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EFRC workshop includes green hydrogen segment
Reciprocating compressors topic of Sept. 18-19 event
Green hydrogen, ammonia facility planned for Mexico
Aslan Energy Capital of Singapore touts four-phase project
First gas achieved in Malaysian field
Jerun platform is designed to produce up to 550 million cubic feet of gas per day
Major LNG takeover announced
Honeywell’s billion dollar deal 
U.S. firm expanding into Europe
ANGI makes compression, decanting systems for RNG, CO2 injection
Shell to invest in Ruwais LNG project in Abu Dhabi
Joins BP, Mitsui and TotalEnergies as partners with ADNOC
EIA: Nat Gas price rise will spur coal use
Gas price expected to be up 36% in second half of year, agency says
Shell to start new gas field
Mantee project part of East Coast Marine Area in Trinidad and Tobago
Devon Energy plans Williston acquisition
US$5 billion deal for Grayson Mill Energy
Golar LNG nets 20-year FLNG agreement
Project will establish Argentina as LNG exporter
Bursting at the seams
KB Delta experiencing growth through partnership, expanding markets
The evolution of compressors for making iron & steel
The Cornerstones of Compression series has highlighted many significant products over more than 160 years of continuous progress. This is the first of a series of corollary articles that look back at the industries that drove the invention and technological evolution of compressors that supported their growth and development.
Big leaps for smallest molecule
Raimondo Giavi, vice president of hydrogen at Baker Hughes, shares with COMPRESSORtech2 advancements on hydrogen technology. By Roberta Prandi
Burckhardt, Engie sign renewable energy agreement
Four-year agreement seeks to decarbonize operations across U.S.
Atlas Copco completes two acquisitions
Company adds to compressor portfolio
Service agreement win for Baker Hughes
10-year extension with Woodside Energy
New sensor technology from Baker Hughes
Three new gas, flow and moisure technolgies
Report: Flaring, venting in U.S. hit 18-year low
Decline seen even though natural gas production has increased
Worley wins FEED contract
New compression facility in Australia
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