Russia maims Ukraine’s special gas production as four Chinese gas suppliers expand production
Ukraine’s major neon gas suppliers include Cryoin, Ingas, and Iceblick, whose main production bases are located in Mariupol and Odessa. Read Also: Chinese gas suppliers grow rapidly as Russia’s ban sets in Jinhong Gas was established in 1999, headquartered in Suzhou City, and listed on the Science and Technology Innovation Board in June 2020. In March 2022, Jinhong Gas announced that it will start to deploy the entire helium gas industry chain and start the rare “helium storage” and “helium transport” business in China. On the one hand, the global pandemic has greatly affected the production and transportation of helium. Kemet Gas was established in 1991 and is headquartered in Yueyang City, Hunan Province.
In 2017, Kemet Gas built 25 sets of electronic special gas production units and entered the semiconductor field. On March 18, Kemet Gas planned to raise 1 billion to build a Special Gas Project and Fujian Hydrogen Peroxide Project. Kemet hydrogen peroxide project has a total investment of 520 million yuan ($77. Kemet Gas also claims that its electronic specialty gas products are sending samples in multiple batches and are actively promoting ASML certification. Read Also: Russia bans the export of inert gases such as neon and helium Heyuan Gas origin dates back to 2003 with its headquarters in Yichang City, Hubei Province.
In March this year, Heyuan Gas invested in the establishment of Heyuan New Materials and built an electronic special gas Industrial Development Zone. Heyuan’s announcement states that there is an urgent need for the production technology of fluorine-containing electronic special gases in China. The fluorine-containing electronic special gas produced by this project is a basic material for producing several chips. Founded in 2000, NTU Optoelectronics originated from the national “Seventh Five-Year Plan” scientific and technological project of “High Purity Metal-Organic Compounds (MO Source)” undertaken by Sun Xiangzhen, a professor at Nanjing University. In June this year, NTU Optoelectronics submitted a prospectus for the issuance of convertible corporate bonds to unspecified objects.
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