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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Following their successful launch this summer when hundreds of industrial gas professionals tuned in for discussion and debate, gasworld webinars return this week with a three-part series devoted to helium markets and sponsored by Evonik.
At the turn of the year, I had written about five key areas to watch out for in the global industrial gases business, from the economic climate through to digitisation and the clean energies transition. The industry is simultaneously challenged by these dynamics and takes opportunities in driving them forward.
EVOL LNG, the LNG business of Wesfarmers in Australia, has announced that it will soon begin supply of LNG to the Davyhurst Gold Mine in Western Australia.
Helium Shortage 3.0, clean fuels, and digitisation have all been pressing talking points in the global industrial gases business in 2020 – a year so dominated and affected by the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Against this backdrop, gasworld is launching its first ever virtual event.
It’s been a successful 20 months of life under TNSC for the new Nippon Gases Europe, but with a wealth of opportunities for growth and a determination to expand its market share. “We are not planning to be 10% forever,” affirms President Eduardo Gil Elejoste, in an exclusive interview for ...
In a week full of quarterly financials and the broader backdrop of a year so clearly dominated by Covid-19, it would have been easy to miss the significance of two key stories recently concerning the basic building blocks of the industrial gases industry, writes Rob Cockerill.
The provision of oxygen – and its supply chain – has been at the forefront of the fight against Covid-19. Yet it has always been one of the most important, life-saving gases used in medicine, since the 1800s in fact – so what is ‘supplemental oxygen’ and how is it ...