West Virginia officials will soon get to work on the infrastructure for Brazilian company Odebrecht's proposed petrochemical complex in Wood County. "If they were building in the Gulf Coast, the pipelines and supplies would all be there. We have to figure out a combination that assists them to offset some of those costs," said state Commerce Secretary Keith Burdette. Tax incentives that were originally created to attract a cracker from Shell will be part of future deals with Odebrecht, this article notes.
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