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Air Liquide Builds Carbon Dioxide Recovery Unit in Australia
11:47 AM MDT | April 10, 2009
Air Liquide says it will invest about €10 million ($13.3 million) to build a carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery unit at Gippsland, Australia. The unit will re-use up to 69,000 m.t./year of CO2 from a natural gas plant and will be commissioned in 2010. The recovered CO2 will be purified, liquefied, and recycled for commercial use instead of being directly released into the atmosphere. Australia uses about 200,000 m.t./year of CO2 in applications including fire fighting, wine making, carbonation of soft drinks, food preservation, and water treatment. The...
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