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Air Liquide to Supply Shell Singapore Plant

2:11 PM MDT | August 8, 2007 | DR

Air Liquide has signed an agreement to supply industrial gases to Shell’s planned Bukom Island, Singapore petrochemical complex. Singapore Oxygen Air Liquide (SOXAL), a 100% subsidiary of Air Liquide, will supply oxygen and nitrogen to the Bukom complex, which will comprise plants producing olefins and ethylene glycol. SOXAL will construct a 1,200-m.t./day air separation unit (ASU) that is expected to be functional by the third quarter of 2009. The unit will be integrated with SOXAL’s five existing ASUs and pipeline network at the nearby Jurong...

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