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Air Liquide Builds Gases Units in India and Malaysia
12:52 PM MDT | October 20, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Air Liquide says it will invest €45 million ($60.8 million) to build an air separation plant at Panipat, India. The plant will be designed to produce 850 m.t./day of oxygen from July 2009. The investment follows a long-term agreement signed between Air Liquide and IndianOil, under which IndianOil will outsource the oxygen and nitrogen requirements for the company’s Panipat refinery and petrochemical complex, which are under construction. Separately, Air Liquide will invest €30 million to build an air separation plant in Malaysia that will supply...
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