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Air Liquide inks Xenon supply contracts with Airbus and Thales

In two separate contracts, worth of Euro 20 mn, Air Liquide will supply high purity xenon to Airbus Defence and Thales Alenia for application in all-electric propulsion of satellites

BS B2B Bureau  |  Paris, France 

Air Liquide has bagged two multi-year contracts, a total worth of Euro 20 million, for the supply of high purity xenon in the all-electric propulsion satellite market with Airbus Defence and Space and Thales Alenia Space. The worldwide demand for telecom satellites is driven by replacement of old satellites and business growth from new services.   Xenon is a very scarce gas on Earth. Air Liquide, one of the global leaders for xenon, uses its proprietary technologies to extract xenon from air and relies on diversified sourcing capabilities to ensure a sustainable supply. Advanced ...

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Air Liquide inks Xenon supply contracts with Airbus and Thales

In two separate contracts, worth of Euro 20 mn, Air Liquide will supply high purity xenon to Airbus Defence and Thales Alenia for application in all-electric propulsion of satellites

In two separate contracts, worth of Euro 20 mn, Air Liquide will supply high purity xenon to Airbus Defence and Thales Alenia for application in all-electric propulsion of satellites Air Liquide has bagged two multi-year contracts, a total worth of Euro 20 million, for the supply of high purity xenon in the all-electric propulsion satellite market with Airbus Defence and Space and Thales Alenia Space. The worldwide demand for telecom satellites is driven by replacement of old satellites and business growth from new services.   Xenon is a very scarce gas on Earth. Air Liquide, one of the global leaders for xenon, uses its proprietary technologies to extract xenon from air and relies on diversified sourcing capabilities to ensure a sustainable supply. Advanced ... image
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Air Liquide inks Xenon supply contracts with Airbus and Thales

In two separate contracts, worth of Euro 20 mn, Air Liquide will supply high purity xenon to Airbus Defence and Thales Alenia for application in all-electric propulsion of satellites

Air Liquide has bagged two multi-year contracts, a total worth of Euro 20 million, for the supply of high purity xenon in the all-electric propulsion satellite market with Airbus Defence and Space and Thales Alenia Space. The worldwide demand for telecom satellites is driven by replacement of old satellites and business growth from new services.   Xenon is a very scarce gas on Earth. Air Liquide, one of the global leaders for xenon, uses its proprietary technologies to extract xenon from air and relies on diversified sourcing capabilities to ensure a sustainable supply. Advanced ...

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