February 1999

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BOC Gases to build carbon dioxide plant BOC Gases plans to start up a 500 tpd CO2 purification and liquefaction facility in El Segundo, California. The BOC plant will capture and recycle raw CO2 fr..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

BOC Gases to build carbon dioxide plant BOC Gases plans to start up a 500 tpd CO2 purification and liquefaction facility in El Segundo, California. The BOC plant will capture and recycle raw CO2 from the Chevron El Segundo refinery as part of a long-term supply agreement. The plant will provide many jobs and is expected to come onstream first-quarter 2000. BOC CO2 plants do not manufacture the raw gas, but capture and recycle it from industrial processes. In a focused effort to expand its global presence in CO2 during the past few years, BOC Gases has installed CO2 plants in China, Thailand, Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela and throughout the U

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