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Airgas to build Texas carbon dioxide plant
8:01 AM MST | February 14, 2013 | Lindsay Frost
Airgas says it is will build a 450-m.t./day liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) plant in Houston. The plant will replace a replace a CO2 plant at Shell's Deer Park, TX, complex that is scheduled to close layer this year. Airgas says that Denbury Resources (Plano, TX) will transport and deliver raw CO2 feedstock for processing to the facility. “The construction of this facility represents Airgas’s commitment to this very important and strategic market,” says Phil Filer, president of Airgas’s carbonic and dry ice units. “With our...
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