Access to low-cost shale gas has made the US the most competitive place to build chemical projects in the world, despite higher labor costs and material prices, says Martha Moore of the American Chemistry Council. Moore cautions that factors such as tariffs may increase costs and hurt US competitiveness.
Despite headwinds, US chemicals industry sustained by shale
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