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Air Liquide to Build Gases Plant in Ukraine

5:10 AM MDT | June 20, 2011 | Ian Young

Air Liquide will build an air separation unit that will supply industrial gases to the Yenakiyevo, Ukraine iron and steel plant of EMZ, a subsidiary of leading steel company Metinvest (Donetsk, Ukraine). The air separation plant will have combined capacity for 1,700 m.t./day of oxygen, nitrogen, and argon and it is due to start operating in mid-2014. It will be designed, built, and operated by Air Liquide and will also supply liquid gases to other industrial customers in Ukraine. Air Liquide will invest about €100 million for the gases project, which will be...

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