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Appalachian Resins leases land for $1-billion project

4:39 PM MDT | September 1, 2014

Start-up company Appalachian Resins (Houston) is leasing land in Salem Township, OH, for a proposed $1-billion ethylene and polyethylene (PE) production facility. The company has signed a land lease letter of intent with the port authority of Monroe County, OH, for 50 acres of land for the 600-million lb/year project. The Ohio facility will be able to process about 18,000 bbl/day of ethane into ethylene and PE and will tie into the region’s pipeline and storage network, the company says. The company expects its petrochemicals complex to go onstream in early...

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