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.
To mark Clean Air Day today, clean cold expert Dearman has announced the signing of agreements with two major Chinese organisations, in the shape of the China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group (CECEP) and the Chengdu Industrial Asset Management Group (CIAM).
German LNG Terminal GmbH, the joint venture behind the LNG terminal project in Brunsbuettel, Northern Germany, is to start the EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) pre-qualification process this month.
Air Liquide has announced the signing of two long-term supply agreements with Marathon Petroleum Company for a total of up to 900 tonnes per day (tpd) of oxygen for Marathon’s refineries in Texas City, Texas and Garyville, Louisiana.
This week marks one year since the biggest carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage of recent years erupted.
The semiconductor industry is at the cusp of what is widely expected to be a rapid, multi-year expansion cycle powered by new end-markets and growth opportunities in revolutionary technology segments such as artificial intelligence (AI), Blockchain, machine learning, and autonomous vehicles.
When we think of Industry 4.0 and the wave of digitisation sweeping throughout industry and society alike, we tend to focus on the technology and operational change that it brings. The electronics gases business is largely overlooked and yet entirely intrinsic to this digital revolution.
As with the wider gases industry, there is no one single trend in the industrial gas valves business right now, rather a set of overarching megatrends that are shaping growth in this business. These range from healthcare and homecare to hydrogen and clean fuels, all of which encompass digitisation in-between.
It’s widely known that the global demand for refinery hydrogen has been increasing at a significant rate over the past decade or more, due to a variety of factors from changes in available crude feedstocks and tighter environmental regulations, to growing adoption of hydrogen as a fuel in its own ...
Having read the forthright retort of SCCS to the UK Government’s efforts on tackling climate change, I have to say I couldn’t agree more. It definitely seems as though the UK has had the handbrake on when it comes to actual tangible action.
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.