White papers: Air Products
Air Products is a world-leading industrial gases company in operation for 80 years. Focused on serving energy, environment and emerging markets, the Company provides essential industrial gases, related equipment and applications expertise to customers in dozens of industries, including refining, chemical, metals, electronics, manufacturing, and food and beverage.
Air Products is also the global leader in the supply of liquefied natural gas process technology and equipment. The Company develops, engineers, builds, owns and operates some of the world's largest industrial gas projects, including: gasification projects that sustainably convert abundant natural resources into syngas for the production of high-value power, fuels and chemicals; carbon capture projects; and world-scale carbon-free hydrogen projects supporting global transportation and the energy transition.
The Company had fiscal 2020 sales of US$8.9 billion from operations in 50 countries and has a current market capitalisation of about US$60 billion. More than 19 000 passionate, talented and committed employees from diverse backgrounds are driven by Air Products’ higher purpose to create innovative solutions that benefit the environment, enhance sustainability and address the challenges facing customers, communities, and the world. For more information, visit airproducts.com or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook Instagram.
New natural gas liquefaction projects require efficient, low CAPEX nitrogen removal options. This article will describe the steps to select the best nitrogen removal option for an LNG plant.
Published on the 13 April 2022
Read this white paper to learn more about the advantages of gas expansion processes and why these cycles are particularly attractive for arctic applications.
Published on the 01 November 2021
This white paper explores how to find the right combination of LNG subcooling and end-flash.
Published on the 30 June 2021
This white paper discusses advancements in offshore natural gas liquefaction technology.
Published on the 01 March 2021