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    Worthington’s acetylene plant complete


    Worthington Industries, Inc. has announced that its acetylene massing plant rebuild is complete, with product now available for customers. The company’s acetylene massing plant in Kienberg, Austria was destroyed in a fire in November 2013.

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    Trends in compressed gases


    Over the past few decades, gas companies have been developing a number of new gaseous mixtures for a vast array of applications in industries ranging from food to welding through to the medical, refrigerant and electronic ones, to name but a few.

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    Regional markets extra: MATHESON sees opportunities in shale gas boom


    As our global analysis explains this month, of the dynamics that the gases industry can control and capitalise on, there is cause for optimism - the energy boom and the headway in healthcare are two significant trends.

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    Booking open for FT European Gas Summit


    The Financial Times is delighted to announce the annual FT European Gas Summit: New Gas Supplies for Europe: Feast or Famine? taking place on Thursday 23 rd October in London, UK. This high-profile international summit will bring together more than 200 leading and aspiring gas suppliers from around ...

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    The year in review – Part 2


    After a first quarter where M A activity got off to a brisk start, considerable project activity was announced globally, and concern began to really mount for the future of security of the US Federal Helium Reserve, today we look at developments in second quarter 2013.

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    The year in review – Part 1


    Amidst the mince pies, sparkling drinks and seasonal festivities, this week gas world looks at the developments that have been making the headlines in the industrial gas and equipment business in 2013.

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    Power demand to see sharp rises, says Siemens study


    Global power demand is set to increase on average by nearly 3% per year over the current and next decade, says a new study from Siemens. What impact, if any, could this have on the power-intensive industrial gases industry?

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    Changing trends in Japanese gases business


    Sharp contrasts are emerging between the sales of gaseous and liquid product in the Japanese market, The Gas Review (TGR) reports, as first quarter 2013 results in the region come under the microscope.

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    Oxymat Exclusive – Merging R&D operations is key move


    Earlier this year, Oxymat A/S announced that it would be bringing all of its research and development (R D) activities from Denmark, Slovakia and China under one roof in Slovakia. The move, it explained, is intended to redouble the company’s focus on product development.

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    Take a first look of our MENA Conference Agenda!


    We are delighted to confirm that the agenda for our upcoming conference taking place in Dubai this December is fast taking shape.

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    Dubai Exhibition Area Booth 50% full


    The gas world Mena conference exhibition is now 50% sold out. With only 3 months left to the leading industrial gas event, time is running out to secure your space on the exhibition show floor

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    Iwatani brings second Union plant online


    Iwatani Corporation has increased its competitiveness in the market with a second CO2 recovery and purification plant from Union Engineering that has recently been put into operation.

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    Grasys plant to test helium potential in Eastern Siberia


    A membrane plant from CIS-based gas technology and equipment company Grasys is set to be one of the first major pieces of equipment deployed in the development of the East Siberian Gas Programme run by Gazprom.

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    TOMCO2 Equipment now named TOMCO2 Systems


    TOMCO2 Equipment Company has changed its name to TOMCO2 Systems, a transition that best describes the many changes in the breadth and sophistication of its products and turnkey CO2 solutions.

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    Helium Stewardship Act of 2013 discussed in Senate hearing


    The latest development in the global helium market has involved a hearing to discuss the proposed Helium Stewardship Act of 2013 introduced by Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Ron Wyden and Ranking Member Lisa Murkowski.

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    GTL pilot plant and customer training centre opens in Ohio


    The Oxford Catalyst Group’s new Customer Training Centre and gas-to-liquids (GTL) Pilot Plant, located at the group’s US-based subsidiary, Velocys, Inc., in Plain City, Ohio is officially open.

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    International Trade Award bestowed upon Scientific and Technical Gases


    Scientific and Technical Gases Ltd (StG) has recently been awarded the ‘International Trade Award’ at a Regional Business Awards evening hosted by its local newspaper publication.

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    BCGA Annual Conference 2013 comes to a close


    With an informed and high-profile presentation from the Right Honourable Michael Portillo rounding-off proceedings, the BCGA Annual Conference 2013 has drawn to a close.

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    BCGA Conference 2013 underway – Gases, safety and economics on the horizon


    The BCGA Annual Conference 2013 is getting underway in Leeds, UK, as new President Sylvie Villepontoux takes to the stage to officially open the event.

  • Specialty gas expansion.

    Expanding specialty gas capabilities for Butler Gas Products


    Butler Gas Products unveiled its new specialty gas facility in March, pursuant to its model of investing back into the gas business, to become the regional gas manufacturer and distributor of choice.