6th Dec - Bob Carrell

2019 in Review: Hoffer Flow Controls

In the latest instalment of the 2019 in Review Series, Hoffer’s Bob Carrell shares his dreams for the company’s future, including seeing its cryogenic flow meters in orbit on vehicles around the Moon and Mars to provide refuelling services for interplanetary space vehicles.

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2019 in Review: Wystrach

Proud to launch a new product to the market next year, Wystrach CEO Wolfgang Wolter is excited to tell gasworld about the company’s 2020 plans, as well as looking back on the previous 12 months, in the latest instalment of our 2019 in Review Series.

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Air Liquide chosen by Sasol for Africa ASU

The company has been chosen to build, own and operate the world’s largest oxygen production unit for Sasol in South Africa. The ASU will have a total capacity of 5,000 tonnes of oxygen per day – a milestone in the history of industrial gas production.

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AMETEK introduces new analyser

AMETEK Process Instruments has introduced its latest analyser, the WDG-V UOP/RP, for oxygen measurement in continuous catalyst regeneration (CCR) platforming/catalytic reforming processes.

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Major companies join Dutch carbon capture project

Project Porthos has signed an agreement with Air Liquide, Air Products, ExxonMobil and Shell to collectively work on preparations for the capture, transport and storage of carbon dioxide in Rotterdam.

6th Dec - Bob Carrell

2019 in Review: Hoffer Flow Controls

In the latest instalment of the 2019 in Review Series, Hoffer’s Bob Carrell shares his dreams for the company’s future, including seeing its cryogenic flow meters in orbit on vehicles around the Moon and Mars to provide refuelling services for interplanetary space vehicles.

5th Dec - Wolfgang Wolter

2019 in Review: Wystrach

Proud to launch a new product to the market next year, Wystrach CEO Wolfgang Wolter is excited to tell gasworld about the company’s 2020 plans, as well as looking back on the previous 12 months, in the latest instalment of our 2019 in Review Series.

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Air Liquide chosen by Sasol for Africa ASU

The company has been chosen to build, own and operate the world’s largest oxygen production unit for Sasol in South Africa. The ASU will have a total capacity of 5,000 tonnes of oxygen per day – a milestone in the history of industrial gas production.

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AMETEK introduces new analyser

AMETEK Process Instruments has introduced its latest analyser, the WDG-V UOP/RP, for oxygen measurement in continuous catalyst regeneration (CCR) platforming/catalytic reforming processes.

Equipment Profiles

CO2 Cylinders

An introduction to… CO2 purity analysis

By published in gasworld magazine

Foe or friend? Not everything is bad about carbon dioxide. As a greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are one of the major contributors to climate change, but at the same time there exists a growing demand for high purity CO2 used in a variety of industrial, research and medical ...

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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

By CryoGas International staff

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

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ERA invests $1.4m in CCS

The Government of Alberta is making $1.4m of funding available through Emissions Reduction Alberta to support a $3m feasibility study which focuses on carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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Svante partners with Cross River

Svante Inc., formerly Inventys, has signed a collaboration agreement with Cross River Infrastructure Partners LCC to develop industrial scale carbon capture projects in North America.

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Kief Cannabis: Putting the craft back into cannabis

If you had asked Adam Bromley when he arrived in Winnipeg, Canada in 2010 what he would be doing as a job in nine years’ time, working in the cannabis industry wouldn’t have crossed his mind.

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MAN Energy Solutions celebrates milestone

MAN Energy Solutions has delivered its 100th locally-produced RIKT compressor, bound to drive a state-of-the-art air separation unit (ASU) built by Air Liquide E&C Solutions for the Ruixing Group.

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SoCalGas and PNNL receive $300,000

Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have received $300,000 in funding to advance an integrated carbon capture and conversion to methanol (ICCCM) process.