Air Liquide pursues development in Middle East


As the Middle East economies continue to grow, the need for industrial gases becomes greater; now, Air Liquide is stepping up to the task of satisfying those needs.

Following the company’s acquisition of Saudi Arabia’s Al Khafrah Industrial Gases Company, which was announced earlier this month, Air Liquide has made further investments in the Middle East.

In Oman, the local subsidiary Air Liquide Sohar Industrial Gases has commissioned a new nitrogen unit to serve the needs of the ORPC Refinery in Muscat, based on a long-term supply agreement.

This third facility in the country will supplement the two units commissioned in 2006 and 2008 in the Industrial Park of Sohar.

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