Volume 84 Issue 2 | p. 34
Issue Date: January 9, 2006

Cooking With Gas

Air Liquide prepares for a run-up in hydrogen use to improve petroleum-based fuels
Department: Business

Like other industrial gas firms, Air Liquide has been looking toward the day when the now experimental hydrogen-powered fuel-cell cars will revolutionize the auto industry.

And like its competitors, the French industrial gases firm doesn't just envision supplying hydrogen as a transportation fuel for some vague future based on a so-called hydrogen economy. Instead, Air Liquide and its major competitors-Air Products & Chemicals, BOC Group, and Praxair-expect demand for hydrogen to . . .

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