Industrial Gas Detection News

  • Standards in Metrohm Application Finder

    Regulatory compliance is an indispensable aspect of quality control in nearly all industries. Knowing whether a given analytical method meets the relevant standard is therefore decisive in setting up QC procedures. To facilitate this assessment, Metrohm has added a new filter for standards to the Application Finder on its website. The numerous standards issued by ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • Macrotek to Present Innovative H2S Removal Technology at Global Petroleum Show

    Global air pollution control provider, Macrotek Inc., is set to present its H2S removal technology, SULFCAT®, at the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, Alberta this month. Macrotek will present its SULFCAT technology at the Knowledge Bar in the Clean Technology Zone of the show on June 14th at 1 p.m. SULFCAT efficiently removes H2S from a variety of industrial gas streams while dramatically ...


    By Macrotek Inc.

  • Technology enables collaboration in the Energy industry

    The Energy industry is currently at a cross roads. The combination of a routine fluctuation of price-per barrel, a shifting regulatory environment and the latest discoveries of alternative sources of energy are creating uncertainty for key players. We received validation of this at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Conference & ...


    By EnviroSuite

  • Bigger Gas Option From Siemens

    Siemens has launched a new gas engine with a power output of two MW for power generation applications. The new E-series gas engine includes the SGE-86EM for the 50 Hz market and the SGE-100EM for the 60 Hz market. The 12-cylinder GE-86EM and the SGE-100EM engines provide a broader spectrum of efficient products and solutions for clean, ...

  • GE Announces Clarke Energy as a Jenbacher gas engines distributor for an additional six countries in Africa

    GE Announces Clarke Energy as a Jenbacher Gas Engines Distributor for an Additional Six Countries in Africa GE’s Gas Engine Technology Helps Customers in Africa Address Ongoing Energy Supply and Grid Reliability Concerns With Addition of Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco and Rwanda, Clarke Energy is Now a Distributor of GE’s ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Does coal have a future?

    President Trump took steps to keep his promise to revitalize the coal industry by signing executive orders aimed at reducing the environmental regulatory burden on coal. But is it too little, too late to save coal? Even with the president’s actions, large coal plants in the U.S. are still facing early retirement – not for regulatory reasons, but due to economic factors. Low natural ...

  • Experts Outline Pathway for Generating Up to Ten Terawatts of Power from Sunlight by 2030

    The annual potential of solar energy far exceeds the world's energy consumption, but the goal of using the sun to provide a significant fraction of global electricity demand is far from being realized. Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), their counterparts from similar institutes in Japan and Germany, along with researchers at universities ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • AEREON releases a new and expanded catalogue for standard-design flares and enclosed combustors for the US Upstream and Midstream markets

    AEREON, a single-source supplier of environmentally-compliant gas and vapour combustion, handling and recovery equipment, today announced the release of an expanded catalogue for standard design NSPS Quad0/0a flares and enclosed combustors for the US Upstream and Midstream industries. The new catalogue of standard-design combustion products provides end-users with the lower cost and quick ...


    By AEREON

  • MOVE Systems and ALLCOT develop first ever New York based carbon credit generation project and it is already officially registered

    MOVE Systems International, LLC, a company which delivers safe and clean energy solutions to the mobile food industry, has commenced a joint venture with ALLCOT Group to develop the first ever carbon credit generation project based in New York City. The program is already officially registered with the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) Program, the world’s leading voluntary GHG program.   ...


    By ALLCOT

  • Experts Outline Pathway for Generating Up to Ten Terawatts of Power from Sunlight by 2030

    The annual potential of solar energy far exceeds the world's energy consumption, but the goal of using the sun to provide a significant fraction of global electricity demand is far from being realized. Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), their counterparts from similar institutes in Japan and Germany, along with researchers at universities ...

  • PIDX International Appoints Michael Martens to Membership Committee

    PIDX International, the consortium for global data exchange standardization within the petroleum industry, has appointed Implico managing partner Michael Martens to its Membership Committee. In this role, he will advise oil and gas companies on PIDX communication standards. PIDX (Petroleum Industry Data Exchange) ...


    By Implico Group

  • Notice to attend the annual general meeting of Powercell Sweden

    The leading Nordic fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden AB (publ) summons shareholders to Annual General Meeting May 9, 2017, and presents the annual report for 2016. The shareholders of PowerCell Sweden AB (publ), company registration no. 556759-8353, are hereby given notice to attend the Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday, 9 May 2017 at 3:00 pm in the company’s ...


    By PowerCell Sweden AB

  • iTHERM TMS01 MultiSens Flex Multipoint Thermometer

    By complying with the highest safety standards, it can be customized for various applications. Bendable into a 3D layout, it provides a complete temperature profile just by using one nozzle. The TMS01 is configurable with or without thermowells for optimal response times or mechanical strength/sensors replaceability. Available either with TC/RTD technology or with our iTHERM StrongSens insert. ...


    By Endress Hauser

  • PJM Study: System Reliable Even With Much More Gas, Renewables; Resilience Key To Operational Reliability

    The PJM Interconnection system can remain reliable with the addition of more natural gas and renewable resources, an analysis released recently concludes. However, the report notes that an increased reliance on any one generation type brings resilience risks not accounted for under traditional reliability standards. The report, " ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Wind and Solar dominate a big year for new generating capacity in 2016

    The broad shift in U.S. electricity generating capacity—as coal declines while natural gas and renewable resources rise—has been easy to see in the overall numbers, but a federal analysis has drilled down in the data, offering stark illustrations of what is going on. The percentage of electricity from coal-fired generation declined to 33 percent in 2015 from 52 percent in 1997, as ...

  • Different Types of Industrial Furnaces Available from Thermcraft

    Used to convert an energy source into thermal energy, industrial furnaces are used in a broad range of industries, from oil and gas, to plastics, to the chemical industry. This wide range of industries is a result of the vast applications that industrial heaters can be used for, such as annealing, sintering and material testing. There are many different types of industrial furnaces for this large ...


    By Thermcraft Inc

  • Solar PV sets a record in 2016 and is top choice for new generating capacity

    The U.S. solar market—led by utility-scale projects—set a record in 2016, doubling its previous high and adding more generating capacity than wind or natural gas for the first time ever, according to a new report. A total of 14,762 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) came online in 2016 or 39 percent of all the new generating capacity for the year. In the next five years, the ...

  • A new generation of hydrogen and air generator in 19´´ format

    LNI Swissgas is proud to announce the 2nd generation of his dual generator hydrogen + air on a 19" format: the Sx30802U. This new version has been enhanced in many ways: enclosure, reliability, and safety. It is dedicated, but not only, to field FID devices where high purity gas sources are required for full analytical performances with low background noise and very low ...


    By LNI Swissgas SA

  • MOVE Systems and ALLCOT sign agreement to develop first ever New York based carbon credit generation project

    MOVE Systems International, LLC, a company which delivers safe and clean energy solutions to the mobile food industry, has begun a joint venture with ALLCOT Group to develop the first ever carbon credit generation project based in New York City. The main objective is to replace traditional food carts powered by noisy, pollution spewing gasoline generators with MOVE’s new state of the art ...


    By ALLCOT

  • The Nuclear manufacturing industry gets a big boost

    Over last summer, the New York State Public Service Commission approved $7.6 billion to keep aging power plants in upstate New York running.  The subsidy is part of New York’s proposed Clean Energy Standard (CES).  Before the subsidy approval, nuclear power companies, including Exelon, stressed they could not keep the plants open without government assistance.  Exelon ...


    By R-V Industries, Inc.

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