France’s Air Liquide to implement its technology at Kazakh refinery

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A staff member reaches for a filling cable of an Air Liquide hydrogen filling station at the FC EXPO in Tokyo, Japan.

The agreement provides for construction of a new hydrogen unit at the Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant, as well as for a long-term joint ownership and management of the hydrogen and steam units


On June 21, the Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant (PPCP) entered into an agreement with the Kazakh-French joint venture Air Liquide MunaiTechGazy. PPCP’s Director General Shuhrat Danbay and Air Liquide’s Vice-President Olivier Randet signed the document on behalf of the Kazakh and French parties, respectively.

The agreement provides for construction of a new hydrogen unit at the Pavlodar Petrochemical Plant, as well as for a long-term joint ownership and management of the hydrogen and steam units....


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