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Gases & Instrumentation International Magazine (G&I) is a source of information for the technology and application of bulk and specialty gases. G&I also addresses gases-related instrumentation for measurement, detection and analysis. as well as gas flow measurement and control, vacuum and compressor technology, piping, and welding. It is designed for anyone involved with detection, analysis or delivery of gases from the university research laboratory to the production line. Vertical markets covered include semiconductors, photovoltaics, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical processing, electronics manufacturing, and food and beverage.

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July/August 2014
Continuous Mercury Monitoring Benefits Cement Plants
The challenges faced by mercury monitoring in cement kilns, and how a new continuous mercury monitoring system addresses these issues and provides process operators with an opportunity to improve environmental performance and demonstrate compliance with forthcoming legislation.

July/August 2014
Hydrogen Fluoride: Higher Sensitivity Impurity Analysis
Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) is widely used in manufacturing processes in many major industries throughout the world both in its anhydrous form as well as its aqueous form. Impurity measurement in the production of chemical derivatives, fabrics, polymers, and organic/inorganic compounds used in pharmaceuticals and other chemical formulations is essential.

July/August 2014
Mobile Monitoring of Methane Leakage
It is critical to monitor methane leakage from oil exploration and distribution pipelines for safety, climate-related issues, and profitability. Conventional monitoring technology, which involves collecting discrete air samples, provides neither spatial nor temporal resolution. With the recent advent of portable, laser-based analyzers, it is now possible to make realtime, high-fidelity mobile measurements of greenhouse gases and pollutants.

July/August 2014
Sputtering and the Gases for Sputtering: Remember Krypton and Xenon
There are a large number of parameters that can be used to control sputtering. The choice of noble gas is one of these parameters, but is often overlooked.

July/August 2014
SEMI Working Group Addresses Defectivity, Variability and Reliability
This is the second in a series of articles on the work of the newly formed SEMI (www. Components, Instruments, and Subsystems (SCIS) working group.

July/August 2014
Editorial: Global Warmingó Where Do We Go From Here?
Report after report are being issued showing the detrimental effects on our atmosphere from greenhouse gases. Disbelievers in global warming worldwide are now at the single digit percent level.

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American School of Gas Management Technology

This year, the School is proud to introduce a new educational track that provides the fundamentals for the first time student.   This new curriculum is designed to educate a new generation of industry personnel on various topics from basic measurement principles to design and installation of measurement facilities.  

The School also offers extensive training on NGL (natural gas liquids) measurement.  The NGL track was introduced last year, and continues to a popular program for all measurement personnel.   With increased emphasis on NGL measurement within the new Shale Gas plays, the ASGMT continues to provide innovative training classes for today’s industry.  The new NGL track will include “Fundamentals of Natural Gas Liquids Measurement”, Fundamentals of Volume Measurement by Turbine meter”, Fundamentals of Mass Measurement by Coriolis Meter”, Fundamentals of Densitometers and Pycnometers”, Fundamentals of a Liquid Meter Station Design”, and “Auditing Liquid NGL Facilities”. 

These courses will provide an essential basic background in NGL and Liquid measurement to both those new to the Gas Industry as well as those experienced Gas Technicians who are now becoming acquainted with the increased production of NGL’s in the Shale Play areas.  The school will be held September 22-25, 2014 in Houston, Texas. To register online or for additional information visit


Important Websites to Visit
Buckley Industrial can provide high quality hydrostatic testing facilities to companies worldwide.
OGSI: Manufacturer and marketer of on-site oxygen generators
Resources for those interested in becoming an instrumentation technician.

Special Report

DAS Achieves First Point-of-Use Abatement of Harmful Gases in Wet Bench Semiconductor Processes: G&I exclusive interview with DAS Principals
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September 3-5
TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall

American School of Gas Measurement Technology (ASGMT)
September 22-25, 2014
Houston, Texas USA

October 7-9, 2014
Grenoble, France

Gulf Coast Conference
October 14-15, 2014
Moody Gardens Convention Center
Galveston Texas 77554
October 21-24
Düsseldorf Fairgrounds Hall 9 – 17
Düsseldorf Germany
Power Sri Lanka
September 25-27, 2014
Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre
Colombo, Sri Lanka
November 11-13
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, GA, USA
Azerbaijan & Caspian Sea Oil and Gas Week
November 19-21, 2014
Four Seasons Hotel
Baku, Azerbaijan
December 3-5, 2014
Tpkyo Big Sight
Chiba, Japan
Chem Show
December 10-12, 2014
Javits Convention Center
New York, New York, USA
AHR Expo
January 26-28, 2015
McCormick Place
Chicago, Illinois, USA
February 24-26, 2015
Koeln Messe
Cologne, Germany
March 8-12, 2015
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, Louisana, USA

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