Linde Brings New Texas CO2 Plant Online

Dec. 13, 2016
Linde North America starts up new carbon dioxide plant in Fort Worth, Texas.

Linde North America starts up a new carbon dioxide (CO2) plant in Fort Worth, Texas. The 250 ton-per-day plant is supplying CO2 for food and beverage producers, chemical manufactures and a variety of industrial companies in Texas, according to Linde.

The plant is designed to capture CO2 emissions from a by-product source that would otherwise be vented into the atmosphere, according to Linde. Linde purifies and liquefies the CO2 for delivery to customers.

Linde recently announced plans for a new neon recovery unit in La Porte that will reportedly add 40 million liters annually to Linde’s neon supply, primarily to support customers in the semiconductor lithography and laser vision correction markets. The plant is part of a $250 million investment in La Porte for an air separation unit that also includes a gasification train and supporting equipment and facilities, according to Linde.

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