W.Va. officials looking into infrastructure needs to secure Odebrecht cracker

01/20/2014 | Parkersburg News and Sentinel (W.Va.), The

West Virginia state officials are assessing infrastructure needs for Odebrecht's planned petrochemical complex in Wood County that would include an ethane cracker and three polyethylene facilities. These will include pipelines to transport natural gas and related products, according to this article. State help is critical as, "for the first time in 50 years, major chemical producers are looking at making multibillion-dollar investments in West Virginia to capitalize on the Marcellus Shale," said American Chemistry Council President and CEO Cal Dooley.

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