ExxonMobil is preparing to lay the foundation for a $500 million polypropylene expansion in Louisiana that's already generated more than $1 million in tax benefits and funneled $130 million to local contractors. The US Gulf Coast remains an attractive place for investments, despite tariff concerns, and ExxonMobil plans to export most of the capacity created by the 450,000-ton expansion, says executive Travis Fuller.
ExxonMobil's Fuller: US Gulf Coast attractive for chemical investments
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