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Praxair to Build Two Hydrogen Plants in Indiana

2:02 PM MDT | September 8, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Praxair says it will build two hydrogen plants with combined capacity of 200 million standard cu ft/day to supply BP’s Whiting, IN refinery. The use of hydrogen will allow BP to produce low-sulfur gasoline and diesel fuels in the refining process and to upgrade heavy Canadian crude oil to lighter, cleaner-burning fuels, Praxair says. Start up is scheduled for the second half of 2010. Meanwhile, Praxair China says it will build a single-train air separation unit (ASU) at Wuwei, China to supply Anhui HuaYi Chemical, a subsidiary of Shanghai Huayi Group, under...

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