air products & chemicals inc (APD) Key Developments
Air Products Announces an Agreement to Provide its Proprietary LNG Technology, Equipment, and Process License for Freeport LNG Development
Jun 24 15
Air Products announced an agreement to provide its proprietary LNG technology, equipment, and process license for Freeport LNG Development, L.P.'s Train 3 gas liquefaction and export project. The sale includes Air Products' main cryogenic coil-wound heat exchangers and associated technology, which will be vital in the production of LNG at the facility near Freeport, Texas. Air Products will supply its LNG proprietary AP-C3MR™ liquefaction technology, and its MCR® Main Cryogenic Heat Exchanger will be installed at the heart of the proprietary propane pre-cooled mixed refrigerant liquefaction process. Air Products technology and equipment for Train 3 is scheduled to be onstream in 2019.
Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Announces Opening of Solar-Powered Fuelling Station in India
Jun 18 15
Air Products and Chemicals Inc. has announced the opening of solar-powered renewable fuelling station in India. It is located at the Solar Energy Center near Delhi and part of a project managed by the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE). The project was also implemented by India's University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) and funded by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) of the Government of India.
Air Products to Supply Industrial Gases to New Giga Fab Campus in Korea
Jun 10 15
Air Products announced that it has been awarded a contract to supply industrial bulk gases and bulk specialty gas supply system for a new semiconductor fab in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Air Products will build multiple ultra high-purity nitrogen plants, hydrogen generators and a liquefier to support the facility.
Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Presents at Susquehanna Energy and Industrials Conference, Jun-11-2015
Jun 5 15
Air Products & Chemicals Inc. Presents at Susquehanna Energy and Industrials Conference, Jun-11-2015 . Venue: Le Parker Meridien Hotel, 119 West 56th Street, New York, NY 10019, United States. Speakers: Ken Walck, Manager, Investor Relations, Simon R. Moore, Director of Investor Relations.
Air Products Announces to Launch New Oil-Based Defoamers at Eastern Coatings Show 2015
May 28 15
Air Products announced that it will introduce the latest additions to its innovative portfolio of defoamers Airase 4750V and 4,800 defoamers at the Eastern Coatings Show in Atlantic City, N.J., from June 1, 2015 to June 4, 2015. The company's Airase 4750V and 4,800 oil-based defoamers are effective foam control additives for use in a wide variety of applications, including architectural and industrial coatings, inks, and adhesives. Airase 4750V is a proprietary vegetable oil-based defoamer, whereas Airase 4,800 is a 100% active, mineral oil-based defoamer. Both defoamers are designed for excellent film compatibility with sustained, long-term defoaming performance and are currently available in North America. The company will also highlight its portfolio of DynolTM superwetting surfactants, which provide both low equilibrium and dynamic wetting and are engineered for system compatibility as well as contributing little or no foam. Uniquely, the company is proud to offer four different classes of superwetters, each class with different attributes based on the nature of the superwetting surfactant molecules employed. The Dynol superwetting surfactants are particularly useful in formulations designed to be used in high speed applications or to wet difficult-to-wet surfaces such as plastics, wood, or even oil-contaminated metals. The company also offers a complete line of high performance ZetaSperse dispersants for resin-free and resin-containing systems as well as a variety of performance enhancing additives for dispersion formulation. To better enable formulators in choosing the right dispersant, Air Products has developed the Formulators Assistant ZetaSperse Tool (FAZT), which sets forth product recommendations and dispersion starting point formulations.