13 March 2013 19:41 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Air Liquide is building a 450 tons/year (408 tonnes/year) carbon dioxide liquefaction plant in California to recover gases from a Calgren Renewable Fuels ethanol plant, the French-based company announced on Wednesday.
Air Liquide said the plant is scheduled to be operational by the end of the year and to serve the food, beverage and manufacturing industries in California's central valley and Los Angeles basin regions.
The company is also expanding its Wilmington carbon dioxide plant to increase capacity and storage.
Air Liquide Industrials US president Mark Lostak said: “Today’s announcements signify Air Liquide’s continued commitment to growth in California and, most importantly, high quality products and service to customers throughout the region.”
Follow Tracy on Twitter
For the latest chemical news, data and analysis that directly impacts your business sign up for a free trial to ICIS news - the breaking online news service for the global chemical industry.
Get the facts and analysis behind the headlines from our market leading weekly magazine: sign up to a free trial to ICIS Chemical Business.
|ICIS news FREE TRIAL|
|Get access to breaking chemical news as it happens.|
|ICIS Global Petrochemical Index (IPEX)|
|ICIS Global Petrochemical Index (IPEX). Download the free tabular data and a chart of the historical index|
Asian Chemical Connections