Praxair Inc upgrades air separation liquefaction capabilities in Alberta, Canada

Praxair upgrades air separation plants in Canada

9:38 AM, 23rd January 2014
Praxair Inc upgrading plants across  Grande Prairie, Alberta, Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada

DANBURY, US: Praxair Inc has completed an upgrade to its air separation liquefaction capabilities in Fort Saskatchewan and Prentiss, Alberta, Canada. In addition, Praxair has completed the construction of new carbon dioxide and liquid nitrogen distribution and storage facilities in Grande Prairie, Alberta, and Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada.

“We continue to invest in key infrastructure expansion and upgrades that increase our capacity in the region, further enabling Praxair to reliably serve energy customers throughout Western Canada. Our expanded air separation units, new distribution and storage facilities and additional transportation equipment provide us more flexibility to deliver our products to our customers when and where they need them most,” said Sean Durbin, President, Praxair Canada.

 

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