Air Liquide signs long-term CO2 supply agreement in Australia


As part of a new long-term supply agreement, Air Liquide will build a new purification and processing facility to supply high-quality carbon dioxide (CO2) to Australian industries.

Announced today (9th March), the news is a result of a new agreement between the industrial gas giant and the Gippsland Basin Joint Venture, a 50-50 joint venture between BHP Petroleum Pty Ltd and Esso Australia Resources Pty Ltd. 

Under the project plans, Air Liquide will build the facility next to the Longford Gas Conditioning Plant which will capture CO2 from its operations and supply it to Air Liquide for purification and re-use.

The purified CO2 will serve Australian businesses in a broad range of industries where quality and reliability of supply are a necessity. Such industries include food, beverage, water treatment, desalination, hospitality, manufacturing and medical.

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