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Praxair to build second air separation plant at Antwerp, expand pipeline system
June 21, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Praxair will build a second air separation plant, and extend its pipeline system, in the port of Antwerp, the company announced. The new 1,300-m.t./day plant will increase Praxair’s oxygen and nitrogen capacity in the port and expand its business with customers under long-term contracts, including agreements with several leading multinationals. Start-up of the air separation plant is expected in early 2016. The size of the investment was not disclosed. The new plant and extended pipeline system will have the ability to supply gaseous oxygen and nitrogen to...
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