Hydrogen plays a critical role in the oil and refining business, and is often described as the industry’s key enabler. It is fundamental to converting the crude oil of today into modern-day fuels and products, while also complying with ever-tightening environmental mandates.
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.
Protecting carbonated beverages from carbon dioxide contamination, an insight from Gary Robson, Head of Sales – Beverage for Unisensor GmbH and Managing Director of Sure Purity Ltd.
gasworld interviews Aniruddha Sharma, CEO of Carbon Clean Solutions Limited, about the company’s continued progress in the field of carbon capture and what the next steps are for its patented CO2 separation solvent technology making carbon capture commercially attractive.
Wurzen, a Saxonian town close to Leipzig, might seem small at a first glance. However, the town has gained an outstanding international reputation for its gas separation plants, which have been built there since the mid 1950s. An integral part of this history is CRYOTEC Anlagenbau GmbH.
Climeworks is moving the needle on CO2 capture, writes Rob Cockerill in an interview with Christoph Gebald and Louise Charles.
When it comes to valves, the issue of high tightness to environment is becoming more and more important. Nowhere is this more true than in the case of future gas applications in growing sectors – such as new gas transportation concepts that involve hydrogen, or the use of helium in ...
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.