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Air Liquide sales beat forecasts on higher prices

July 28 (Reuters) - French industrial gases group Air Liquide AIRP.PA on Thursday beat expectations for half-year sales, helped by its core Gas & Services division as well as through higher pricing. The company also confirmed its 2022 outlook. The supplier of gases such as oxygen and hydrogen to factories and hospitals reported half-year sales of 14.2 billion euros ($14.49 billion), slightly ahead of the 14.09 billion euro average analyst forecast in a company-provided consensus.
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Air Liquide confirms 2022 outlook, sales slightly above expectations

July 28 (Reuters) - French industrial gases group Air Liquide AIRP.PA on Thursday beat expectations for half-year sales, while it also reiterated its 2022 guidance. The supplier of gases such as oxygen and hydrogen to factories and hospitals, posted sales of 14.2 billion euros ($14.49 billion) in the half-year, slightly beating the 14.09 billion euro average analyst forecast from a company-provided consensus.
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BASF readies more ammonia production cuts in gas supply crunch

* BASF cut ammonia output in Sept, now reducing it further * Yara's ammonia output across Europe is 27% below capacity * SKW, Ineos say monitoring situation closely By Ludwig Burger FRANKFURT, July 27 (Reuters) - Germany's BASF BASFn.DE , the world's largest chemical company, is cutting ammonia production further due to soaring natural gas prices, it said on Wednesday, with potential ramifications from farming to fizzy drinks.
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BASF considers more ammonia production cuts in gas supply crunch-sources

* BASF cut ammonia output in Sept, could do again - sources * Yara's ammonia output across Europe is 27% below capacity * SKW, Ineos say monitoring situation closely By Ludwig Burger FRANKFURT, July 27 (Reuters) - Germany's BASF, the world's largest chemical company, is considering further cuts to ammonia production due to soaring natural gas prices, two sources familiar with the matter said, with potential ramifications from farming to fizzy drinks.
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Britain tells its food industry to prepare for CO2 price shock

* CO2 prices will rise sharply, minister says * UK pays fertiliser maker CF to reopen plants * Poultry plants would have closed, Britain says * Iceland says 3-week deal will not save Christmas * Poultry industry says turkey production will still fall By Guy Faulconbridge, Kate Holton and James Davey LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Britain warned its food producers on Wednesday to prepare for a 400% rise in carbon dioxide prices after extending emergency state support to avert a shortage of poultry a
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Britain tells its food industry to prepare for CO2 price shock

(Corrects percentage rise to 400%, paragraph 1) * CO2 prices will rise sharply, minister says * UK pays fertiliser maker CF to reopen plants * Poultry plants would have closed, Britain says * Iceland says 3-week deal will not save Christmas * Poultry industry says turkey production will still fall By Guy Faulconbridge, Kate Holton and James Davey LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Britain warned its food producers on Wednesday to prepare for a 400% rise in carbon dioxide prices after extending emergenc
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