Air Gases (Argon, Nitrogen, Oxygen)


Preview: Air gases in Europe, with Nippon Gases

2021-04-15T11:31:00+01:00By , Global Managing Editor

Eduardo Gil Elejoste, President of Nippon Gases Europe (NGE), talks air gases as the backbone of the industry, optimism in Europe and the calls to action the region needs to listen to.


Solutions to keep hospitals supplied with oxygen


SYOXSA, Inc. is overcoming challenges to supply hospitals with life-saving oxygen needed to treat coronavirus (Covid-19) patients in the El Paso area of Texas.

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A staple industrial gas business looking beyond the pandemic

2021-02-01T16:14:00+00:00By Maura Garvey

This article comes as we are almost a year into dealing with the global pandemic and the subsequent effect on the US economy and business markets. Like other parts of the industrial gas business, US air gases, the bread and butter of the industrial gas (IG) business, has been impacted ...


The water-energy nexus

2021-02-01T13:11:00+00:00By Tyler Elm

September 2020, water joined precious metals, oil and other commodity futures traded on Wall Street amid fears of scarcity. In October, Chart Industries, Inc., a global manufacturer of engineered equipment for the industrial gas and energy industries, announced its acquisition of the water cleantech company BlueInGreen, LLC., which Chart’s CEO ...

Tank Painting

Emergency services


One of the problems which has put pressure on oxygen availability at hospitals has been frozen vaporisers, and companies like Brio Services have been stepping in with emergency assistance over the last year. Brio also continued with its air separation unit (ASU) and cryogenic tank painting and fireproofing in 2020, ...

KAG Merchant Gas

KAG delivers during pandemic disruption


Q&A with John Frinzi, Executive Vice-President, Kenan Advantage Group’s KAG Merchant Gas

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Ken Thompson: Distributors expand gases-related presence

2021-02-01T12:38:00+00:00By Ken Thompson

In the early 1960s, Union Carbide’s Linde Division, Airco, and National Cylinder Gas began aligning with welding supplies distributors to expand their respective presence in cylinder gases distribution. Each of the major gas producers recognised the logistics costs in serving small end users and responded by establishing networks of independent ...