Two New State-of-the-Art Gas-to-Liquids Plants Coming to Jefferson County

From the Herald-Star:
A locally organized industrial development company says it will build two state-of-the-art gas- to-liquids plants on a 500-acre parcel in Saline township.

Hammondsville-based Orin Holdings said the property is “adjacent to the Ohio River.” 
“This parcel of land will be slated for industrial development housing two state-of-the art gas to liquids plants in the Ohio Valley,” the company said in a brief notice posted on its website. 
Jefferson County Port Authority Incentives Manager Evan Scurti Wednesday stressed the project is still in a “very preliminary” stage, but said there’s “great potential.” Prior to posting that notice, Scurti said Orin Holdings had insisted on confidentiality. 
“We’re ready to work with them, to hear what their needs might be as they go through the permitting process,” he said. 
Orin founder Donald Brown said this morning that the site had been chosen after about three years of searching. 
“We’re very pleased to find 500 acres of isolation and are happy to have the privacy the location offers,” he said.
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