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Air Liquide Constructs Industrial Gases Unit in Singapore

3:13 PM MST | December 19, 2011

Air Liquide says its wholly owned subsidiary Soxal (Singapore) will invest about €35 million ($47 million) to expand its industrial gas infrastructure at Jurong Island, Singapore and supply oxygen and nitrogen under a long-term supply agreement to CCD Singapore, a joint venture between Chang Chun Group (Taipei) and Dairen Chemical (Taipei). Air Liquide will supply the gases to new CCD Singapore plants producing allyl alcohol, vinyl acetate monomer, and cumene. An air separation unit will be built and connected to Air Liquide’s pipeline network at Jurong...

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