A world-first pilot project which will convert Australian brown coal to hydrogen for export to Japan has been approved by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) today.
The food and beverage industry has enjoyed the benefits of using industrial gases and technologies for decades, improving food quality, preservation and safety in increasingly intricate ways. This In Focus… will explore three key applications in the food and beverage sector and the latest trends shaping them.
The Australian Labour Government are investing $1.14bn in a National Hydrogen Plan to make Australia a world leader in the burgeoning hydrogen (H 2 ) industry.
Ports of Auckland has been approved for part-funding for the purchase of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles from the Government’s Low Emission Vehicles Contestable Fund (LEVCF), administrated by the Energy Efficiency and Conversation Authority (EECA).
Bangkok Industrial Gas (BIG), a joint venture between Thai investors and Air Products and Chemicals Inc, proceeds with plans to develop a second hydrogen (H 2 ) plant in Map Ta Phut, Rayong, in line with the Thailand government’s strategy to promote the use of H 2 as an ...
ITM Power, UK-based energy storage and clean fuel company, has sold four 250kW electrolyser systems totalling 1MW to three different customers across Australia.
Having just returned from gasworld’s Asia-Pacific Industrial Gas Conference 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the sense of optimism for the region as a whole – let alone particular pockets of high growth – was exuded throughout the event and the many conversations within it.
gasworld talks exclusively to Air Liquide’s Bernard Dhainaut, Vice-President for Southeast Asia and Pacific region, about the growing digitisation of the gases industry and where Air Liquide sees the next stage of its SIO platform developing.