerce explored on gasworld TV

The world we live in today is arguably more connected than ever. It goes without saying that the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) really changed how businesses and consumers operate, as the shift to the digital world became very apparent. This desire for digital, however, still remains very strong, despite the re-opening ...

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CO2 GRO secures second contract with Hidroexpo

A second CO2 Delivery Solutions™ unit will soon be installed at Hidroexpo’s greenhouses in El Salvador, Central America, following a successfully completed trial.

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Canada’s Port Moody to be transformed into a hydrogen hotspot

Port Moody in British Columbia will soon be a port equipped with brand-new technology that could produce up to 2,500 tonnes of clean burning hydrogen annually from natural gas.

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A long hot summer ahead for the US CO2 market

It’s looking like a long hot summer ahead for the US carbon dioxide (CO2) market, with some areas in the states witnessing a tightening in supply.

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LOOP: Turning methane into green graphene

The race to decarbonise heavy industry has given birth to innumerable innovations within the clean fuel sector. From low carbon liquefied natural gas (LNG), and biofuels to carbon capture and storage (CCS), and the myriad colours of hydrogen, industry is evolving and it’s taking no prisoners. The new technologies spawned ...

MicrosoftTeams-image

Commerce, content, connectivity and communication: The four C’s of B2B e-commerce explored on gasworld TV

The world we live in today is arguably more connected than ever. It goes without saying that the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) really changed how businesses and consumers operate, as the shift to the digital world became very apparent. This desire for digital, however, still remains very strong, despite the re-opening ...

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CO2 GRO secures second contract with Hidroexpo

A second CO2 Delivery Solutions™ unit will soon be installed at Hidroexpo’s greenhouses in El Salvador, Central America, following a successfully completed trial.

Equipment Profiles

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Sparkfree Antibacterial Multipurpose Cylinder Wrench

One new product to look out for in 2022 is a spark-free, antibacterial multipurpose cylinder wrench which is now available for use in the following industries: industrial gases, welding, home healthcare, biotech, and pharmaceutical.

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Witt enters ‘new dimension’ of gas analysis

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Gas technology manufacturer Witt has extended its PA gas analysis range into a ‘totally new dimension of gas analysis,’ revealing an updated version of its ‘PA 7.0’ analyser.

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ABB launches self-averaging flowmeter

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Global technology company ABB has launched a new self-averaging flowmeter, offering a more versatile and cost-effective solution for gas, liquid and steam measurement.

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Nel upgrades multipurpose H2Station

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Nel ASA has launched a revamped version of its H2Station® which now includes up to three separate dispensers connected to one fuelling module.

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INFICON simplifies gas analysis with new system

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Critical sensor technology manufacturer INFICON aims to simplify and accelerate gas analysis for both onsite and laboratory applications with the introduction of its Micro GC Fusion® 4-Module system.

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New TELEVAC design hits the market

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The Fredericks Company introduces its TELEVAC MX200 Modular Vacuum Controller, a new upgrade with USB and enhanced communications protocols.

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Technip Energies in 'world-first' carbon capture project in Norway

Energy transition technology company Technip Energies (Technip) has been awarded an engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) contract that will see it developing what will be a world-first for carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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Lincoln Electric launches new virtual reality technology

Lincoln Electric has launched an all-new simulator to make virtual welding training smarter, faster and more efficient as it looks to help build the future workforce for the industry.

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WIKA Group releases new high-speed industrial pressure controller

Technology manufacturer Mensor – member of the WIKA Group - has launched the newest device in its lineup of precision pressure controllers, the model CPC3050.

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Blue Star Helium appoints Chief Operating Officer of US business

Blue Star Helium has appointed Peter Kondrat as Chief Operating Officer of its US helium business to help drive its development and productive activities in Colorado.

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Rare gas shortages, recovery, and emerging markets

The global specialty gas industry has been through its fair share of trials and tribulations over recent months. From ongoing concerns over helium production to a potential electronic chip crisis due to a rare gas shortage following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the industry is continuing to face increased pressure.