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Air Liquide Plans Gases Units in Trinidad and China

1:44 PM MDT | April 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Air Liquide says it will invest more than €40 million ($54 million) to build an air separation unit in Trinidad and Tobago. The plant will be built at Point Lisas and is due to start up in mid-2009. It will have capacity to produce 720 m.t./day of gaseous oxygen and 1,500 m.t./day of gaseous nitrogen. The plant will serve Air Liquide’s existing customers in Trinidad and Tobago, including methanol and ammonia producers, the company says. Separately, Air Liquide has agreed to build two air separation units at Zhangjiagang, China, for about €90...

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