04 Aug GAS FUTURIST: AN EXPERT GUIDE TO CHEMICALS AND ENERGY SOURCES
Need gas futurists and keynote speakers for energy, chemicals or utilities meetings and events? That’s understandable, given that these are some of the most popular sectors for live and online virtual speaking events. Working in the field of professional speakers, MCs and hosts, we’re often called upon to serve in the role of gas futurists and keynote speakers. To recap, a number of the most common types of gases we’re asked to touch on as part of presentations might be…
- Nitrogen – Used across industries for purging, pressurizing systems, manufacturing processes and as a protective atmosphere.
- Oxygen – Leveraged in metal fabrication, chemical production, healthcare facilities for life support systems and therapeutic use.
- Argon – Per gas futurists and keynote speakers, employed in welding, metal manufacturing, as an insulating gas and for wine preservation.
- Carbon dioxide – Extensively utilized in food and beverage industry for carbonation, freezing, pH control. Also used in fire suppression systems.
- Helium – Most common uses are leak detection, pressurizing liquid fuel rockets, welding, controlled atmospheres.
- Hydrogen – Turned to primarily in oil refining, chemical and electronics manufacturing as well as potential clean fuel.
- Acetylene – A popular fuel gas for metal welding and cutting due to high flame temperature when combined with oxygen.
- Propane – Main uses are heating, cooking, forklift fuel, and portable temporary heat in construction, events etc.
- Compressed air – Deployed broadly across industries for pneumatic equipment, tool operation, aeration, drying, ventilation etc. gas futurists and keynote speakers tell us.
- Specialty gases – Options like chlorine, ammonia, methane used in specific chemical production and purification applications.
Gas futurists and keynote speakers report that the main factors driving gas usage are manufacturing, processing, quality control, safety and energy requirements. Demand varies based on industry sector.