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Air Liquide to Build Carbon Dioxide Recovery Unit in Australia
March 25, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh
Air Liquide says it will invest around €10 million to build a carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery unit at Gippsland, Australia. The unit will re-use up to 69,000 m.t. of CO2 from a BassGas natural gas plant and will be commissioned in 2010. The CO2 recovered will be purified, liquefied and recycled for commercial use instead of being directly released into the atmosphere. The Australian market in industrial applications for CO2, mainly fire fighting, wine making, carbonation of soft drinks, food preservation and freezing, cold chain preservation and water...
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