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Air Liquide to build ASUs in Germany, Italy

11:02 AM MDT | June 5, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

Air Liquide (Paris) says it will invest about €120 million ($187 million) to build two air separation units (ASU) in Germany and Italy. The move aims to help meet the growing demand for steel, as industrial gases play a significant role in the steel making process, Air Liquide says. The ASU that will be built at Oberhausen, Germany, will have a capacity of 2,300 m.t./day of oxygen and is expected to be commissioned by 2010, Air Lquide say. This unit will be connected to the company’s 500 km pipeline network in Germany which supplies oxygen and nitrogen...

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