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Linde awarded major contract in India by Reliance

8:12 AM MDT | April 9, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

Linde says it has been awarded a major contract by Reliance Industries (Mumbai) to build several plants to generate and purify gases at Reliance’s Jamnagar, India, site. Linde's engineering division, under the deal, will supply four large air separation units (ASUs) for the production of gaseous oxygen. Reliance needs massive streams of oxygen for its proposed petroleum coke and coal gasification facilities, Linde says. To treat the synthesis gas generated during this gasification process, Linde will also deliver two Rectisol acid gas removal units. Linde...

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