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Air Liquide backs ExxonMobil’s blue hydrogen mega project awaiting FID

Air Liquide will support ExxonMobil’s over 900,000 tonne per year blue hydrogen production project in Baytown, Texas, US.

Under an agreement, hydrogen produced by the Baytown facility will be transported through Air Liquide’s existing pipeline network along the US Gulf Coast in Texas and Louisiana.

The French industrial gas major will also build and operate four large modular air separation units (ASUs) to supply 9,000 tonnes of oxygen and 6,500 tonnes of nitrogen to the facility daily, which it said will cost around $850m.

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