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Air Liquide Inaugurates Gases Complex in Singapore

9:41 AM MDT | June 10, 2011 | Ian Young

Soxal (Singapore), an Air Liquide subsidiary, has held an inauguration ceremony for a previously announced S$500-million investment at Jurong Island, Singapore. The project includes an air separation unit with combined capacity for 1,200 m.t./day of oxygen, nitrogen, and argon that has increased Soxal's overall capacity for those gases by more than 40%. It also includes the largest hydrogen plant in Southeast Asia with a capacity of 100,000 cu meters/hour, as well as a 35-km hydrogen pipeline through Jurong Island, as well as the Jurong Industrial Estate on...

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