Reliable Sources Still See Good Chance for Ethane Cracker Plant in Ohio Valley

From The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:
He is not sure just when it will happen, but Don Rigby believes the Upper Ohio Valley will someday attract an ethane cracker petrochemical plant.
"The amount of ethane coming out of these wells will eventually lead someone to build a cracker," Rigby, executive director of the Wheeling-based Regional Economic Development Partnership, said Tuesday during the Wheeling Economic Outlook Conference.
Speaking to an audience of economists, bankers and other financial professionals at Oglebay Park during the event held by the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics, Rigby said the most significant challenge in gaining the ethane cracker is the lack of available land.
"On a regular basis, there is someone in here looking," he said.
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