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    Linde launches new ASU in central Malaysia

    2019-07-24T12:04:00Z

    Linde Malaysia has today started up a new air separation unit (ASU) in central Malaysia.

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    CI Malaysia

    2019-07-19T06:00:00Z

    Engineering and manufacturing company ACD has been providing cryogenic equipment solutions for more than 60 years. The company began in the early 1950s as an off-shoot of Aerojet General in Southern California (US)  manufacturing cryogenic pumps for oxygen.

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    10 minutes with… Lee Kian Chong

    2019-07-19T06:00:00Z

    Take 10 minutes out with Lee Kian Chong, Business Development Director of BNF Industries, as he discusses the company’s plans for 2019, a significant achievement from the last 12 months and studying overseas.

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    Australian hydrogen strategy moves forward

    2019-07-02T08:38:00Z

    A National Hydrogen Strategy in Australia that will open up export markets in Asia is a step closer with the release of consultation papers yesterday.

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    Future-Proofing Summit session 3 recap

    2019-06-26T09:49:00Z

    Dynamic growth is set to continue in the industrial gas markets of China and the wider Asia-Pacific region, and the industry will need to provide the supply chains to match this growth in the future.

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    Future-Proofing Summit session 1&2 recap

    2019-06-26T06:46:00Z

    The wave of digitisation is inescapable and the impact will be a many-splinted thing, were the overarching messages from the progressive opening sessions of gas world’s Future-Proofing Industrial Gases Summit 2019 here in Singapore.

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    Exclusive: Technology forcing the pace of change

    2019-06-26T04:14:00Z

    Technology is forcing the pace of change and the industrial gas business needs to embrace digitisation and drive the new productivity levers of tomorrow.

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    Future-Proofing Summit underway

    2019-06-26T01:15:00Z

    gas world’s Future-Proofing Industrial Gas Operations Summit is underway in Singapore, with discussion and debate surrounding one of the biggest megatrends the industry faces, Industry 4.0 and digitisation.

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    Future-Proofing Summit looms

    2019-06-25T04:30:00Z

    Key decision-makers and forward-thinkers in the global industrial gases business are beginning to gather at the Orchard Hotel in Singapore for the first-ever Future-Proofing Industrial Gas Operations Summit 2019.

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    Linde signs largest single gas contract with ExxonMobil

    2019-06-25T03:25:00Z

    Linde has announced the signature of a long-term agreement with ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. to support the latest multi-billion dollar expansion of the company’s integrated manufacturing complex in Singapore.

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    $50m green hydrogen project confirmed for New Zealand

    2019-06-24T15:00:00Z

    Ballance Agri-Nutrients and Hiringa Energy have confirmed a joint development agreement for a $50m clean-tech project in Taranaki to produce green hydrogen using renewable energy.

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    Peak Scientific expands in Singapore

    2019-06-24T11:50:00Z

    Laboratory gas generation specialist, Peak Scientific, has relocated to a new office facility in Singapore.

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    Necessity is the mother of invention

    2019-06-21T06:00:00Z

    Noble Helium is driving critical new helium exploration efforts. Chairman Walter Jennings and founder and CEO Justyn Wood explain why fledgling Australian helium explorer Noble Helium has the passion, and increasingly the people, to deliver, in an interview with Rob Cockerill.

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    EVOL LNG facility to power Australian mine

    2019-06-17T10:12:00Z

    Kirkalocka Gold Mine in Western Australia is to be powered by a new onsite LNG storage and vaporisation facility after the signing of a long-term arrangement between EVOL LNG and Adaman Resources.

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    CO2CRC gives green light to third phase of CCS project

    2019-06-12T11:32:00Z

    Australia’s leading carbon capture and storage (CCS) research organisation CO2CRC has announced a AUS$45m ($31.3m) final investment decision for the third phase of a CCS project in south west Victoria.

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    CCS key for a decarbonised future

    2019-06-10T11:50:00Z

    Representatives from industry, government, academia and the private sector across the globe recently discussed carbon capture and storage (CCS) at The Global CCS Institute’s workshop at the Innovate4Climate Conference in Singapore last week.

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    Valmec to deliver hydrogen facility

    2019-06-06T15:18:00Z

    Australian energy and infrastructure services company Valmec Limited has been selected by Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) to deliver Australia’s first renewable hydrogen production facility.

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    Renergen raises AUS$10m for South African project

    2019-06-05T10:23:00Z

    Alternative and renewable energy business Renergen has raised AUS$10m ($7m) in a secondary listing on Australia’s stock exchange.

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    Petronas Gas expands nitrogen supply

    2019-06-05T09:57:00Z

    Petronas Gas, a unit of Malaysian oil firm Petroliam Nasional (Petronas), is expanding its supply of nitrogen and industrial gas facilities.

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    Transition to low emissions economy presents opportunity

    2019-06-04T10:30:00Z

    Technologies, including carbon capture and storage (CCS), need to be deployed at scale and at a much faster rate than is currently happening to address climate change, said Brad Page, CEO of the Global CCS Institute.