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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).

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


    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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    Exclusive: Oxygen now part of public health architecture


    We were woefully unprepared to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, and the oxygen industry now needs to accept that it’s part of the public health architecture of the world, says Leith Greenslade of the Every Breath Counts Coalition.

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    Reflections on a new era in medical oxygen


    With the news that Air Liquide and Linde have entered into unprecedented agreements to provide increased access to medical oxygen in low and middle-income countries, a major milestone is achieved both in the fight against Covid-19 (coronavirus) and in the gases industry.

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    Pioneering oxygen agreements: What do they constitute?


    With the news that unprecedented medical oxygen agreements have been reached with Air Liquide and Linde, respectively, a pathway is forged to increased access to medical oxygen in low and middle-income countries.

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    Air Liquide, Linde join major medical oxygen initiative


    Unitaid and the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) have in the last 12 hours announced unprecedented agreements with Air Liquide and Linde, respectively, for improved access to medical oxygen.

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    Global CCS Institute CEO to step down


    After a decade at the helm of the Global CCS Institute, CEO Brad Page is stepping down from the role, the Melbourne-based international think-tank announced today (27 th Jan).

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    BOC launches welding workhorse


    BOC South Pacific has launched what it describes as its “most powerful” MIG MAG machine yet, nicknamed ‘The Beast’.

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    IEEFA: There will be no smooth sailing for LNG investors in Vietnam


    LNG suppliers and gas power developers looking at making Vietnam an essential LNG market should not expect to replicate the success of renewable energy seen recently in the country, says new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).

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    12 Days of Content: BOC South Pacific


    One of BOC South Pacific’s goals for 2020 was to continue working with customers in the emerging hydrogen and clean energy sectors.

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    Introducing… A Christmas Twist: The 12 Days of Content


    Coronavirus (Covid-19), carbon dioxide (CO2) – or the lack of it – and clean energies have been the big talking points of 2020 across the industrial gases industry. It’s been an unprecedented year, one that none of us could have imagined 12 months ago.

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    Samsung Engineering to build $1.07bn methonal plant in Malaysia


    Samsung Engineering will build a $1.07bn methanol plant in Malaysia for Sarawak Petchem.

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    Virtual Event 2020: Dawn of a new era in industrial gases


    The inaugural gas world Virtual Event 2020 appeared to usher in a new era for the global industrial gases business earlier this week, as it explored a crescendo of new market opportunities that are converging on the industry and providing the launchpad for the next wave of growth.

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    Sanjiv Lamba: Asia-Pacific building momentum, learning to live with Covid


    “We will get back to a pre-Covid recovery, I have no doubt about that and I’m quite optimistic about how Asia-Pacific is performing and moving forward. But the reality also is, we are learning to live with this virus. We are learning to co-exist and survive, and this economic recovery ...

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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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    gasworld launches weekly news bulletin


    gasworld has today launched a new weekly news bulletin of the key stories you need to know from across the global industrial gases business, as part of its gasworld TV platform.

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    Australia and Singapore to work together on CCUS


    Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) is a priority area of a new deal signed today (26 th Oct) by Australia and Singapore, as the two countries look to advance cooperation on low-emissions technologies and solutions.

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    Santos successfully stores CO2 underground


    Australian energy major Santos today (22nd Oct) said it has successfully injected approximately 100 tonnes of carbon dioxide deep underground into depleted gas reservoirs in the Cooper Basin.

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    Fact check: Blue Star Helium and the Las Animas prospects


    Due to recurring shortages of helium and its increased commercial value, there has been an unprecedented amount of activity related to exploration for new helium sources in recent years.