Posts Tagged ‘Air Liquide’

One Day – One Country: China

China Key Projects and Business Highlights  While the Chinese national oil companies (NOCs) China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC or PetroChina), Sinopec, and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) explore the world to find new oil and gas resources, the foreign companies such as Air Liquide, Basf, Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, Huntsman, Lanxess, Shell, Total, invest in […]

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Air Liquide harvests major contracts in Fujian Province of China

Fujian Shenyuan selects Air Liquide for coal gasification End of May 2013, Fujian Shenyuan New Materials Co. Ltd (Fujian Shenyuan) selected Air Liquide to build, own and operate a production unit of industrial gases for its Lianjiang caprolactam project in the Fujian Province, China. Fujian Shenyuan is one of the […]

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Air Liquide and Lurgi in brief

The world leader in gases for industry Air Liquide was founded in France in 1902 from two scientists and inventors who got the idea to liquefied air to separate the gases and produce oxygen. Today, Air Liquide is operating in 80 countries with 46,200 employees but still focusing on the […]

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Air Liquide expands its footprint in Russia

After Logika, Air Liquide takes over Lentechgas  November 2012, Air Liquide completes the acquisition of Lentechgas, in Saint Petersburg, few months after Logika in Moscow. This decision is part of Air Liquide program to invest $1.3 billion in 10 years in Russia, either for acquisition either for new plants. Air […]

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Air Liquide takes a leap in Russia with new technology

Air Liquide starts up new air separation unit in Tatarstan Air Liquide is pursuing its long-term development in Russia, and starting-up a new Air Separation Unit (ASU) that will produce oxygen and nitrogen in the Special Economic Zone “Alabuga” in the Volga region, Tatarstan. Tatarstan‘s economy is the fifth largest […]

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