Air Products secures $130m worth of supply contracts from NASA

Air Products has secured supply contracts worth more than $130m from NASA to provide liquid hydrogen to several facilities.

A public contract, valued at a maximum value of over $57m, was awarded to supply liquid hydrogen to facilities such as the Marshall Space Flight Centre in Huntsville, Alabama and the Stennis Space Centre in Bay St.Louis, Mississippi.

Under a separate public contract, already in effect and worth approximately $75m, the company will supply NASA liquid hydrogen to support operations at the Kennedy Space Centre and nearby Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

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