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McKinsey: Reflection on 2021 global LNG and European pipeline flows

2022-05-23T14:26:00+01:00By Gillian Boccara, Konrad Boszczyk, Nicholas Browne, Berend Heringa

For liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, 2021 was another unprecedented year. After the volatility, uncertainty, and record-low spot LNG prices caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the LNG market moved in the opposite direction in 2021.

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    The outlook in green hydrogen


    The world is on the move. The turbulence in the energy markets, with a sharp rise in the price of coal, gas and oil, is the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel age. At COP26 in Glasgow, it became abundantly clear that, in addition to renewable energies, green ...

  • A transition from rural life to a more industrialised ecomomy is under way in Viet Nam

    CCUS potential in Vietnam

    2022-02-15T21:42:00+00:00By Stephen B. Harrison

    Decarbonisation can bring opportunities for industrial gases, explains Stephen B. Harrison, Managing Director, sbh4 consulting.

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    In focus… The electronics market in 2022


    Rob Cockerill looks at the current trends in the electronics sector, future expectations, and what all of this means for the specialty gases business – and helium in particular.

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