Linde manage gas supply infrastructure Sibur

Linde to manage gas supply infrastructure of Sibur

7:38 AM, 18th June 2013
Linde to manage gas supply infrastructure of Sibur

MUNICH, GERMANY: The Linde Group will be managing the gas supply infrastructure of Sibur at its Dzerzhinsk site in the Nizhny Novgorod region of Russia, also building and operating two new air separation units (ASUs). Both companies signed a long-term contract to this effect. Linde will invest €70 million in the ASUs. The new on-site plants are set to come on stream at the end of 2015.

Linde will assume responsibility for Sibur’s four ASUs in Dzerzhinsk and modernise these plants in order to increase energy efficiency. As part of the next step, Linde’s Engineering Division will build two new ASUs, which – on completion – will be operated by Linde’s Gases Division. They will have a total production capacity of around 30,000 normal cubic metre of gaseous oxygen per hour. The main aim of the new ASUs is to supply the oxygen, nitrogen and compressed air required for Sibur’s local ethylene oxide and glycols plants.

“We are delighted to build further on our long-standing, successful relationship with Sibur through this new project. This on-site deal bears further testimony to the success of our integrated business model. Our customers can rely on us for a one-stop service covering both the delivery of turnkey petrochemical plants and the enabling gas supplies,” said Professor Dr Aldo Belloni, Member of the Executive Board, Linde AG.

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