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Linde to supply gases for Sadara Chemical venture

April 04/2012

(hydrocarbonprocessing) -- Technology company The Linde Group signed a long-term contract with the Sadara Chemical joint venture in which Linde will supply Sadara with carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen (H2) and ammonia (NH3) at a chemical complex being built by Sadara in Jubail, Saudi Arabia.

The project will be the worlds largest chemical complex ever built in a single phase. The on-site gases supply contract includes a HyCO facility for the production of CO and H2 plus an ammonia plant. Overall, Linde will be investing USD380 million in the project, it said.

Sadara, established in October 2011, is a joint venture developed by Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemical. This contract is an excellent opportunity from several perspectives, said Professor Dr. Aldo Belloni, member of the Linde executive board.

It is Lindes largest on-site petrochemical project in this region, and our first in Jubail. It thus strengthens our position as a global leader in the generation and supply of carbon monoxide for MDI and TDI production plants at integrated chemical hubs, he continued.

The petrochemical industry is expanding rapidly in Saudi Arabia. We expect that this growth will give added momentum to the expansion of our gases and engineering business in the Middle East.

Lindes engineering division will design, deliver and construct the new turnkey gases facilities at Sadaras site in the Jubail 2 petrochemical cluster, the company said.
Author:Anna Larionova
Category:General News
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