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Linde restarts two US CO2 plants to support oil and gas industry

8:31 AM MDT | October 16, 2012 | Robert Westervelt

Linde says it has restarted operations at carbon dioxide (CO2) plants in Corpus Christi, TX, and Woodward, OK. The plants serve the Midcontinent and Eagle Ford shale regions, and are designed to support the oil and gas industry’s growing use of CO2 to displace water and enhance well production in completion designs. Linde is the largest CO2 producer in North America. “Linde has brought these plants onstream to supply the surging demand for CO2 in the oil and gas industry,” says Lauren Porambo, strategic product manager, CO2 for Linde North...

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