September 2017

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  • Suppmagazine

    Issue 148 September Supplement 2017


    In this exclusive supplement, we aim to put the spotlight on these green credentials and explore – if not demonstrate – the often pioneering role that industrial gas and equipment companies are actively playing in the adoption of a cleaner, greener, more sustainable (and still profitable) world.

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    Norway may get the world’s first hydrogen-powered cruise ship


    Viking Cruises is working on a project for what could become the world’s first cruise ship with zero-emission technology.

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    NitraLife’s nitrogen tyre inflation


    Nitrogen (N2) tyre inflation has over the years become well-known, and is no longer the sole preserve of specialist tyre users such as the international motorsport or commercial aviation sectors. In fact, it is even conveniently available today on the forecourts of many petrol stations in South

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    Helium added to the EU Critical Raw Materials List


    To help ensure the “secure, sustainable and affordable supply” of Helium (He) for the European Union (EU) manufacturing industry, the EU has added it to its Critical Raw Material List.

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    Air Products SA and Unique Welding Alloys celebrate ten years


    Air Products South Africa and Unique Welding Alloys are celebrating a successful partnership that has grown and strengthened over the last ten years.

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    ITM Power £29.4m share placing


    ITM Power has announced its intention to raise £29.4m via a firm placing and open offer to support the delivery of its contract backlog and opportunity pipeline.

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    Logan Energy welcomes Spanish delegation


    Edinburgh-based hydrogen (H2) specialist Logan Energy welcomed a delegation from Spain to showcase its technology operating at the Levenmouth Community Energy Project.

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    Shanghai reveals plans for fuel cell vehicles


    Shanghai is planning to build five to 10 hydrogen (H2) stations and produce 3,000 fuel cell electric vehicles by 2020 as part of its Fuel Cell Vehicle Development Plan.

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    MagneGas signs LOI to acquire industrial gas distributor


    MagneGas Corporation has entered into a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire an as-yet-unnamed independent industrial gas and welding supply business based in San Diego for $750,000.

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    Air Products hires Naji Skaf as new Middle East VP


    Air Products has hired Naji Skaf as its new Vice-President and Managing Director of its Industrial Gases business in the Middle East, Egypt and Turkey.