Rob Cockerill is the Global Managing Editor of gasworld magazine. Having joined gasworld as news desk journalist in 2007, Rob has reported from a number of international industry conferences and events, exclusively interviewed some of the leading figures in the industrial gases business, and now heads up all editorial in his role as Global Managing Editor.
A regular reporter, feature writer and columnist, in his current position Rob is particularly responsible for all magazine content and editorial planning.
The global helium business is never far from the headlines and with the market currently crunched, as a backdrop of growing demand is met by an ever-decreasing capacity on the commercial table, industry strives for more information on the future dynamics in this sector.
The industrial gases business is on the verge of a whole new wave of growth and development, as various global megatrends shape the way the industry moves forward.
SIAD Macchine Impianti S.p.A. (SIAD MI) ended 2018 in great shape, having completed important negotiations with two highly prestigious customers in the Gulf Area.
We are living in a time when mankind is learning most about the effects of its actions on the planet and its inhabitants, when a war is being waged on emissions and the unnecessary products of our existence (think plastic waste), and sustainability is the word of a generation, globally.
For some, the carbon dioxide (CO2) shortages of 2018 in Europe and Mexico will live long in the memory. For the media and public at large, it was a ‘storm in a pint glass’. For many end-users it became a crisis in their operations.
The growth rate for industrial and specialty gas consumption is not uniform across the world, with demand often driven by a country’s GDP growth and therefore fluctuating across the established and emerging economies. As GDP rises and lifestyles improve, generally speaking the demand for gases also picks up.
weeklyMuch of the talk today is about clean fuels, green energy and the hydrogen economy in particular. Taking the next step in a diversified energy mix has never been more important. But there is little doubting our continued reliance on the oil and gas business in the here and now, ...
Think of water and the chances are you’ll picture vast oceans and waves, or remember that reminder you have to keep your daily water intake at a certain level, or you might even think of a burst water main that you were inconvenienced by recently.
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.
Where do you begin when talking about e-commerce? If we look at first impressions, do you think threat, or opportunity? Perhaps it conjures thoughts of ‘missed opportunity’. Or do you simply think of Amazon? For many, it will be a combination of these responses.
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.