Rob Cockerill

Rob Cockerill

Rob Cockerill is the Global Managing Editor of gasworld magazine. Having joined gasworld as news desk journalist in 2007, Rob has exclusively interviewed some of the leading figures in the industrial gases business, and now heads up all editorial in his role as Managing Editor.

Rob is responsible for all editorial planning, a regular speaker at events and commentator on the industry, and heavily involved in setting the themes and agendas for gasworld events.

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+44 1872 225031
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    gasworld launches Africa Virtual Event


    Continuing its commitment to the global exchange of knowledge, news, views and intelligence, gasworld has announced the launch of its Africa Virtual Event this September.

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    Reflections on a new era in medical oxygen


    With the news that Air Liquide and Linde have entered into unprecedented agreements to provide increased access to medical oxygen in low and middle-income countries, a major milestone is achieved both in the fight against Covid-19 (coronavirus) and in the gases industry.

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    Pioneering oxygen agreements: What do they constitute?


    With the news that unprecedented medical oxygen agreements have been reached with Air Liquide and Linde, respectively, a pathway is forged to increased access to medical oxygen in low and middle-income countries.

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    Air Liquide, Linde join major medical oxygen initiative


    Unitaid and the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) have in the last 12 hours announced unprecedented agreements with Air Liquide and Linde, respectively, for improved access to medical oxygen.

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    Spotlight on Cornwall for G7 Summit


    The spotlight has firmly been on Cornwall – the proud home of gasworld – as well as the Covid-19 recovery and sustainability as a number of world leaders have convened in person for the first time in two years at the G7 Summit 2021.

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    Why synthetic fuels will be future of motorsport


    Synthetic hydrocarbon fuels ‘will remain a strong part of motor racing’ in the future, not least as the only form of sustainable fuel capable of enabling the same sense of high-octane entertainment and enjoyment that we’re used to.

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    Zero Petroleum looking for right partners in hydrogen


    Synthetic petroleum is an age-old science proven in photosynthesis and could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation, and Zero Petroleum is looking for partners in the hydrogen value chain to truly realise its potential, as revealed in an interview with gasworld.

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    Why synthetic petroleum could be key to decarbonisation


    It’s an age-old science proven in photosynthesis and the engineering feats of previous decades – and Zero Petroleum believes synthetic hydrocarbon fuels could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation. Here, gasworld explains why…

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    Zero Petroleum: Synthetic fuels in sustainable energy


    An age-old science proven in photosynthesis and engineering feats of previous decades could hold the key to near-term decarbonisation, as Zero Petroleum Director Paddy Lowe explains in an interview with gasworld.


    Market drivers for air gases in Europe


    An exclusive interview with Eduardo Gil Elejoste, President of Nippon Gases Europe, by Rob Cockerill.

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    Oxygen boosting


    HAUG oxygen compressors for efficient gold extraction, an insight from Sauer Compressors Group.

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    Connective compression


    Sandeep Gadkary, Director of Compressors Division at the SIAD Group, discusses the compression technologies of tomorrow and why he sees himself as a ‘change agent’ in an interview for gasworld with Rob Cockerill.

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    10 minutes with…Christian Pic


    Take 10 minutes out with Christian Pic, Managing Director of MIL’s SAS, and learn more about the company’s focus for 2021.

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    bp on Net Zero and the role of CCUS


    For many, the blue versus green hydrogen debate is null and void today, it’s a fait accompli that we need both to co-exist in the short-medium-term at the very least.

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    Oxygen: Preparedness vs unpredictability


    One has to wonder when we’ll see the end of these devastating stories of Covid waves and resulting oxygen supply that seems to ebb more than it flows, at least on the face of it.

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    India reaches out to the global gas community for help


    As India continues to grapple with a surge in Covid-19 cases and an escalating oxygen crisis, the country is turning to the international industrial gas community for urgent help in meeting its oxygen needs.

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    India: What do we know about its Covid crisis?


    With India enduring a critical second wave of Covid-19, the country’s oxygen supply, hospital beds capacities and economic recovery are all being severely challenged.

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    Writing new chapters in Europe


    Rob Cockerill reflects on the changing outlook for the European industrial gases business, against a backdrop of decarbonisation, digitisation and a divergence in local landscapes.

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    India: A call to arms in oxygen supply and distribution


    Just weeks ago, we saw the positive announcement of eight new ASUs to be constructed in India, and now a product of air separation – oxygen – is in the headlines in India for all the wrong reasons, writes Rob Cockerill

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    Preview: The connective compression coming to the industry


    The industrial gases industry is in the midst of transformational change, across the supply chain. Bergamo-based Italian innovator the SIAD Group is keenly aware of this change and actively in the process of building resilience through supply chain optimisation and diversification.

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