Air Liquide reveals Tatarstan ASU development in Russia


Air Liquide is to build and operate a new air separation unit in the Republic of Tatarstan, located 900km east of Moscow, Russia and with a production capacity of 40 tonnes per day of gaseous oxygen.

Air Liquide is pursuing its development in Russia and gasworld understands that this development in the Special Economic Zone of Alabuga has been in the pipeline for some time, taking over six months to come to fruition.

The ASU will have a production capacity of 40 tonnes per day of gaseous oxygen to supply, by pipeline, its new customer Preiss-Daimler-Tatneft’s fibreglass production unit and around 200 tonnes per day of liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen – to supply customers in the region by road.

Guy Salzgeber, Vice-President of European Industrial Business and member of the Group’s Executive Committee, declared in a statement, “The Russian market presents an attractive growth potential and Air Liquide intends to continue its development in this country.”

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