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Air Liquide Builds China’s Largest Air Separation Unit

10:15 AM MST | November 28, 2011

Air Liquide will build an air separation unit with capacity for 3,000 m.t./day of oxygen at Maoming, China. It will be the largest such unit in China and will also produce nitrogen and argon. The investment follows a deal concluded between Air Liquide and Sinopec, under which Air Liquide will supply gaseous oxygen and nitrogen to a Sinopec coal-to-hydrogen project and refinery at Maoming. It will also will meet growing demand in the merchant...

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