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February 7, 2013

Air Liquide invests €65 million in the Port of Rotterdam

Gerald Ondrey

Rotterdam is the second largest chemical and petrochemical basin in Europe. This industry has maintained its momentum, despite the crisis, across Western Europe, with dynamic players demonstrating sustained demand for industrial gases. In this context, AirLiquide (Paris, France; www.airliquide.com) will invest an additional €65 million in the Rotterdam basin.

Air Liquide has recently signed a long-term contract with Huntsman, a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Under the terms of this agreement, Air Liquide will supply carbon monoxide to both of the MDI plants that Huntsman Polyurethanes operates in the Botlek area of the Port of Rotterdam.

Air Liquide will invest in a new carbon monoxide production unit in the Port of Rotterdam, to be located next to the company’s existing facilities. The plant, which will be commissioned in the first half of 2015, will double Air Liquide’s carbon monoxide production capacity in the basin. This additional carbon monoxide will also help meet new needs of Air Liquide’s customers in the Port.

The plant will be designed and built by Air Liquide’s Engineering and Construction teams, and will incorporate the Group’s latest technologies to ensure the highest levels of energy efficiency, reliability and safety.

 

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