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Gases Firms Develop Next-Generation Green Products, Plug into CCS

3:03 AM MST | January 20, 2010 | Alex Scott

R&D projects already well underway within many gases firms are set to underpin a range of low-carbon technologies including capture and storage (CCS), algae-to-fuel, and systems enabling the use of hydrogen as a fuel. Not only could this be good for the environment, but gas companies say, it will be good for their bottom line.   “Energy and environment is by far the biggest factor impacting the Linde group and our customers,” says Alan Watkins global head/merchant and packaged gases for Linde Gases.   A significant share of Linde Gases...

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