Linde's New Production Facility to Serve Saudi Arabia Market

April 2, 2012
Linde will supply carbon monoxide and ammonia at a chemical complex currently being built in Jubail by Sadara, a joint venture between Dow Chemical and Saudi Aramco.

Industrial company Linde said on April 2 that it has signed a contract to supply gases to Sadara Chemical in Saudia Arabia and will invest $380 million in the project.

Linde will supply carbon monoxide and ammonia at a chemical complex currently being built in Jubail by Sadara, a joint venture between Dow Chemical (IW 1000/68) and Saudi Aramco.

Linde said it will build on-site production facilities there which will be ready by 2015.

Copyright Agence France-Presse, 2012

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