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Air Liquide Builds Hydrogen Plant

11:38 AM MDT | July 1, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Air Liquide says it will invest about €160 million ($249 million) to build a hydrogen plant at Rotterdam for completion in 2011. The plant will be able to produce 130,000 cu meters/hour of hydrogen. It will supply, under a long-term contract, a renewable diesel plant that Neste Oil is planning to build (CW, June 23, p. 15). The hydrogen unit will also serve other Air Liquide customers in the region via pipeline. The hydrogen market in the Rotterdam-Antwerp basin is growing about 20%/year, Air Liquide...

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