All Regional articles – Page 2

  • Rio de Janeiro Brazil

    Regional markets extra: Brazil taking a lead in CO2 from fermentation


    Brazil has experienced changes with respect to its sugarcane-based sources for carbon dioxide (CO2), and current and future plans for some project changes to cellulosic sources as well. Here, Sam A. Rushing explains why Brazil is taking a lead with CO2 from fermentation.

  • August 2014 SF3 Bubbles Water

    Solutions to cutting CO emissions in water treatment


    In regions where water is scarce, particularly in the Middle East, carbon emissions associated with the use of water in all types of industries, particularly the electricity and gas industries are of increasing concern. Water treatment specialist Veolia explores developments in desalination.

  • August 2014 Beautiful Earth North America

    Consolidation in carbon dioxide


    If mergers and acquisitions (M A) activity over the last 12 months is anything to go by, then the merchant carbon dioxide CO2 business has come through the economic slowdown with renewed interest. Here, gasworld looks at a significant shift in the US merchant CO2 business.

  • August 2014 Alex Gaggin

    10 minutes with...Alex Gaggin


    Take 10 minutes out with Alex Gaggin, Market Manager: Oil and Gas, Chemical and Mining at safety company Dräger, who tells us about the products and services that the company provides, where these might be used in the industrial gases industry, and what’s new with Dråger in 2014.

  • Pipes refinery

    Increasing pressure on refining margins, says report


    An additional 11.7 million barrels per day (mmbd) of Crude Distillation Capacity (CDU) will come online globally between 2014 and 2020, with an annual average of 1.6 mmbd, says a new report from GlobalData – a dynamic which it is claimed will impact negatively upon refining margins.

  • Compressor station.

    Linde opens Vienna hydrogen station


    The Linde Group continues to advance the introduction of hydrogen as a fuel, with today’s official opening of the world’s first small-series production facility for hydrogen fuelling stations in Vienna.

  • New acetylene plant.

    Worthington’s acetylene plant complete


    Worthington Industries, Inc. has announced that its acetylene massing plant rebuild is complete, with product now available for customers. The company’s acetylene massing plant in Kienberg, Austria was destroyed in a fire in November 2013.

  • july 2014 Company Profile AirSep

    AirSep Corporation – Synonymous with oxygen generation


    AirSep Corporation, a Chart Industries Company, has been the first choice of many companies for their PSA (pressure swing adsorption) oxygen cylinder filling plants. Since 1987, AirSep Corporation has been showcasing its PSA/VPSA oxygen technology through partnership with industry leaders such as International Paper, Air New Zealand, Pasabahce Glass and ...

  • July 2014 R. Kannan 10 Minutes

    10 minutes with...R. Kannan


    Take 10 minutes out with R. Kannan, President of AIIGMA, who tells us about his new role with the association, its own role in the Indian gases industry, and the future for the country’s gases business.

  • Linde medical gases

    Linde reveals intention to acquire Lincare Holdings Inc., homecare market in focus


    Linde has signed a merger agreement with Lincare Holdings Inc., a US-based homecare health company, at a planned acquisition value of around US$4.6bn.

  • Financial analysis

    Regional Markets – Focus on Central Europe


    From the BRICs last month, to Central Europe this issue. The message remains the same: unperturbed. Here we focus on the industrial gas markets of Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, where the demand for gases is in a somewhat strong growth mode.

  • Emissions from factory

    Linde supplies Germany's national research centre with hydrogen


    The technology company The Linde Group has been awarded a contract to supply hydrogen to the combustion chamber test facilities run by Germany’s national research center for aeronautics and space (DLR) in Cologne.

  • Leaves

    JIMGA tempers Renewable Energy Act


    It has been announced that the Renewable Energy Special Measures Act will go into effect in July 2012. From its introduction, electric power companies in Japan will be obliged to purchase electricity from renewable energy sources.

  • Linde engineers working

    Linde scores Nordic gas delivery system win


    Linde Gases, a division of The Linde Group, is to install a major central gas supply system at the Lappeenranta University of Technology.

  • Air Products towers

    Yun-Nan Liu wins Air Products 2011 Chairman's Award of Excellence


    Air Products 2011 Chairman’s Award of Excellence has been presented to Yun-Nan Liu, Technical Director of LNG for the firm.

  • SF6 analyser Cambridge Sensotec

    Cambridge Sensotec introduces SF6 single gas analyser


    Due to increasing customer demand for a cost effective single gas SF6 analyser, Cambridge Sensotec has released the Rapidox 3100C IR SF6 SGM – the firm’s latest single gas mains analyser.

  • Emissions from factory

    Linde's 'pioneering' green fumigant


    Linde Gases, a division of The Linde Group, has announced plans to launch a new fumigant in cooperation with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) of Australia.

  • Forklift with pallets

    Air Liquide enters venture with Plug Power


    Air Liquide has signed a joint venture with Plug Power, a global forklift fuel cell company.

  • Paper piles

    Praxair China in paper processing contract


    Praxair China has signed an oxygen supply deal with the leading Japanese paper manufacturer, Oji Paper Co.

  • Gas Transport and Storage Summit 2012

    Reader discount on Gas Transport and Storage Summit


    WTG Events are offering gas world readers £200 discount on the Gas Transport Storage Summit 2012.