gas producer

gas producer

[′gas prə‚düs·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A device for complete gasification of coal by utilizing simultaneously the air and water-gas reactions.
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24 November 2017 - Russia-based natural gas producer Pao Novatek (LSE: NVTK) has acquired Russia-based oil and gas producer Severneft-Urengoy from Switzerland-based agrochemical group EuroChem, the company said.
PAO NOVATEK is Russias largest independent gas producer and the second-largest natural gas producer in Russia.
French gas producer La FranA[section sign]aise de l'A[per mille]nergie (PAR: LFDE) has closed the acquisition of Trancor Astra Luxembourg and its operational subsidiary, French gas producer Gazonor SAS (Gazonor) for a purchase price of EUR 19.
Dana Gas, the sixth largest gas producer in Egypt, announced on Sunday that its daily production reached 40,000 barrels of oil per day, an 8% increase compared to the previous year.
TSX VENTURE:COG), an oil and gas company, has signed a Farm-out and Joint Venture Agreement with a senior oil and gas producer on the firm's lands at West Nig in NE British Columbia.
Summary: Energy and Mines Minister Chakib Khelil called Thursday in Buenos Aires (Argentina) for deepening dialogue between gas producer and consumer countries in order to adapt their economy and energy policy with world gas industry expansion objectives.
Dana Gas is proud to be a major gas producer in Egypt, and is firmly committed to expanding its operations and investments in the growing Egyptian natural gas sector," Ahmad Al Arbeed, CEO, said.
BP Plc is the country's largest natural gas producer.
One major gas producer is raffinose, a complex sugar found in vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, asparagus, and some whole grains.
Natural gas producer have clearly been working hard to replace gas produced each year.
Daido Hoxan, the second largest industrial gas producer in Japan, and Kyodo Oxygen, a midsize gas producer, said they anticipate combined sales of 160.
The board of directors of natural gas producer Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) on Wednesday declared a regular dividend of USD0.