Linde has announced that it is expanding its La Porte, Texas facility, located in the US, effectively doubling the facility's merchant liquid production capacity.
Starting up in 2024, the increased capacity will help Linde to meet growing demand from the petrochemicals, clean energy, manufacturing, food and aerospace sectors in the US Gulf Coast. It will also supply Linde's existing Gulf Coast pipeline system, which includes nitrogen and oxygen pipelines extending from the Houston ship channel south to Freeport, Texas, US.
"This investment will further strengthen our robust supply capabilities in the US Gulf Coast, allowing Linde to take advantage of growing demand," said Jeff Barnhard, Vice President South Region, Linde. "This project provides significant productivity benefits by building on the unique infrastructure Linde has already established in the US Gulf Coast."
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/13042022/linde-to-expand-its-la-porte-facility-in-texas/
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