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Air Liquide Builds Gases Unit to Supply Sibur-Solvay PVC Venture

5:44 AM MDT | October 7, 2010 | Ian Young

Air Liquide will build and operate an air separation plant at Kstovo, Russia to supply industrial gases to RusVinyl, a polyvinyl chloride (PVC) joint venture between Sibur (Moscow) and SolVin (Brussels). The air separation unit will have capacity for more than 350 m.t./day of oxygen and will start up at the end of 2012. It is expected to cost €60 million. The announcement follows the signing by Air Liquide of a long-term agreement to supply RusVinyl with industrial gases. Air Liquide will supply oxygen, nitrogen, and compressed dry air from the air...

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