Off-Gas News

  • Researchers Find Leakage Problems with Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilizers

    An investigation of hydrogen peroxide vapor leakage from hydrogen peroxide sterilizers was recently conducted in Japan in response to reports of eye and throat irritation from workers and even chemical indicator color changes before sterilization. The sterilizers included several models of Sterrad sterilizer from Advanced Sterilization Products, treat and the V-Pro1 from ...

    By ChemDAQ, Inc.

  • Black & Veatch PRICO SMR Becomes World’s First Proven FLNG Technology to Achieve Production on a Floating Facility

    The world’s first floating natural gas liquefaction unit (FLNG) has successfully completed performance testing in Nantong, China. With the average liquefaction process load exceeding 100 percent during the 72-hour performance test, the flawless performance of the FLNG ensured all design requirements and production capacities were achieved for the unit’s operational effectiveness. For ...

    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Monthly Market Update - May 2014

    Both near and far term electricity and gas prices moved down over the month of May. On the near term market the UK is has been extremely well supplied with gas, whilst demand has been relatively low. LNG cargos have been heading into the UK throughout the month, adding to an already comfortable supply situation. Further out on the curve prices started the month volatile as the crisis in the ...

    By Inprova Energy

  • Seminar for Swedish Ventilation Association

    Stefan Lindskog, Ozone Tech Systems OTS AB, has a seminar for Swedish Ventilation Association (Svensk Ventilation) in cooperation with Energy & Environmental Technical Association (Energi & Miljötekniska föreningen) Ventilation in commercial kitchens release huge amount ...

    By Ozone Tech Systems OTS AB

  • Crews lose control of gas rig off Louisiana coast

    Crews lost control of a natural gas well being drilled off the Louisiana coast Thursday, but officials said no injuries or pollution have been reported and efforts are underway to stop the flow of gas. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement says most crew members were evacuated from the rig, which was drilling in 262 feet of water ...

    By Associated Press

  • Economic slowdown drives energy prices lower

    Fear of a continuing economic slowdown drove energy prices lower Tuesday morning as hope of a further increase in OPEC production remained. Crude oil for January delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange traded down $1.51 per barrel at $87.80 at 10:30am EST Tuesday as fear of a continuing economic slowdown swept Wall Street, dragging stocks lower. Heating oil futures for January delivery were ...

    By Axcess News

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