Air Liquide has signed a record 52 new spot gas production contracts for its Industrial Trader business line in 2022.

Regulatory News: Air Liquide (Paris: AI) signed 52 new long-term spot contracts for its Industrial Merchant business line in 2022, following a record number of 48 new contracts in 2021 and continuous progress for more than five years. On-site generation solutions are a competitive and environmentally friendly solution for customers who need a local and … Read more

Air Liquide has signed a record 52 new spot gas production contracts for its Industrial Trader business line in 2022.

Regulatory News: Air Liquide (Paris: AI) signed 52 new long-term spot contracts for its Industrial Merchant business line in 2022, following a record number of 48 new contracts in 2021 and continuous progress for more than five years. On-site generation solutions are a competitive and environmentally friendly solution for customers who need a local and … Read more

US House says businesses ‘fed up’ with Washington, calls for action on permits, immigration, trade

The head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce criticized the federal government on Thursday for what she described as its polarization, overreach and failure to act strategically, as she also called for action in areas such as enabling reforms, immigration and trade. “Business demands better from our government because when it comes to Washington, the … Read more

Air Liquide’s autothermal reforming technology selected for Japan’s first low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia production

Regulatory News: Air Liquide (Paris: AI), through Air Liquide Engineering & Construction, actively uses its full portfolio of innovative technology solutions to support the decarbonisation of its industrial customers. Autothermal reforming (ATR) is one of the newest technologies in use, enabling the efficient production of large-scale low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia when combined with carbon capture … Read more

Is strontium possible in EV batteries?

GARY HANNINGTON In 1901, Thomas Edison was in demand when he patented a nickel-iron rechargeable battery for use in the newly created automobile market. He thought the NiFe (as it is called today) was the best cell he had seen out of the thousands tested. It had a nickel oxide-hydroxide positive plate and an iron … Read more

A bio-solar cell draws electricity from the process of photosynthesis Research and Technology | December 2022

HAIFA, Israel, December 27, 2022 — Researchers at the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) have used a succulent plant to create a living “bio-solar cell” that runs on photosynthesis. The demonstration showed how natural processes occurring in living plants can lead to a new source of green energy. The development has led to the first … Read more

New diagnostic technology to prevent water leaks from heating pipes

Newswise — Imagine boiling water bursting in the middle of the road as you walk down the street. Central heating pipelines deliver hot water at temperatures up to 120 ℃ at constant pressure from a central heating hot water production plant to the point of consumption. When leakage occurs, it can be fatal. The Korean … Read more

Biomass technology is showing tremendous growth

Farmers collect hay bales to be used to generate biomass energy in Mencheng County, Anhui Province, in May. HU WEIGUO/FOR CHINA DAILY Organic waste, including wood, crop by-products and animal excrement, may soon play an important role in facilitating global carbon neutrality as energy sources for heating homes and fueling cars. In Heilongjiang province, State … Read more

Idaho’s technology is changing the outlook for advanced materials development

Newswise — Since 1980, technology transfer has been part of the mission of the US Department of Energy’s national laboratories. But while the concept seems simple—to find ways to move lab-developed innovations into new products and services in private industry—it’s actually quite complex. On their way to market, technologies often reach what’s called the “valley … Read more

US lab achieves fusion milestone, raising hopes for clean energy

WASHINGTON, Dec 13 (Reuters) – U.S. scientists unveiled a breakthrough in fusion power on Tuesday that could help curb climate change if companies can scale the technology to a commercial level in the coming decades. Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California on Dec. 5 for the first time achieved a brief net … Read more