As a result of gradually diminishing helium production capacity, the lack of new helium capacity coming into the market and renewed growth in helium demand, the world is currently experiencing the third shortage of helium since 2006.
Qualitrol has introduced two innovations to enhance the usability of its online Gas Chromatography DGA monitor, TMx.
Gas mixtures with helium are suitable for leak-testing of safety-critical components but helium gas is expensive. Witt’s modern gas technology makes it possible to reduce helium consumption, resulting in the lowering the costs.
The global helium business is never far from the headlines and with the market currently crunched, as a backdrop of growing demand is met by an ever-decreasing capacity on the commercial table, industry strives for more information on the future dynamics in this sector.
LifeGuard Technologies explains the benefits of its ultra-high pressure ETFE hydrogen and helium transfer safety hose to News Journalist Molly Burgess.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a game-changing technology in the medical community, enabling specialist physicians to gather vital information about a patient’s condition in a non-intrusive, radiation-free way.
Italian company SeeQC.EU is collaborating with the University of Naples to establish R&D laboratories at the Monte Sant’Angelo campus, including a cryogenic test lab.
Desert Mountain Energy, and and its US subsidiary Desert Energy Corp., has appointed Robert Rohlfing as Executive Vice-President, Head of Technical Operations, as well as a member of the Board of Directors.
The world’s longest aircraft, fuelled in part by helium (He), is due to go into production this year offering “luxury expeditions” to places existing transport can’t get to.
Desert Mountain Energy Corp. (DME) has completed the acquisition of Kight Gilcrease Sant Unit (KGSU) oil and gas project which it hopes will lead to an expansion of its helium exploration activities.
Just as striking gold can make you rich, supplying helium could be a lucrative business with the noble gas’ rising price.
When it comes to valves, the issue of high tightness to environment is becoming more and more important. Nowhere is this more true than in the case of future gas applications in growing sectors – such as new gas transportation concepts that involve hydrogen, or the use of helium in ...