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Canada (CW Insider, August 24)

1:44 PM MDT | August 21, 2009 | Rob Westervelt

Canadian chemical makers are optimistic about long-term opportunities as they look to additional gas supply from the north, which would pass through Alberta, and to the oil sand deposits in the Alberta region as our cover story this week shows. And the Alberta’s government’s push to expand ethane extraction capabilities could provide additional feedstock supply to the petrochemical industry in Alberta. Nova and others are supporting these efforts. North American natural gas and ethane prices have fallen due to lower demand and surplus supply...

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