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    Why this crisis changes our outlook


    Uniper’s Roland Kuchler describes the view from Singapore and why the Covid-19 pandemic should change our view going forward, on so many levels.

  • Art Anderson

    Centralising your functional resources


    The decision of centralisation vs decentralisation of functional resources has been a regular evaluation by small and large businesses for decades. No company is fully centralised or decentralised, instead there are varying degrees of both.

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    New FDA enforcement – Data Integrity


    What do I need to do to protect my gas chromatograph files… before the FDA inspection?

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    Collect cash and carry on


    The bewildering economic shock induced by Covid-19 is causing corporations to appreciate a well-worn adage: cash is king.

  • Design_TILE_EAB_Social John Raquet

    Covid-19 versus oxygen supply


    In the past five days we have seen headlines that oxygen is in short supply across Europe and the US. Unlike the carbon dioxide shortage two years ago, this would, if true, have significantly more consequences and would be a matter of literally life or death!

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    Covid-19 and climate change – the defining challenges of our generation


    There are many actions in place around the world right now to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. The idea is to flatten the curve of the infection rate and limit the impact of the potentially fatal Covid-19 illness that it causes. As with Covid-19, we also need to ...

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    Covid-19’s impact on the North American CO2 industry


    The effects on the carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) industry caused by the Covid-19 outbreak are dramatic, writes gasworld Editorial Advisory Board member Sam A. Rushing.

  • Design_TILE_EAB_Editorial Bill Kroll

    Pandemic and the new playbook for business


    If you asked six people to define ‘culture’ you would get several different answers, especially today. Is it the mission? Or how people dress for work? Or is the values behind the culture?

  • Design_TILE_EAB_Editorial Phil Kornbluth

    Helium: Covid-19 cuts shortage as demand drops


    Global helium markets have been impacted by Covid-19 in several ways, writes Phil Kornbluth as the first instalment of insights and thought leadership from gasworld’s Editorial Advisory Board.

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    Biomethane station excellent news for decarbonisation


    As a huge biomethane refuelling station (Europe’s largest) connects into Cadent’s network, Cadent’s Sustainable Transport Strategy Manager David Jones explains here why it’s such an important step on the road to net zero.

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    Coronavirus: A reminder of the benefits of digitisation


    As businesses and leaders, the time is now to trust, empower and embolden our people, and to unlock and leverage the innovative technologies available to us, writes Rob Cockerill.

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    A message from the editor


    We knew 2020 would be a significant year for our industry, for you. None of us could have foreseen, however, quite what a significant year this would prove to be for all the wrong reasons. At gasworld, we are here and more committed than ever before to supporting you through ...

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    Coronavirus – Questions, caution and new learnings


    There are still a great many questions to be answered with Covid-19, much to be learned about the virus, and arguably more to be learned about its containment. There are understandably questions too for our industry, writes Rob Cockerill.

  • Ariel Avitan - Percepto1

    Autonomous technology can mitigate the business impact of coronavirus


    The coronavirus has exposed the soft underbelly of critical infrastructure and industrial sites worldwide – workforce availability. As more and more companies implement business continuity plans to deal with the outbreak, fewer and fewer employees are able to fully function. 

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    Exciting, intriguing times in helium


    With the launch of gasworld’s Helium Super Summit this October, the scene is set in more ways than one, writes Rob Cockerill. Not only is the scene set in terms of the new normal helium business for post-2021, we now have the stage confirmed for insight, discussion and debate around ...

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    Cause for a new national renewables day?


    Rob Cockerill reflects on two significant developments in decarbonisation that could arguably bring calls for 2nd March to be a National Renewables Day in the UK.

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    Moving to ERP systems


    The use of the term ‘ERP’ (Enterprise Resource Planning) can get some senior executives and business owners a little nervous. Some recall the implementation failures during ERP’s early days, or the lower than expected returns on the investment (ROI) for some of their peers.

  • Doug Iversen_cropped

    Autonomous vehicles, drone deliveries and cost of delivery


    The idea of autonomous vehicles (AV) coming to some measure of practical maturity has been fascinating to observe. Six levels of driving automation have been defined, and are essentially the range of combinations that include: nothing, hands-on, hands-off, eyes-off, mind-off, and steering wheel optional. Some might argue that ‘mind-off’ driving ...

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    Coronavirus likely to impact helium


    The announcement that China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) has declared force majeure due to the impact of coronavirus on its demand for LNG, provides a reminder that helium markets are also likely to feel at least a temporary impact from the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Jennifer Willis-Jones, Fertiliser Week

    The outlook in ammonia


    Another decade is already upon us and those in the ammonia industry are already talking about a gradual recovery in market prices since several major capacity additions in 2017 and 2018.