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Air Liquide to Build German ASU
11:34 AM MST | November 12, 2007 | Kerri Walsh
Air Liquide says it has decided to invest €60 million ($88 million) to set up a unit for the liquefaction of nitrogen, oxygen, and argon in the Ulm, Germany region. The unit will produce 700 m.t./day of liquefied gases, and is scheduled to start up at the end of 2009, Air Liquide...
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