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    Air Water invests in Taiwan semiconductor gas industry


    Japan-based gas and engineering firm Air Water Inc. (Air Water) has expanded its operations in Taiwan following a USD$2m investment into Hong-Kuang Hi-Tech Co., Ltd (HK), a semiconductor-related gas dealer headquartered in the country.

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    Air Products brings two ASUs on-stream in Asia


    Air Products has brought two new air separation units (ASUs) on-stream to provide ultra-high purity industrial gases to one of world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers in Asia.

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    Air Products announces $900m investment to support the Taiwanese semiconductor market


    Air Products San Fu will invest approximately $900m in a number of state-of-the-art onsite plants in Taiwan to supply ultra-high purity nitrogen, oxygen, argon and hydrogen to one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers.

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    In focus… The electronics market in 2022


    Rob Cockerill looks at the current trends in the electronics sector, future expectations, and what all of this means for the specialty gases business – and helium in particular.

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    BP delivers its first LNG cargo in the Asia-Pacific region


    BP Singapore has delivered its first carbon offset LNG cargo in the Asia-Pacific region to CPC Corporation, the oil and gas major confirmed today (6th September).

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    Qatar Petroleum ink 15-year LNG supply deal with CPC, Taiwan


    A Sales and Purchase Agreement 1.25 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) was signed today, the 9 th of July 2021, by Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, President and CEO, Qatar Petroleum, and Shun-Chin Lee, President and Acting Chairman, CPC. ...

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    Air Liquide celebrates hydrogen milestone in Taiwan


    Air Liquide has completed the first phase of construction on its 25MW hydrogen electrolyser plants located in the Science Parks of Tainan and Hsinchu, Taiwan.

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    Linde starts up new ASU in Taiwan


    Linde today said it has started up a new air separation unit (ASU) and the first of three nitrogen generators in Taiwan, as part of a 15-year contract to supply ultra-high purity industrial gases to a major electronics customer.

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    Air Liquide makes major investment in Taiwan


    Through its majority owned joint-venture Air Liquide Far Eastern, Air Liquide has said that it will build new production capacities in the Science Parks of Tainan and Hsinchu, respectively located in the south and north of Taiwan.

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    ACD expands presence in Asia


    Cryogenic Industries Service Companies (NCS), a functional unit of Nikkiso Cryogenic Industries’ Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group, has entered into a collaboration agreement with Taikkiso of Taiwan.

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    Linde signs new long-term agreement with major electronics customer in Taiwan


    Linde’s joint venture, Linde LienHwa (LLH), will invest approximately $100m to build three new high purity on-site plants under a long-term agreement with a major electronics company in Taiwan, the world’s largest industrial gases group said today.

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    Edwards award recognises SEMI HTFC


    UK-based vacuum manufacturer Edwards presented its 100th Year Environmental Award to SEMI’s High-Tech Facility Committee (HTFC) at a ceremony held last night in conjunction with the SEMICON Taiwan conference. 

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    Plug Power partners with CHEM


    Plug Power has partnered with Chug-Hsin Electric and Machinery Manufacturing Corporation (CHEM), a Taiwanese manufacturer of electric solutions.

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    Diekson to represent Admiral Valve in Taiwan


    Admiral Valve, parent company of CPV Manufacturing, has appointed Diekson Valve and Diekson Industrial Co as its authorised representative in the country of Taiwan.

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    Recycling in ethylene production


    In recent years, the Asian market has seen a rapid increase in polyester production, the manufacture of which depends on the use of ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol in particular. However, the production of these two substances is a very energy-intensive process, which is why the chemical industry is increasingly ...

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    Linde LienHwa launches SPECTRA® EM


    Linde LienHwa (LLH) will debut its SPECTRA® EM line of electronic materials at the SEMICON Taiwan tradeshow in Taipei, Taiwan (5 th  to 7 th  September).

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    LLH invests in two Taiwan facilities


    Linde LienHwa (LLH), a member of The Linde Group, is continuing to invest in local production of electronic special gases (ESGs) to meet the growing demand of Taiwanese and regional customers in the semiconductor and display industries.

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    Regional Markets: Focus on North Pacific Rim


    In 2016, the North Pacific Rim industrial gas business was valued at just under $18bn, and for the first time in history, eclipsed the size of the European market to become the second-largest regional gas business in the world.

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    Taiwan Safety Seminar review


    The International Conference Hall of the National Taipei University of Technology was packed with more than 250 delegates from industrial gas companies, institutions and government departments on 6th September (2016) to listen to seven speakers from the international majors sharing their expertise and experience in the process safety management of ...

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    South East Asia: Home to the new Silicon Valleys?


    The global electronics business continues to grow and evolve, and the traditional home to this evolution has been San Francisco’s Silicon Valley. But with the rapid emergence of the Tiger Economies in South East Asia and the many advantages these markets offer, this tradition is being challenged by a new ...