|Bid||94.50 x 3700|
|Ask||95.60 x 12000|
|Day's range||106.40 - 108.55|
|52-week range||99.30 - 115.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||23.30|
|Earnings date||15 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y target est||104.37|
Oct.13 -- Benoit Potier, chief executive officer at Air Liquide SA, speaks about future growth, hydrogen cars, acquisitions and impact of U.S. hurricanes, in an exclusive interview with Caroline Connan from the BPI Inno Generation conference in Paris, France.
Increasing the use of hydrogen in power, transport, heat and industry could deliver around one fifth of the total carbon emissions cuts needed to limit global warming to safe levels by mid-century, a report by the Hydrogen Council said on Monday. To encourage industries to use hydrogen, Toyota and Air Liquide helped set up the Hydrogen Council, a global lobby launched in January this year.
Industrial gases firms Air Products and Air Liquide may bid for parts of peers Linde and Praxair that the two groups may be forced to divest in the event of a merger, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reported ...
FRANKFURT/MUNICH, June 1 (Reuters) - The boards of Linde and Praxair voted on Thursday to merge, creating a $73 billion global industrial gases leader in what is likely to be the last in a wave of combinations that has resulted in a highly consolidated market. News of the merger, which will reunite a global Linde group that was split a century ago by World War One, sent Praxair shares in the United States to a record high.
The heads of some of the world's biggest oil firms and automakers agreed on Tuesday to push for broader global use and bigger investments in using hydrogen to help reduce emissions and arrest global warming. The oil firms' and car makers' chiefs said the plan was part of global efforts to keep global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius, an ambitious goal agreed by 195 countries in Paris in 2015. "In this context, we are convinced that the unique contribution that hydrogen solutions offer needs to be strongly reaffirmed now," the participants, including the chiefs of oil firms Total (LSE: 524773.L - news) and Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) , Patrick Pouyanne and Ben van Beurden, said in a statement.