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Air Liquide to Supply Gases to Petrochemical Company in Singapore

1:31 AM MST | November 30, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

Air Liquide says its wholly owned subsidiary in Singapore, Soxal, will invest about €35 million ($46.4 million) to expand its industrial gas infrastructure on Jurong Island, Singapore and will supply oxygen and nitrogen under a long-term supply agreement to CCD Singapore, a joint venture between Chang Chun Group (Taipei) and Dairen Chemical (Taipei). Air Liquide will supply three new plants of CCD Singapore producing allyl alcohol, vinyl acetate monomer, and cumene. A new air separation unit (ASU) will be connected to Air Liquide’s pipeline network and...

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