Sam A. Rushing

Sam A. Rushing

Sam A. Rushing is President of Advanced Cryogenics, Ltd, a major CO2 and cryogenic gas consulting firm operating globally; and a supplier of all types of cryogenic and CO2 equipment to industry.

Please contact us for CO2 consulting expertise.

www.carbondioxideconsultants.com

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    Pressures ease on CO2 sources

    2022-04-11T09:20:00

    The carbon dioxide (CO2) industry relies mostly on by-product sources, the largest sector from fermentation which relies in turn on the gasoline market. Also, by-product from ammonia and reformer operations are two additional major by-product sectors.

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    Challenges and opportunities for cannabis industry

    2022-04-11T09:00:00

    For the last few years, there has been a great deal of excitement surrounding medically available options from the cannabis industry. Further, it becomes more obvious and impressive to find the number of locations where legal cannabis products are offered, many of which are controlled under the auspices of recreational ...

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    Seltzers driving renewed demand

    2021-12-20T17:01:00

    In the developed world markets, such as North America, Europe, and Japan, carbon dioxide (CO2) usage in the food and beverage sector is the largest combined consumption for the commodity. More specifically, these two sectors generally represent around 70% of all merchant usage in the developed economies. In the developing ...

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    Biogas sources present CO2 opportunities

    2021-11-01T09:03:00

    In some global markets, biogas is the common source of methane, otherwise called natural gas, which is used to heat our homes, supply industry with a combustible fuel, and a feedstock agent.

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    The CO2 business in 2021

    2021-02-01T06:00:00

    Here we are, deep into the Covid-19 infection, which has in some ways helped some industries and crippled others. When thinking of carbon dioxide (CO2) sources and activities this year, I projected growth among many industries to be about 3% this year. We have a number of industries which may ...