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Desert Mountain Energy (DME) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the city of Flagstaff for mutual cooperation and strategic development of helium and hydrocarbon resources in the greater Flagstaff region and Coconino County, Arizona.
Stabilis Energy, Inc. plans to take its small-scale liquefied natural gas (ssLNG) to a bigger scale this year after the creation of a new production and distribution company.
Luxfer-GTM Technologies is well placed for the hydrogen revolution at its Berkeley headquarters and its portable products – an alternative to six and 12 steel cylinder bundles – are proving popular around California while also providing a solution, of sorts, to a driver shortage, writes Nick Parkinson.
Every six months, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) does a survey of the chemical industry. Resident economist Paul Hodges, Chairman of International eChem, and Bill Carroll of Carroll Applied Sciences, recently presented their semi-annual look at the factors impacting global markets, with a focus on chemicals, writes Agnes H. Baker. ...
Fleet management, driver shortage, popular delivery systems and business reorganizations are all covered in this transportation issue. Also affecting manufacturers of bulk gas tanks, as well as other products like cylinders, are the steel tariffs.