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Air Liquide Opens Gases Plants in Singapore
2:14 PM MDT | June 3, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh
Air Liquide has expanded operations at Jurong Island, Singapore, including the company’s fourth air separation unit (ASU), a world-scale hydrogen production plant, and a 35 km hydrogen pipeline, and they involved a total investment of S$500 million ($405 million). The new ASU has a production capacity of 1200 m.t./day of air gases, oxygen, nitrogen and argon, increasing Air Liquide’s total production capacity by more than 40%; the hydrogen production plant, the largest in Southeast Asia, is capable of producing close to 100,000 nm3/hour of...
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