In Focus…Refrigerant Gases

By Rhea Healy | GasWorld | February 2017 When the freshly-revised fluorinated gas (F-gas) regulation came into force two years ago, it really put the pressure on those in the refrigerant business to switch to more environmentally-friendly alternatives – with its impact being widely felt by those in the sector today. As detailed by the…

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Shifting trends in hydrocarbon markets

By Ashley Madray | Specialty Gas Report | First Quarter 2017 Hydrocarbons in the United States and worldwide remain the most popular form of energy for the developed world. They are attractive because of their efficiency, safety, availability, ease of storage and transportation, etc. As we know, the primary application of hydrocarons is for fuels. The…

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A Change in Supply

Gas Innovations Gets Innovative with Carbon Monoxide By Ashley Madray | Specialty Gas Report | Supplement 6 |Second Quarter 2016 Industrial efficiency and safety continue to require innovations and changes to the way we perform all of our production, supply, transportation, and administration. Technologies that increase our efficiency and make our world safer and more…

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Gas Innovations changes landscape of carbon monoxide market

Specialty gas supplier introduces electrolytic technology to provide new levels of access, affordability of industrial gas HOUSTON (Feb. 3, 2016) – Texas-based Gas Innovations® has unveiled eCOs, a new fuel cell technology that will allow the safe and efficient production of carbon monoxide directly at the site of facilities where the gas is needed. Developed…

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Leading the Charge on Rapidly Emerging Refrigerant Market Growth

CryoGas International | October 2015 | Vol. 53, No. 10 A Special Report from Gas Innovations To support burgeoning hydrocarbon refrigerant markets, Gas Innovations® has expanded its capability to supply refrigerant gases to LNG and FLNG liquefaction plants worldwide. The unprecedented economic success of US shale gas has created seemingly unending ripples for numerous industries…

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Gas Innovations leads charge on rapidly emerging refrigerant market growth

Texas-based hydrocarbon and specialty gas supplier more than doubles ethylene storage capacity to answer domestic, global demand HOUSTON (August 05, 2015) – To support burgeoning hydrocarbon refrigerant markets, Gas Innovations® has expanded its capability to supply refrigerant gases to LNG and FLNG liquefaction plants worldwide. The unprecedented economic success of U.S. shale gas has created…

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What are Ultra High Purity Hydrocarbons?

One Question Begs Another: What Are You Looking For? By Ashley Madray | Specialty Gas Report | Second Quarter 2015 Any discussion of ultra high purity (UHP) grade hydrocarbons must start with a qualifier: since there are multiple industries using these products — for multiple applications — definitions of the “highest grade” are fluid. For…

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Ethylene Pipeline Interruption Project

A large specialty chemical company in Houston Texas was going to have a major feed stock pipeline interruption of Ethylene for 10 days. Options were shut plant down, or find a method of supply to keep the plant operational. The requirement to maintain the plant supply would be to have 432,000 pounds of product available…

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Propylene Extreme Bevel Cutting 18″

Extreme 18” bevel cutting using Gas Innovations PROPYLENE WORKING with the BEST Gas Innovations achieves exceptional results bevel cutting with propylene and their new torch and tips. Customer said “ if they had not had the Gas Innovations team demo their torch with Propylene to cut this 18” bevel they would had to manually remove…

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Portable Natural Gas Transport to the Rescue

Aluminum Fiber Wrapped High Pressure Tubes (Portable Natural Gas Transport) “Natural Gas Supply to a Newly Built Neighborhood:” New neighborhoods being constructed with single family homes. Neighborhood hook up to the utilities natural gas supply line had not yet been completed and it was going to be weeks, if not months away.Families were moving into…

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