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Air Liquide builds new carbon dioxide plant, expands production in California
10:54 AM MDT | March 13, 2013 | Lindsay Frost
Air Liquide announced today that it is building a new carbon dioxide (CO2) liquefaction plant in Tulare County, CA. The 450-m.t. facility will capture CO2 gases from Calgren Renewable Fuel’s (Pixley, CA) ethanol plant, which will then be purified and liquefied by Air Liquide for use by customers in the food, beverage, and manufacturing industries in the Central Valley and Los Angeles region. The plant is expected to be operational by the end of this year. Also, the company is expanding its Wilmington, CA, CO2 plant—increasing capacity and storage to...
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