November 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: Asia-Pacific

  Praxair China has plans to build a new specialty gases facility in Nanjing, China. The plant, scheduled to start up in August 2008, will consist of a specialty gases laboratory, calibration equ..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

  Praxair China has plans to build a new specialty gases facility in Nanjing, China. The plant, scheduled to start up in August 2008, will consist of a specialty gases laboratory, calibration equipment and gas analyzers and high purity cylinder filling operations. Markets served will include the petrochemical, automobile, lighting and pollution control industries as well as numerous laboratories and research centers. In a second phase, the facility will process electronics-grade gases and mixtures to serve the semiconductor industry.   Heurtey Petrochem and Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding have an engineering, procurement and construction contract for ExxonMobil Chemical's

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