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Air Products buys H2-production facility in Texas

By Gerald Ondrey |

0 0 0 Air Products, Inc. (Lehigh Valley, Pa.; www.airproducts.com) has purchased a new steam methane reformer (SMR) hydrogen facility under construction in Corpus Christi, Texas, from MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P. The facility, which will produce over 30 million standard cubic feet per day, will be owned and operated by Air Products and is expected to be on-stream in March 2010. The companies also signed a separate long-term supply agreement whereby Air Products will provide hydrogen and steam to MarkWest.  MarkWest will utilize the products produced by the SMR facility combined with its existing production capabilities to deliver high-purity hydrogen to local refinery customers.
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