All articles by Rob Cockerill – Page 10

  • CRYOTEC
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    CRYOTEC: Technical gas solutions, tailor-made in Germany

    2019-02-04T10:03:00Z

    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.

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    CO2 sourcing and supply

    2019-02-04T10:01:00Z

    Few in the carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) business will be in any doubt about the fine line of supply the industry seems to be walking at the moment. Though it has perhaps long been the case that the CO 2 markets are somewhat hanging in the balance, last ...

  • Gebald-Portrait-Climeworks
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    “Our goal is ambitious, but you have to think big”

    2019-02-04T09:28:00Z

    Climeworks is moving the needle on CO 2 capture, writes Rob Cockerill in an interview with Christoph Gebald and Louise Charles.

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    CO2 Summit 2019 preview

    2019-02-04T08:48:00Z

    When gas world hosted its first ever CO 2  Summit in March 2017, the emphasis was on bridging the supply gap, with some regions like the US expected to experience significant supply-demand imbalance in the years ahead as end-user applications continue to grow.

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    BCGA 2019 preview

    2019-02-01T15:18:00Z

    The British Compressed Gases Association’s (BCGA) 2019 annual conference will look at safety, security and the environment at The Marriott Hotel Country Club in Worsley Park, Manchester, on Thursday 11 th  April.

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    Electronic Fluorocarbons expands Hatfield site

    2019-01-11T08:00:00Z

    Electronic Fluorocarbons is expanding both its facilities and its workforce at its new Hatfield site in Pennsylvania, with the addition of a 32,000-square-foot extension to the existing production plant.

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    Abydee Butler Moore named Butler Gas President

    2019-01-08T21:35:00Z

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Butler Gas Products Company has named Abydee Butler Moore as its new President, becoming the company’s third-generation president in its 71-year history.

  • Valves in helium applications
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    An introduction to...Valves in helium applications

    2019-01-04T14:41:00Z

    When it comes to valves, the issue of high tightness to environment is becoming more and more important. Nowhere is this more true than in the case of future gas applications in growing sectors – such as new gas transportation concepts that involve hydrogen, or the use of helium in ...

  • Focus on emerging economies (Asia)
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    Regional markets - Focus on emerging economies

    2019-01-04T14:33:00Z

    Having just returned from gasworld’s Asia-Pacific Industrial Gas Conference 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the sense of optimism for the region as a whole – let alone particular pockets of high growth – was exuded throughout the event and the many conversations within it.

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    In focus...New helium applications

    2019-01-04T14:18:00Z

    Last year marked the 150th year since the discovery of helium, with celebrations at the Helium Time Columns Monument in Amarillo, Texas, at the end of September.

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    Digitisation: the next level in customer collaboration

    2018-12-27T06:00:00Z

    gasworld talks exclusively to Air Liquide’s Bernard Dhainaut, Vice-President for Southeast Asia and Pacific region, about the growing digitisation of the gases industry and where Air Liquide sees the next stage of its SIO platform developing.

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    The industrial gas year that was…

    2018-12-25T06:00:00Z

    What a year 2018 has been. In the almost 15 years that gasworld has been the eyes, ears and increasingly the mouthpiece for the global industrial gases business, we have seldom seen such a year of headlines and transformation.

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    Anticipation and agility in digitisation

    2018-12-05T05:10:00Z

    As part of a panel of speakers here in Kuala Lumpur this morning, I was at the core of discussions surrounding digitisation. It’s a theme I have covered extensively in the last 18 months, though the topic I was tasked with this morning was a perhaps more onerous strand of ...

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    Diverse cultures, shared goals, stronger prospects

    2018-12-04T08:23:00Z

    There are so many slightly altered traditions, customs and processes, and yet the way two people or two businesses from across the world go about their daily lives is incredibly similar. The gases industry is inherently the same too, the difference here is the ‘emerging’ status of the region and ...

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    The New England report

    2018-12-03T08:00:00Z

    Incorporating Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont

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    Regional markets – Focus on South Pacific Rim

    2018-12-03T06:04:00Z

    In 2017, the South Pacific gases market was valued at approximately $3.3bn. This total covers the South East Asian markets of the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

  • Air liquide biogas spridlington ©james bastable
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    Biogas, biomethane and a green future

    2018-12-03T06:00:00Z

    There’s something in the brew in biogas, that brew being biomethane, writes Rob Cockerill.

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    10 minutes with...Don Pachuta

    2018-12-03T06:00:00Z

    Take 10 minutes out with Don Pachuta, of Airborne Labs International, Inc., as he discusses the company’s operations and current areas of focus, as well as his day-to-day duties.

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    Solid results for Linde

    2018-11-15T11:44:00Z

    These appear to be a very solid, if not impressive set of results for the soon to be supplanted Linde Group, ahead of its mega-merger with Praxair in the New Year.

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    Linde to resolve shares transfer

    2018-11-02T11:37:00Z

    Linde Intermediate Holding AG has confirmed its intent to resolve the transfer of shares held by minority shareholders of Linde AG as the next step in its mega-merger with Praxair.