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Arkema and Total inaugurate Lacq gas treatment plant

3:41 AM MST | November 22, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

The gas treatment plant for the Lacq Chemical Cluster 2030 (LCC30) project in southwestern France has been inaugurated by Jean-Marc Ayrault, French prime minister, in the presence of company executives and various officials and stakeholders. Total, Arkema, and Société Béarnaise de Gestion Industrielle (Sobegi)—a subsidiary of Total and GDF-Suez—have invested more than €154 million ($207 million) in the Lacq project, with support from the French government and local communities. The objective is to redevelop the site, in...

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