A Linde employee walks past the company's hydrogen plant in Leuna
An employee of German engineering conglomerate Linde walking past the company's hydrogen plant in Leuna, eastern Germany, 2006. German industrial gas giant Linde said it has signed a contract to supply gases to Sadara Chemical in Saudia Arabia and will invest $380 million (284 million euros) in the project. © Jens Schlueter - AFP/DDP/File
A Linde employee walks past the company's hydrogen plant in Leuna
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Last updated: April 2, 2012

Linde to invest $380 million in Saudi chemicals complex

German industrial gas giant Linde said Monday it has signed a contract to supply gases to Sadara Chemical in Saudia Arabia and will invest $380 million (284 million euros) in the project.

Linde said in a statement it will supply carbon monoxide and ammonia at a chemical complex currently being built in Jubail by Sadara, a joint venture between Dow Chemical and Saudi Aramco.

Linde said it will build on-site production facilities there which will be ready by 2015.

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