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Air Products to Build World's Largest Hydrogen Pipeline System on the Gulf Coast

9:39 AM MDT | October 13, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

Air Products says it plans to construct a 180-mile long pipeline connecting its existing Louisiana and Texas hydrogen pipeline systems, creating the world’s largest hydrogen plant and pipeline supply network. The integrated pipeline system will unite over 20 hydrogen plants and over 600 miles of pipelines to supply refineries and petrochemical plants with over one billion cubic feet of hydrogen per day. The pipeline network is expected to be operational in mid-2012, Air Products says. “Connecting our Gulf Coast hydrogen plants via this pipeline will...

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