Air Liquide in Russia – An interview with Dominique Bertoncini


The industrial gas market in Russia is undergoing gradual development. Drivers for growth may come and go as the years pass by, but the unperturbed interest of western businesses remains, keen to invest in tomorrow’s growth.

The Russian gases industry is a scenario which could perhaps be described as ‘fire beneath the ashes’ – ageing and obsolete plants and equipment characterise the country’s gas business, while younger and newer technologies are slowly driving the industry forward.

Eager to be a part of this push forward and ‘capture tomorrow’s growth in emerging economies’ is Air Liquide.

In recent months the company announced that it would be constructing an ASU east of Moscow in the Republic of Tatartstan, in a move which demonstrates a healthy belief in the Russian gases market.

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