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Linde Builds Two Air Separation Plants in India

3:09 AM MDT | July 17, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

Linde says it will construct two major air separation units (ASU) at the Kalinganagar industrial complex at Odisha, India, to supply the steel manufacturer Tata Steel. Linde will invest €80 million ($97.4 million) in the project, which follows a recently signed agreement between the two companies. The ASUs form part of a long-term, on-site gases supply contract for a new integrated steelworks that Tata is currently building at Kalinganagar.   Each of the ASUs will be designed to produce 1,200 m.t./day of air gases, including gaseous oxygen, nitrogen and...

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