By Sam Rushing, published in gasworld magazine2019-09-13T14:55:00
The carbon dioxide (CO2) industry predominantly contains the product as a liquid under pressure, making it feasible to package, transport, and market for consumption. Some decades ago, the product was often delivered into high pressure stationary customer storage vessels for merchant use – and the hazardous fallout sometimes resulted in ...
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