Linde expands supply agreement with Celanese


Linde has today (7th Feb) expanded its withstanding agreement with Celanese Corporation and will now begin supplying the chemical and special materials company with carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen.

Focused Celanese’s manufacturing facility in Clear Lake, Texas, the deal will see the delivered CO2 and hydrogen used as an alternative feedstock to produce methanol with lower carbon intensity.

Supplied CO2 will be captured from Linde’s nearby carbon monoxide production facility, with supply expected to begin in the first half of next year (2023).

Already, the industrial gas giant supplies Celanese with oxygen, nitrogen and carbon monoxide.

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