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Air Liquide licenses technology to Petrobras

9:41 PM MDT | October 29, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

Air Liquide says it has licensed its technology to Petrobras for a previously announced gas-to-chemicals complex at Linhares in southeast Brazil. The company will use its own and subsidiary Lurgi’s technology for the largest part of the complex, which will produce synthesis gas, methanol, ammonia, power and steam. Air Liquide will provide basic engineering design and engineering services. The complex will also produce acetic acid, melamine and formic acid.   Petrobras will use the Acetica acetic acid technology, licensed by Chiyoda, and...

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