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Air Liquide Expands In Southern Africa
1:45 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Air Liquide says it is investing more than €20 million ($27 million) to expand industrial gases capacity in southern Africa. The company says it is building a liquefier near Durban, South Africa that will more than double capacity there. It will also build a carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery and purification unit near Cape Town as part of plans to double overall CO2 capacity in South Africa over the next two years. Meanwhile, Air Liquide will build two air separation units in Botswana with combined capacity for more than 600 m.t./day of oxygen. The plants will...
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