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Air Liquide Invests $230 Million In Facility Redevelopment At Houston, Texas, Bayport Industrial District Complex

Area Development Online News Desk (05/15/2014)
Air Liquide, a world leader in gases, technologies and services for industry and health, broke ground on major redevelopment project at its complex in the Bayport Industrial District, just east of Houston, Texas.

The firm invested around $230 million in the project, which includes upgrades to its state-of-the-art, energy efficient cogeneration unit to increase production capacity and extend its life by more than 20 years. The facility will have a full capacity of 300 megawatts of electricity and more than 1,300 tonnes of steam per hour.

The project also includes upgrading and expanding the capacity of an air separation unit and additional infrastructure. The major investment will help enable Air Liquide to meet the growing needs of customers throughout the Texas regional basin. Approximately 250 temporary construction jobs have been created for the multi-phased redevelopment project, which is on track to be completed in the next two years.

Michael Graff, Chairman/CEO of American Air Liquide Holdings said, “Today we are celebrating the renewal and growth of our capabilities along the Texas Gulf Coast. This project will better position Air Liquide to serve the growing needs of our key customers in this region, supplying high quality products in a safe, reliable and efficient way. We are proud to make this major investment in Texas’ Bayport Industrial District, and appreciate the continued support of our valued customers, local leaders and neighbors in the community.”

Air Liquide employs more than 5,000 people in the U.S. in over 200 locations. The company offers industrial and medical gases, technologies and related services to customers in energy, industrial, electronics and healthcare markets.

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