A mixed outlook has prevailed in South East Asia in recent years, as undoubted growth prospects have been visibly tempered by an uncharacteristically volatile economic landscape in China and the many splintered effects of this on global markets such as commodities.
With regular talk of a crunch in the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply chain, it’s perhaps little surprise that 2016 seems to have been dominated by new capacity additions and supply agreements. Here, we take a whistle-stop tour around the world in new or expected CO2 capacity, complete with added insight ...
BG Group and Keppel Offshore Marine have secured the license to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker to vessels in the Port of Singapore, with the first delivery of LNG bunker expected to commence in 2017.
The natural gas world has gathered in Singapore this week to promote LNG as the fuel source of the future that is very much here in the present. Some of the largest names in the energy sector both exhibited and made presentations to a growing audience at the Singapore Expo ...
Since the beginning of 2015, Air Liquide has signed several new long-term contracts with major semiconductor manufacturers in Japan, Singapore and Taiwan – at a value of more than €100m.
A decidedly mixed market is in progress in the Asia-Pacific region, both economically and in terms of industrial gas drivers/applications. The double-digit growth in China has slowed and the outlook in Japan has been varied for some time; yet many emerging economies in the region still enjoy healthy growth.
Singapore was the perfect backdrop to gasworld’s thirteenth industrial gas conference, and second event in South East Asia. Gas professionals gathered, hungry for information on the drivers for growth and the emerging opportunities the region will offer over the next five years.