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Praxair to further expand New Mexico nitrogen facilities  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Praxair, Inc. (Danbury, Conn.; www.praxair.com) says it will further expand liquid and gaseous nitrogen supply and storage at the company’s Kirtland, New Mexico, industrial gases facilities over the next two years. The expansion will more than triple its current capacity of liquid nitrogen to over 800 ton/d, including gaseous nitrogen that is being supplied to local pipeline customers under long-term contracts. Demand for pipeline and liquid nitrogen continues to grow as oil and gas operators develop new resources in the San Juan Basin, a low cost producing region, which includes southwestern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico and adjacent areas in Arizona and Utah.  
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